2020 Federal Tax Updates Webinar
Individual Practitioners Training
November 13, 2020 | 10:00a - 7:00p ET
Tony Nitti will discuss the latest federal tax updates, legislation passed in 2020 and the election results and the impact to federal tax.
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10:00a - 7:00p ET
CPE Credit: 8.0
Field of Study: Taxes
Meeting Type: Group Live Presented Online Due to COVID-19
Level of Knowledge: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of tax law.
Advance Preparation: None
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Highly Specialized Tax Training
CPA Firms and Businesses Host Tony Nitti for Training
Nitti is an in-demand speaker on a wide variety of tax issues for
audiences across the country, and is routinely featured at national
conferences including AICPA’s National Accounting and Tax Conference,
Sophisticated Tax Planning Conference, Forensic Accounting and Valuation
Conference and AICPA Engage.
Since the passage of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, Nitti has been highly sought after to present and train
on specific provisions, including Section 199A.
Tony is available to train your team on any aspect of the tax code and law, including the many provisions of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.
Tony's training sessions are highly customized (2-hour, 4-hour or full day training). Available classes include:
- Annual Tax Update – 8 hours
- The S Corporation Life-Cycle – 8 hours
- Introduction to Consolidated Returns – 8 hours
- S Corporation Basis and Distribution Ordering Rules – 2 hours
- S Corporation Built-In Gains
- Real Estate Professionals – 2 hours
- Section 199A – 2 to 3 hours
- Introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions – 2 hours
- Section 338(h)(10) Acquisitions – 2 hours
- Section 754 Adjustments – 2 hours
- Section 351: Transfers to Controlled Corporations – 2 hours
For more information, questions or to schedule your firm's training, please contact Cecelia Heslin at email@example.com.
Tony Nitti as featured on Forbes:
This past Friday, the federal government rolled out its Paycheck
Protection Program (PPP), which was designed by the recently-enacted
CARES Act as a way to get $350 billion into the hands of small business
Congress has agreed in principle to a $2 trillion relief package. What tax benefits does it offer individuals and businesses?
The Senate and House have both proposed bills that would provide immediate cash payments to most adult Americans. The amounts of the payments, however, differ greatly.
Section 139 was designed for times like these; it allows an employer to make tax-free payments to employees to cover certain COVID-19 related expenses.
The CARES Act would attempt to put money in the pocket of most Americans. But how would it work?