Changes In The Tax Law : SFSP Breakfast Series
Thursday, January 10, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM (CST)
Changes in the Tax Law
Mark W. Miller, CPA – Kolb+Co.
Mark A. Shiller, JD, AEP – Godfrey and Kahn, SC
Paul T. Tourville, CMFC, CASL – Next Level Planning & Wealth Management
2 Continuing Education Credits (Insurance, Legal and CFP) Applied For
Hot Plated Breakfast: 7:30 AM
Presentation: 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
As a result of the recent election, we have a government in place that will be seeking to implement its policy through changes in the tax law. We have a current tax law that is scheduled to expire, with detrimental effects to taxpayers on December 31, 2012. The combination of these two “forces” mean that by January, we will either have a new tax law or we will have the structure of a new tax law that is being discussed in Washington. What are these professionals doing to help their clients plan for and thrive under these changes? Bring your own tax questions for the panel! Some of the questions include:
- What investment changes should be made?
- Do my estate planning documents need to be updated?
- Should I change the form that my business operates?
- What should be expected regarding the gift tax going forward?
- Should business owners structure their affairs differently?
- Should existing trusts invest differently?
Westmoor Country Club
400 South Moorland Road
Brookfield, WI 53005
NOTE: No refunds 2 days prior to the program date; requests for refunds prior to that date will be subject to a $10.00 processing fee. CE credit will not be processed until payment is received
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