Cordell, Neher & Company may be focused on preparing their clients 2017 federal income tax returns right now, but with the most significant changes to the tax code in over 30 years having been recently signed into law, there is plenty to consider for 2018 tax planning already. Recommended strategies for 2018 can change with income levels and business entity structures.
Everyone is affected, but to varying degrees. In an hour, Tim Dilley, CPA will cover the individual and business highlights of the new tax law for 2018 and answer several questions including:
Who should attend? Although anyone is welcome these sessions are designed for financial managers, controllers, CFOs, management, small business owners, bookkeepers, and others responsible for the tax compliance and planning for your business.
- Is the higher standard deduction good for me? Can I still itemize?
- How does the new 20% pass through deduction work? Do I qualify?
- Am I still required to buy health insurance?
- Can I simply expense all my business assets that I purchase now?
Learn more about Tim and Cordell, Neher & Co. PLLC: www.cnccpa.com