Mercer Chapter Season Pass - 2019/20

Earn 32 CPE credits for $350 when you purchase a season pass from the Mercer Chapter.
The pass is nonrefundable and substitutions are not permitted.
$350.00 - Member Price

Events included in this bundle:

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September 6, 20198:00-12:00 PM EDTSuccession Planning

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits.

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September 20, 20198:00-12:00 PM EDTNonprofit Update/Hot Tax Topics
In this meeting, hear an update on new ASUs impacting nonprofit entities, as well as information on new tax laws related to real estate and Section 199A.

Highlights

Nonprofit Update
RJ Carletti, CPA and Ben McDannell, CPA - Mercadien Group

In this session, the speakers will discuss new ASUs impacting nonprofit entities.

 

Hot Tax Topics
Daniel Mellor, J.D., LL.M. - Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.

The 20% QBI deduction under Section 199A represents a tremendous savings opportunity for real estate business owners, and it is critical for their tax advisors to understand how to maximize the deduction. Topics in this section will include:

  • Basic and advanced concepts in computing UBIA
  • What is included in qualified property
  • Methods of shifting wages among affiliated businesses
  • Special rules regarding self-rentals
  • How to qualify for the rental real estate safe harbor and whether to use it

Benefits

Earn 2 CPE credits in TX and 2 in AA.

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October 11, 20198:00-12:00 PM EDTTechnology Update
In this meeting, hear information on cyber security, incident response and data privacy, as well as cloud accounting.

Highlights

Cyber Security, Incident Response & Data Privacy
Andrea Valencia and Rambo Anderson-You - Withum

Cloud Accounting
Tom Angelo, CPA - HBK CPAs & Consultants

In this session, hear how to use the cloud to drive business growth. The cloud can help transform business processes and make everything scaleable. Learn what type of cloud accounting is right for your IT strategy, and hear how real life examples of automation can be relevant to your practice.

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in CS.

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November 1, 20198:00-12:00 PM EDTEstate Planning
In this meeting, hear tax recent developments in federal and New Jersey estate and gift taxation.

Highlights

Recent Developments: Federal and New Jersey Estate and Gift Tax
Brian D. Reynolds, Esq - Mantell, Prince & Reynolds, P.C.

This session will focus on:

  • Essential Estate Planning Documents
  • New Jersey Estate and Inheritance Tax
  • Estate Planning Issues: Presently Existing Wills
  • Recent Audit Results and What We Learned
  • How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 Impacted Taxation of Estates and Trusts

Estate Planning Update
Bruce Mantell, CPA, LL.M., Esq. - Mantell, Prince & Reynolds, P.C

This session will focus on:

  • Certain Aspects of Income Taxation of Estates and Trusts
  • How Best to Structure Retirement Plan Distributions for Estate Planning Purposes
  • Executor, Trustee and Other Fiduciary Commissions Under New Jersey Law

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in TX.

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November 15, 20198:00-12:00 PM EDTAccounting & Auditing Update
In this meeting, hear everything you need to know about revenue recognition, leases and non-attest services. Then, hear an overview of risk assessment.

Highlights

Revenue Recogition, Lease Accounting and Non-Attest Sevices
Frank Boutillette, CPA/CGMA - Withum and Brad Muniz, CPA/CGMA - SobelCo
  • Effective dates
  • Core principles
  • Examples
  • Implementation
Risk Assessment
June Toth, CPA. CFF. CITP, CGMA

This session will explore peer review's new hot topic. Hear common risk assessment issues noted, what to expect on your next peer review, and relevant professional standards. Learn why materiality is the key element of the audit, overview of the audit process, and what is required for internal control.

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in AA.

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January 17, 20208:00-12:00 PM ESTHot Tax Topics
In this meeting, hear the latest tax controversy hot topics and an update of the United States Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division.

