The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“TCJA”) generates significant changes, opportunities and costs for all businesses. With these changes comes the need to stop and evaluate which kind of entity (i.e., partnership, S corporation, C corporation) is right for your business.
Is a pass-through entity still the right choice? Should your company convert to a C corporation? What about combining related business activities that are currently operating in separate entities – or separating activities that are currently operating within one entity? Does the double tax on C corporation distributions still matter?
This webinar will summarize many of the new law tax provisions discussed in previous webinars with a focus toward how these and other provisions may influence your choice of business entity.
There is no simple questionnaire or obvious answer when evaluating the entity form to operate your business. The choice of entity is an important conversation to hold with your tax advisor.
Participants will be able to:
Barry Weins, CPA | Director, Tax Services | Cherry Bekaert LLP
Michael Elliot, CPA | Director, Tax Services | Cherry Bekaert LLP
Sarah McGregor, CPA | Director, Tax Services | Cherry Bekaert LLP
1 Hour of CPE* at No Charge!
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Who Should Attend
This webinar is presented with a focus for all business entities, their owners and management.
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Prerequisites | None
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