Seminars
BREAKFAST BITES: TAX LAW

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Educational Series
Maddin Hauser’s educational series, Breakfast Bites, will cover numerous topics.

Please review the agenda and sign up for the sessions you would like to attend using the form at the bottom of this page.

Location:
The sessions will be held at Maddin Hauser's offices, located at 28400 Northwestern Hwy, 2nd Floor,
Southfield, MI 48034. Click for map.

Complimentary continental breakfast will be provided.

Agenda:  
Session 1:
Roundup of Recent Tax Developments  
 
Session qualifies for 1.5 CPE credits for CPAs   
Presented By:
William E. Sigler
Wednesday
January 15, 2020
7:30 am - 9:30 am
As tax season is upon us, a refresher on important recent tax developments will help address issues that arise in counseling clients and assisting them with filing their tax returns. This session will cover both State and Federal tax developments, including developments with respect to the QBI safe harbor for rental real estate and other developments under TCJA.
 
Session 2:
Back from the Dead – New Rules for Health Reimbursement Accounts
 
Session pending 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Marc S. Wise
Wednesday
February 12, 2020
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Major regulations issued by the IRS/DOL/HHS provide new opportunities to provide health care coverage to some or all employees of a company. We will discuss the compliance requirements of the new regulations and how small and large businesses can benefit using health reimbursement accounts.

Session 3:
Stay Classy: The Tax Consequences of Worker Classification
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Kevin M. Henry
Wednesday
May 20, 2020
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Uber…Lyft…Postmates. These are some of the biggest players in today’s “gig” economy, where workers are engaged in flexible arrangements where they set their own hours, supply their own rides, and pay their own taxes. This session will cover the basics of worker classification for tax purposes, as well as the consequences of misclassification, and will conclude with a discussion about the latest developments in worker classification cases, especially as they relate to workers in the “gig” economy.

Session 4:
Trust Accounting for Accountants
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Geoffrey N. Taylor
Wednesday
September 16, 2020
8:00 am - 9:30 am
One of a trustee’s fundamental duties is to keep beneficiaries reasonably informed of the administration of the trust. The trustee can fulfill this obligation in large part by preparing and providing beneficiaries with trust accountings. We will discuss the what, when, and to whom of trust accountings.