Highlights

The Latest Tax Controversy Hot Topics
Parag Patel, J.D., LL.M. - Patel Law Offices

With a new IRS Commissioner, who is also a tax controversy attorney, the IRS has ramped up enforcement in certain areas and tax advisors must become familiar with the latest developments in tax controversy. We will explore: Foreign Bank Account Report updates, Collection enforcement developments, Penalty developments, the IRS’s new voluntary disclosure programs, the latest IRS audit campaign initiatives, and other hot topics in tax controversy. Experienced tax attorney Parag Patel has counseled hundreds of taxpayers in the resolution of their complex tax controversy problems.

US Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division Update
Shavonne Person - US DOL WHD

This discussion will focus on payroll tax and related matters, primarily FSLA and FMLA.

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in TX.

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May 5, 20208:00-2:00 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - Tax and Industry Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

IRS Tax-Exempt Update
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover tax-exempt organizations’ tax landscape post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including issues with transit and parking tax, blended rate issues, new developments and IRS plan.

Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover recent development in self-dealing, equivalency determinations and other excise tax issues. Then, discuss Donor Advised Funds and Notice 2017-73 with an explanation of the differences between Private Foundation and Donor Advised Funds.

What’s New at the IRS? (TX)
Maria Hooke and Peter Lorenzetti - Internal Revenue Service
This session will discuss a variety of observations and areas of concern that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sees when dealing with not-for-profit organizations.

Advancing Exemplary Governance
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
There is a great deal of literature focused on not-for-profit governance, from basic responsibilities to best practices. However, governance remains one of the most challenging areas to manage. However, there are exceptional boards that oversee correctly and are valuable strategic assets of their organizations. This session will provide steps any organization can take to improve performance.

Best Practices for Internal Controls
Scott A. Brown, CPA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies LLP
Internal Controls are critical for organizations of all types and sizes. Not-for-Profits are no exception. Examine:
  • The importance of having a strong internal control system to ensure an organization’s success
  • Best practices and five questions every organization should ask when reviewing their internal controls
  • Common deficiencies recently identified during financial statement audits of nonprofit organizations

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 6, 20208:00-2:10 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - A&A Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

Industry Update and Post-Implementation of FASB 2016-14
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
Not-for-profit organizations are frequently in the news. Examine headlines to understand what drives the stories and discover key takeaways. Then, discuss lessons learned from the implementation of FASB 2016-14.

Grants and Contracts for Not-for-Profits
Richard A. Cole, CPA - BKD
This session will provide an overview of the FASB’s new grants and contracts accounting standard update and some implementation ideas.

Leases – Implementing the Changes for Lessees
Brad E. Muniz, CPA – SobelCo
Frank R. Boutillette, CPA, CGMA, ABV – Withum

Discuss an overview of the changes to the lease standards, examples of lessee implementation and certain nuances that are commonly overlooked.

The 2019 Yellow Book and Single Audit Update
Alexander K. Buchholz, CPA, MBA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP
Examine changes for those audits conducted under the Uniform Grant Guidance, along with forthcoming Yellow Book revisions and independence for non-attest services.

Risk Assessment
June M. Toth, CPA, CFF, CITP, CGMA – ZBT Certified Public Accounting & Consulting, LLC
Since the issuance of the Risk Assessment Standards, Peer Review teams have found that more than one in 10 firms failed to comply with AU-C Section 315 or 330. Learn what are the most pervasive issues that Peer Review teams have uncovered and how to avoid them. Review:
  • What are the misconceptions leading to non-compliance that relate to understanding the entity and it’s environment, assessing the risks of material misstatement and performing procedures in response to assessed risks.
  • Consider how to determine responses identified and assessed risks by selecting or designing procedures.
  • What risks are relevant to the financial statement audit?

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 7, 20208:00-2:00 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - Tax and Industry Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

IRS Tax-Exempt Update
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover tax-exempt organizations’ tax landscape post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including issues with transit and parking tax, blended rate issues, new developments and IRS plan.

Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover recent development in self-dealing, equivalency determinations and other excise tax issues. Then, discuss Donor Advised Funds and Notice 2017-73 with an explanation of the differences between Private Foundation and Donor Advised Funds.

