Don’t forget!: Volume discounts for the Advanced Tax Institute Conference Series are available at the Conference Landing Page
Designed for CPAs with an interest in business law, ATI is four days of programming covering the new tax laws, rules and regulations, with each day having a specific focus – including the latest real estate and partnerships issues. Multi-day discounts are available. See Agenda Below:
Martin’s West, 6817 Dogwood Rd Baltimore, MD 21244-2608
Speaker: Stef Tucker – Venable LLP
This presentation will highlight 2018 changes in Regulations, IRS Revenue Procedures and Rulings, Chief Counsel Advice and Technical Advice Memoranda, and Court cases.
Speaker: Douglas T. Coats – Gordon Feinblatt
Exploring Opportunities with Opportunity Zones – Understanding the benefits of new Internal Revenue Code Section 1400Z.
Speaker: Evan Migdail – DLA Piper
The program will consider the likelihood of expected future guidance as well as the issue of whether Congress is likely to enact technical and other substantive corrections to tax reform in a lame duck session of Congress. The program will end with speculation as to the impact of the mid-term elections on tax policy in 2019.
Speakers: Stephen Owen and Richard Levine – DLA Piper
This session will cover creative real estate deal structures related to transactions involving the formation of joint ventures with appreciated property or built-in loss property, contributions by non-owners (government subsidies, grants, TIFs) recapitalizations, book-ups, book-downs preserving negative capital accounts; conversion of debt into equity and similar tax driven transactional planning.
Speakers: Brian O’Connor and Norman Lencz – Venable, LLP
This presentation will highlight areas where the December 2017 tax laws change the tax environment. The program includes discussion of strategic action points to enhance deductions like the qualified business income deduction and help reduce tax clients’ tax liabilities.
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