2020 Tax Update – November 16th -17th
Via Zoom – 8:30am – 4:30pm each day
Combining the real-life experience of working with numerous CPA firms and tax professionals around the country with comprehensive easy-to-read materials containing pertinent examples and illustrations, this powerful course will provide you with the most recent and up-to-date tax changes. You’ll receive answers to all your tax questions in an accessible PDF manual covering all the latest federal legislative issues with hyperlinks to the source documents cited in the text should you desire additional detailed information on any item. This course covers all the bases: recent tax changes (PPP and COVID-19 tax issues) preparing business entity tax returns, IRS audit issues, employment taxes and fringe benefits, as well as a myriad of common consulting issues business entities encounter on a regular basis. Individual tax update topics will also be covered.
Bradley Burnett is a practicing attorney with 30+ years of tax experience. He has delivered more than 3,000 presentations on US tax law throughout the country and abroad. Brad has authored texts for 35 different CPE courses. His seminar style delivers the subject matter in a briskly paced, enthusiastic and witty fashion. Brad’s forte is candid communication of practical ideas relating to tax law. Brad has been top-rated and has received the Illinois Society of CPA’s Instructor Excellence Award. In addition to presenting CPE, he has also served as an adjunct professor in graduate-level legal courses. Brad earned his accounting and law degrees and then received a Master of Laws in taxation degree from the University of Denver School of Law Program.
CPE totaling 16 hours in tax will be provided via the group internet-based delivery method. The program level is update, and there are no prerequisites or advanced preparation required. This class is designed for practitioners at smaller sized firms and topics will be covered within that scope. Digital materials will be emailed several days in advance. Attendees should print their own copy if desired. If you have specific federal tax topics you would like to see addressed, please email them to us and we will request coverage from the speaker in advance.