What’s New at the IRS? (TX)
Maria Hooke and Peter Lorenzetti - Internal Revenue Service
This session will discuss a variety of observations and areas of concern that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sees when dealing with not-for-profit organizations.

Advancing Exemplary Governance
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
There is a great deal of literature focused on not-for-profit governance, from basic responsibilities to best practices. However, governance remains one of the most challenging areas to manage. However, there are exceptional boards that oversee correctly and are valuable strategic assets of their organizations. This session will provide steps any organization can take to improve performance.

Best Practices for Internal Controls
Scott A. Brown, CPA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies LLP
Internal Controls are critical for organizations of all types and sizes. Not-for-Profits are no exception. Examine:
  • The importance of having a strong internal control system to ensure an organization’s success
  • Best practices and five questions every organization should ask when reviewing their internal controls
  • Common deficiencies recently identified during financial statement audits of nonprofit organizations

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 8, 20208:00-12:00 PM EDTControllership Update

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in MT.

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May 8, 20208:00-2:10 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - A&A Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

Industry Update and Post-Implementation of FASB 2016-14
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
Not-for-profit organizations are frequently in the news. Examine headlines to understand what drives the stories and discover key takeaways. Then, discuss lessons learned from the implementation of FASB 2016-14.

Grants and Contracts for Not-for-Profits
Richard A. Cole, CPA - BKD
This session will provide an overview of the FASB’s new grants and contracts accounting standard update and some implementation ideas.

Leases – Implementing the Changes for Lessees
Brad E. Muniz, CPA – SobelCo
Frank R. Boutillette, CPA, CGMA, ABV – Withum

Discuss an overview of the changes to the lease standards, examples of lessee implementation and certain nuances that are commonly overlooked.

The 2019 Yellow Book and Single Audit Update
Alexander K. Buchholz, CPA, MBA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP
Examine changes for those audits conducted under the Uniform Grant Guidance, along with forthcoming Yellow Book revisions and independence for non-attest services.

Risk Assessment
June M. Toth, CPA, CFF, CITP, CGMA – ZBT Certified Public Accounting & Consulting, LLC
Since the issuance of the Risk Assessment Standards, Peer Review teams have found that more than one in 10 firms failed to comply with AU-C Section 315 or 330. Learn what are the most pervasive issues that Peer Review teams have uncovered and how to avoid them. Review:
  • What are the misconceptions leading to non-compliance that relate to understanding the entity and it’s environment, assessing the risks of material misstatement and performing procedures in response to assessed risks.
  • Consider how to determine responses identified and assessed risks by selecting or designing procedures.
  • What risks are relevant to the financial statement audit?

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 15, 20208:00-2:10 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - A&A Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

Industry Update and Post-Implementation of FASB 2016-14
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
Not-for-profit organizations are frequently in the news. Examine headlines to understand what drives the stories and discover key takeaways. Then, discuss lessons learned from the implementation of FASB 2016-14.

Grants and Contracts for Not-for-Profits
Richard A. Cole, CPA - BKD
This session will provide an overview of the FASB’s new grants and contracts accounting standard update and some implementation ideas.

Leases – Implementing the Changes for Lessees
Brad E. Muniz, CPA – SobelCo
Frank R. Boutillette, CPA, CGMA, ABV – Withum

Discuss an overview of the changes to the lease standards, examples of lessee implementation and certain nuances that are commonly overlooked.

The 2019 Yellow Book and Single Audit Update
Alexander K. Buchholz, CPA, MBA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP
Examine changes for those audits conducted under the Uniform Grant Guidance, along with forthcoming Yellow Book revisions and independence for non-attest services.

Risk Assessment
June M. Toth, CPA, CFF, CITP, CGMA – ZBT Certified Public Accounting & Consulting, LLC
Since the issuance of the Risk Assessment Standards, Peer Review teams have found that more than one in 10 firms failed to comply with AU-C Section 315 or 330. Learn what are the most pervasive issues that Peer Review teams have uncovered and how to avoid them. Review:
  • What are the misconceptions leading to non-compliance that relate to understanding the entity and it’s environment, assessing the risks of material misstatement and performing procedures in response to assessed risks.
  • Consider how to determine responses identified and assessed risks by selecting or designing procedures.
  • What risks are relevant to the financial statement audit?

