Seminars
BREAKFAST BITES: TAX LAW
The (Dreaded) Proposed 2704 Regulations

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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 18, 2017
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 issues such as the new partnership audit rules and the changes in Michigan’s flow-through entity withholding rules. Year-end tax legislation will also be covered.  
 
Session 2:
Tax Controversy: Tax Audits, Appeals and Litigation
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Evan H. Kaploe
Wednesday
May 24, 2017
8:00 am - 9:30 am
This session will focus on tips and tricks to navigate your client through a tax audit, appeal and tax court litigation. Whether the taxpayer is in examination or collection, we will discuss important topics such as drafting a protest letter, preparing for examination, settlement and closing documents, and jurisdictional issues. We will also delve into the practice and procedure both administratively and judicially so that you can efficiently represent your client before and against the IRS with confidence.

Session 3:
The (Dreaded) Proposed 2704 Regulations
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Geoffrey N. Taylor
Wednesday
September 13, 2017
8:00 am - 9:30 am
A classic gift and estate tax reduction strategy involves using marketability and minority interest discounts when valuing interests in closely-held entities. Proposed regulations threaten the viability of that strategy in the context of family-owned entities. This session will examine recent developments in this area.
 
 
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