Williams Parker Attorneys Present on New Tax Laws to FICPA Gulf Coast
July 9, 2018
A group of Williams Parker attorneys discussed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act at a recent Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA) seminar in Sarasota. Specific topics discussed include the following:
- Shouldering Carried Interests Under New IRC Section 1061 presented by E. John Wagner, II;
- New Deduction for Pass-Through Entities IRC § 199A presented by Michael J. Wilson;
- Business Tax Changes Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act presented by Jamie E. Koepsel;
- Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Estate Planning Update presented by Daniel L. Tullidge;
- Life Cycle of a Federal Tax Controversy presented by Nicholas A. Gard; and
- International Concepts of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act co-presented by Mr. Gard and Mr. Koepsel.
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