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 18, 202010:00-11:15 AM EDTCorporation Business Tax (2019 Tax Conference Replay)
Attend a live replay of the 2019 New Jersey Tax Conference and obtain the knowledge to navigate the intracies of the New Jersey state tax system.

Highlights

Corporation Business Tax – Major Changes and Continuing Issues
David J. Shipley, Esq. – McCarter and English
A review of CBT Issues, including an introduction to combined reporting in New Jersey.

Benefits

This year's conference replay will include current events, hot topics and updates on New Jersey Tax.

Designed For

Public practitioners and those in industry looking for an update on current New Jersey tax developments.

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May 19, 20208:00-2:00 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - Tax and Industry Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

IRS Tax-Exempt Update
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover tax-exempt organizations’ tax landscape post Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, including issues with transit and parking tax, blended rate issues, new developments and IRS plan.

Private Foundations and Donor Advised Funds
Magdalena M. Czerniawski, CPA, MBA and Robert Lyons, CPA, MST – Marks Paneth LLP
This session will cover recent development in self-dealing, equivalency determinations and other excise tax issues. Then, discuss Donor Advised Funds and Notice 2017-73 with an explanation of the differences between Private Foundation and Donor Advised Funds.

What’s New at the IRS? (TX)
Maria Hooke and Peter Lorenzetti - Internal Revenue Service
This session will discuss a variety of observations and areas of concern that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sees when dealing with not-for-profit organizations.

Advancing Exemplary Governance
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
There is a great deal of literature focused on not-for-profit governance, from basic responsibilities to best practices. However, governance remains one of the most challenging areas to manage. However, there are exceptional boards that oversee correctly and are valuable strategic assets of their organizations. This session will provide steps any organization can take to improve performance.

Best Practices for Internal Controls
Scott A. Brown, CPA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies LLP
Internal Controls are critical for organizations of all types and sizes. Not-for-Profits are no exception. Examine:
  • The importance of having a strong internal control system to ensure an organization’s success
  • Best practices and five questions every organization should ask when reviewing their internal controls
  • Common deficiencies recently identified during financial statement audits of nonprofit organizations

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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May 20, 20201:00-2:40 PM EDTGross Income Tax - Issues and Strategies (2019 New Jersey Tax Conference Replay)
Attend a live replay of the 2019 New Jersey Tax Conference and obtain the knowledge to navigate the intracies of the New Jersey state tax system.

Highlights

Gross Income Tax – Issues and Strategies
James B. Evans, CPA, J.D., LL.M.– Kulzer & DiPadova
Personal and business planning under the Gross Income Tax.

Benefits

This conference replay will include current events, hot topics and updates on New Jersey Tax.

Designed For

Public practitioners and those in industry looking for an update on current New Jersey tax developments.

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May 22, 20208:00-12:00 PM EDTAccounting & Auditing Update

Benefits

Earn 4 CPE credits in AA.

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May 22, 20208:00-2:10 PM EDT2019 Nonprofit Conference - A&A Sessions (Replay)
Nonprofit organizations are dealing with change on multiple horizons. Attend this replay of the 2019 Nonprofit Conference to get the updates you need to better serve your clients.

Highlights

Industry Update and Post-Implementation of FASB 2016-14
Louis J. Mezzina, CPA
Not-for-profit organizations are frequently in the news. Examine headlines to understand what drives the stories and discover key takeaways. Then, discuss lessons learned from the implementation of FASB 2016-14.

Grants and Contracts for Not-for-Profits
Richard A. Cole, CPA - BKD
This session will provide an overview of the FASB’s new grants and contracts accounting standard update and some implementation ideas.

