Hear an update on all areas of taxation at this popular one-day event. Together with industry experts, explore the latest in state and federal tax legislation.
Don't miss this timely update before the chaos of tax season ensues!
Earn 6 CPE credits in Taxation.
Registration, Breakfast and Exhibitors
Welcoming Remarks and Announcements
Everything You Need to Know About 1031 Exchanges
Mary Cunningham, CES - Chicago Deferred Exchange Company
Miriam Golden - Chicago Deferred Exchange Company
Jeffrey H. Schechter, Esq. - Cole Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard, P.A.
An exchange of property, like a sale, generally results in the current recognition of gain or loss. Section 1031(a) provides an exception to this general rule. Find out how to defer gain under IRC Section 1031.
Identity Theft, PTIN Tracking
Robert Glantz - Internal Revenue Service
Criminals are increasingly targeting tax professionals - not only to steal client data - but also to steal the professionals' data such as PTINs, EFINs or e-Service passwords. Find out how to protect yourself and your clients.
Entity Classifications and Nexus Issues
Barry H. Horowitz, CPA & Stephen Basiaga - WithumSmith+Brown
Whether it is even possible to convert an existing business to a new form of entity requires an enabling statute and creditor cooperation. Does the reorganization make economic sense? Do the tax and non-tax advantages outweigh their conversion costs? Find out how to answer these questions.
New Employment Regs
Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss, Esq. - Porzio Bromberg & Newman, P.C.
For most employers, the greatest business expense is employee salaries. Layoffs, reduction in force, and even re-categorizing employees into lower paying positions are common means to reduce overall salary expenses. However, employers should be warned that if the employee is a H-1B employee, re-categorizing may not be an option. Learn more during this session.
Early birds save $25, late fee applied after 11/17.
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Center for Food Action
The Bergen Chapter of the NJCPA will hold a food drive for the Bergen County Center for Food Action at the Annual Tax Seminar. Please bring a non-perishable food item for donation. Your participation is greatly appreciated.