Recent tax code changes have impacted numerous tax incentives, including Cost Segregation, R&D tax credits, 179D deductions, and 45L tax credits. The budget bill passed in December of 2019 extended a number of incentives for energy efficiency, and the CARES Act revised the Qualified Improvement Property rules retroactively to 2018. Join Heidi Henderson to learn how each of these areas may benefit your clients by reducing their tax liability and increasing cash flow. Heidi will also discuss how business owners can generate additional cash flow during the COVID-19 shutdown by utilizing the 5 year carry-back for NOL's.
- Recognize how various tax incentives have each been impacted by recent tax code changes
- Identify how changes to tax incentives might benefit your clients' tax planning strategies
- Identify the impact to cash flow resulting from employing various tax strategies and utilizing NOL carry-backs
- Basic understanding of tax incentives
Who Should Attend
CPAs whose clients can benefit from utilizing tax incentives in their tax planning.
- Executive Vice President
- Engineered Tax Services
I am a Tax Consultant and Real Estate Investor, who advises clients on the application of Tax Efficiencies relating to their investments both directly and indirectly. My education is in Accounting but my entrepreneurial spirit has led me through many business ventures. But I love finding money for people who didn't know it was there! Cost Segregation, 179D deduction, 45L credits, R&D tax credits, Historical Tax Credits, Conservation Easements, Opportunity Zones, Alternative Investments, and Captive Insurance are a few tools we can help you with.
As the Executive Vice President and Board Member of Engineered Tax Services I help plan for growth and operational improvements internally, while working externally with investment min... Read more
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Thursday, August 13, 2020
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