Leases – Implementing the Changes for Lessees
Brad E. Muniz, CPA – SobelCo
Frank R. Boutillette, CPA, CGMA, ABV – Withum

Discuss an overview of the changes to the lease standards, examples of lessee implementation and certain nuances that are commonly overlooked.

The 2019 Yellow Book and Single Audit Update
Alexander K. Buchholz, CPA, MBA, CGMA – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP
Examine changes for those audits conducted under the Uniform Grant Guidance, along with forthcoming Yellow Book revisions and independence for non-attest services.

Risk Assessment
June M. Toth, CPA, CFF, CITP, CGMA – ZBT Certified Public Accounting & Consulting, LLC
Since the issuance of the Risk Assessment Standards, Peer Review teams have found that more than one in 10 firms failed to comply with AU-C Section 315 or 330. Learn what are the most pervasive issues that Peer Review teams have uncovered and how to avoid them. Review:
  • What are the misconceptions leading to non-compliance that relate to understanding the entity and it’s environment, assessing the risks of material misstatement and performing procedures in response to assessed risks.
  • Consider how to determine responses identified and assessed risks by selecting or designing procedures.
  • What risks are relevant to the financial statement audit?

Designed For

CPAs and financial professionals working for nonprofit organizations or representing nonprofit clients.

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June 1, 202010:00-12:00 PM EDTMultistate Tax Update and State Issues in Professional Liability (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

Multistate Tax Update
Jeffrey A. Friedman, J.D., LL.M., – Eversheds Sutherland LLP
Review the legislative, regulatory and judiciary developments impacting state taxation with key state and local tax trends that attendees should watch out for, such as:
  • Marketplace collection
  • State tax conformity
  • Federal tax reform
  • Apportionment trends
State Issues in Professional Liability in Multistate Practice
John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA – McGowanPRO
This session will cover common claims facing CPAs providing multi-state tax services. Included will be best practices in avoiding such claims:
  • Engagement letter discussions
  • The privity defense
  • The statute of limitations

Benefits

This replay of the 2019 Multistate Conference will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 2, 202012:00-1:15 PM EDTCorporation Business Tax (2019 Tax Conference Replay)
Attend a live replay of the 2019 New Jersey Tax Conference and obtain the knowledge to navigate the intracies of the New Jersey state tax system.

Highlights

Corporation Business Tax – Major Changes and Continuing Issues
David J. Shipley, Esq. – McCarter and English
A review of CBT Issues, including an introduction to combined reporting in New Jersey.

Benefits

This year's conference replay will include current events, hot topics and updates on New Jersey Tax.

Designed For

Public practitioners and those in industry looking for an update on current New Jersey tax developments.

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June 2, 20202:00-3:30 PM EDTNew Jersey Tax Update and How Does New Jersey's Tax Burden Compare to other States? (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New Jersey Tax Update
James B. Evans Jr., CPA, J.D., LL.M. – Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.
This session will review the major legislative, judicial and administrative developments of 2019 affecting New Jersey taxpayers and the outlook for 2020 state tax changes.

How Does New Jersey’s Tax Burden Compare to Other States?
Regina M. Egea – Garden State Initiative
The Garden State Initiative focuses on research and policy changes aimed towards growing NJ’s economy by improving government performance and reducing the tax burden. GSI’s most recent research, Adding It All Up: An Impartial Look at NJ’s $117 Billion Government, focuses on the total size of New Jersey’s expansive government, how much is being spent in specific categories and identifying areas to make it more efficient. By comparing New Jersey to other states, GSI demonstrates that we do not have to sacrifice service in order to lower government costs.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 3, 202012:00-2:00 PM EDTMultistate Tax Update and State Issues in Professional Liability (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

Multistate Tax Update
Jeffrey A. Friedman, J.D., LL.M., – Eversheds Sutherland LLP
Review the legislative, regulatory and judiciary developments impacting state taxation with key state and local tax trends that attendees should watch out for, such as:
  • Marketplace collection
  • State tax conformity
  • Federal tax reform
  • Apportionment trends
State Issues in Professional Liability in Multistate Practice
John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA – McGowanPRO
This session will cover common claims facing CPAs providing multi-state tax services. Included will be best practices in avoiding such claims:
  • Engagement letter discussions
  • The privity defense
  • The statute of limitations

