Seminars
BREAKFAST BITES: TAX LAW: Roundup of Recent Tax Developments


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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 16, 2019
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 Tax Reform.   
 
Session 2:
Basics of Section 199A--Deduction for Qualified Business Income  
 
Session pending 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Stuart M. Bordman
Wednesday
February 13, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
This session will cover the Basics of Section 199A – Deduction for Qualified Business Income, including Explanations of Qualified Business Income, Specified Service Businesses, Qualified Trades or Businesses and Qualified Property.

Session 3:
The State of Health Care in 2019
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Marc S. Wise
Wednesday
May 15, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
A discussion of the new rules for Association Health Plans will take place so that employers can be aware of potential problems and liabilities. We will also discuss the financing options for health care plans, including a discussion on the latest rules for wellness benefits.

Session 4:
Estate Planning in a (Sky) High Exemption Environment
 
Session qualifies for 1 CPE credit for CPAs
Presented By:
Geoffrey N. Taylor
Wednesday
September 18, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
With the federal estate tax exemption at a mighty $11,180,000 and climbing, the estate planning landscape has shifted away from estate tax deferral and avoidance. At a minimum, existing plans need to be reviewed for appropriateness, even if the plan cannot (apparently) be modified. This session will examine the changing approach to estate planning as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and analyze options for revocable and irrevocable trusts.