52nd CHESAPEAKE TAX CONFERENCE

Description

Every year, the Chesapeake Tax Conference offers tax CPAs a robust look at the new changes and issues affecting tax accounting. The event features topics related to federal and state taxation, as well as specialty topics.

 

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Provider
Maryland Association of CPAs
Course Level
Overview
Professional Area of Focus
Tax
CPE Field of Study
TBD
Prerequisites

None

Advanced Preparation

None

Location
LIVE- ONLINE WEBCAST
Sponsors
Event Information
When
September 21 - 22, 2021
8:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
Location
LIVE- ONLINE WEBCAST
Total CPE Credits
16
Format
Live Webcast

Agenda

Day 1

09/21/2021
8:00 am
Chesapeake Tax Conference - Virtual Day One
8:00 am
Tax Update
David De Jong, LL.M, ABV, CVA
10:00 am
Break
10:15 am
Non-Qualified Incentive Plans, Treatment and Taxation
Andrew Milne

Nonqualified Deferred Compensation (NQDC) Plans provide adaptable solutions to incentivize and retain key personnel. This presentation will discuss different kinds of NQDC plans that can be used by different business entities, and the tax treatment of payouts under those plans for both the sponsoring business and the plan beneficiaries. We will cover salary / bonus deferral plans, and incentive plans using equity grants (such as stock options and restricted stock), and “pseudo-equity” (such as phantom stock, stock appreciation rights, and profits interests).

11:45 am
Lunch Break
12:45 pm
State Tax Update

Join Steve Bell and Jarryd Ritter from Grant Thornton’s State and Local Tax practice to discuss recent state tax developments, trends, and legislative updates.

2:00 pm
Break
2:10 pm
Alphabet Soup of Trusts
Richard Chisholm
3:30 pm
Handling IRS Examinations of Individuals and Small Business Taxpayers
Justin Hughes, CPA, JD, LLM

Day 2

09/22/2021
8:00 am
Chesapeake Tax Conference - Virtual Day Two
8:00 am
Distressed Businesses
Augie Curtis

Democrats have a potential opportunity to make trillions of dollars in tax changes in the coming months. In this session, we’ll cover the latest tax legislative developments, describing the outlook for enactment (or potential enactment itself), and detail how the proposals could affect individual and business taxpayers.

 

9:15 am
Tax Legislative Update
Dustin Stamper

Democrats have a potential opportunity to make trillions of dollars in tax changes in the coming months. In this session, we’ll cover the latest tax legislative developments, describing the outlook for enactment (or potential enactment itself), and detail how the proposals could affect individual and business taxpayers.

10:45 am
2021 Complete Guide to Depreciation, Amortization & Transfers of Property - Issues, Answers & Planning Strategies
John Connors

A business now has an even greater deal of latitude to either write off the cost of numerous (especially real estate, including “qualified improvement property”) assets immediately, or at the other extreme, capitalize them and choose to take a relatively slow method of depreciate (e.g., S/L over the asset’s mid-point, or ADS)1 and foregoing the instant deductions afforded repairs, de minimis expenditures, Sec. 179 expensing or bonus depreciation. Furthermore, the TCJA includes Code Sec. 461(l), which along with the at-risk basis and PAL rules, limits “excess business deductions” to $250,000/500,000 starting in 2021. This guide presents a comprehensive analysis of the latest provisions dealing with asset write-off, cost segregation studies, and other key issues impacting clients.

12:00 pm
Lunch break
1:00 pm
Sale of a Business
David Hotes
2:30 pm
Break
2:45 pm
Economic Update
Daraius Irani

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