Planning for Year-End Deadlines & Looking Ahead to 2019
December 7, 2018
SC&H Group hosted a Year-End Tax Planning Webinar to take a deeper dive into the following information. Listen to the webinar to learn more about how to prepare for year-end deadlines and the outlook for 2019 tax strategies.
As we near the end of 2018, and reflect on this time last year, everyone watched and waited wondering what the impact would be from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Understandably, many are still not certain about the key decisions that should be made between now and the end of the year that will impact their tax position. As the IRS continues to release new guidance and proposed regulations, what year-end tax planning opportunities should you keep in mind for you and your business?
SC&H Group’s tax professionals hosted a Year-End Tax Planning Webinar to take a deeper dive into strategies on how to manage your tax position in the new environment.
Listen to the recordings below to learn more about how to prepare for year-end deadlines and the outlook for 2019 tax strategies.
Individual Tax Planning
Presented by Greg Horning, Director, SC&H Financial Advisors & Amanda Wooddell Wilhelm, Principal, SC&H Financial Advisors
The individual tax planning portion of the webinar provided insights for individuals regarding important year-end tax planning topics. Presenters identified opportunities for individuals to accelerate or defer income or deductions, and discussed the impact of tax reform including changes to itemized and standard deductions, the increase of alternative minimum tax exemptions and the cap on state and local income and property tax deductions.
Business Tax Planning
Presented by Jim Wilhelm, Director, SC&H Tax Services, Angelo Poletis, Principal, SC&H Tax Services, and Justin Huovinen, Manager, SC&H Tax Services
The business tax planning portion of the webinar provided advice on important year-end tax planning strategies relevant to partnerships, C Corporations and S Corporations. Presenters identified opportunities for businesses to accelerate or defer income or expenditures, with a special focus on the impact of tax reform changes on 2018 business tax returns.
International Tax Planning
Presented by Jen Groff, Senior, SC&H Tax Services
The 2017 tax reform legislation enacted several significant international tax provisions including the Section 965 “repatriation tax,” foreign derived intangible income (FDII) deduction, “base erosion and anti-abuse tax” (BEAT), new antideferral regime of global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI), to name a few. The international tax planning portion of the webinar provides insights to consider with the substantial changes that went into effect.
If you have any questions on how to prepare your year-end taxes and plan for 2019 please Contact Us.