Benefits

This replay of the 2019 Multistate Conference will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

View Full Event Details

June 3, 202012:00-1:40 PM EDTGross Income Tax - Issues and Strategies (2019 New Jersey Tax Conference Replay)
Attend a live replay of the 2019 New Jersey Tax Conference and obtain the knowledge to navigate the intracies of the New Jersey state tax system.

Highlights

Gross Income Tax – Issues and Strategies
James B. Evans, CPA, J.D., LL.M.– Kulzer & DiPadova
Personal and business planning under the Gross Income Tax.

Benefits

This conference replay will include current events, hot topics and updates on New Jersey Tax.

Designed For

Public practitioners and those in industry looking for an update on current New Jersey tax developments.

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June 4, 202010:00-11:30 AM EDTNew Jersey Tax Update and How Does New Jersey's Tax Burden Compare to other States? (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New Jersey Tax Update
James B. Evans Jr., CPA, J.D., LL.M. – Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.
This session will review the major legislative, judicial and administrative developments of 2019 affecting New Jersey taxpayers and the outlook for 2020 state tax changes.

How Does New Jersey’s Tax Burden Compare to Other States?
Regina M. Egea – Garden State Initiative
The Garden State Initiative focuses on research and policy changes aimed towards growing NJ’s economy by improving government performance and reducing the tax burden. GSI’s most recent research, Adding It All Up: An Impartial Look at NJ’s $117 Billion Government, focuses on the total size of New Jersey’s expansive government, how much is being spent in specific categories and identifying areas to make it more efficient. By comparing New Jersey to other states, GSI demonstrates that we do not have to sacrifice service in order to lower government costs.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 5, 202012:00-1:00 PM EDTNew York Update (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New York State and New York City Update
Elizabeth Pascal, J.D. – Hodgson Russ LLP
Adjacent states reacted to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act differently. Explore the disparities between New Jersey and New York’s responses:
  • The latest NYS and NYC responses to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Tax Law changes in the 2019-2020 budget legislation
  • New cases and audit developments
  • The latest updates in NYS/NYC corporate tax reform

Benefits

This conference will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 8, 202010:00-11:00 AM EDTNew York Update (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New York State and New York City Update
Elizabeth Pascal, J.D. – Hodgson Russ LLP
Adjacent states reacted to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act differently. Explore the disparities between New Jersey and New York’s responses:
  • The latest NYS and NYC responses to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Tax Law changes in the 2019-2020 budget legislation
  • New cases and audit developments
  • The latest updates in NYS/NYC corporate tax reform

Benefits

This conference will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 8, 202010:00-11:30 AM EDTUneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area. Also, discuss emerging technologies and their effect on multistate audits.

Highlights

Uneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers
Nishant Mittal – MONAEO
Advances in technology allow states like New York to identify nonresidential taxpayers who owe taxes. Sophisticated applications built by large technology companies give the government an advantage over taxpayers, many of whom still rely on spreadsheets. Delve into use of technology in residency and nonresident payroll withholding audits to see how taxpayers can level the playing field with aggressive tax authorities.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 9, 20201:00-3:00 PM EDTMultistate Tax Update and State Issues in Professional Liability (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

Multistate Tax Update
Jeffrey A. Friedman, J.D., LL.M., – Eversheds Sutherland LLP
Review the legislative, regulatory and judiciary developments impacting state taxation with key state and local tax trends that attendees should watch out for, such as:
  • Marketplace collection
  • State tax conformity
  • Federal tax reform
  • Apportionment trends
State Issues in Professional Liability in Multistate Practice
John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA – McGowanPRO
This session will cover common claims facing CPAs providing multi-state tax services. Included will be best practices in avoiding such claims:
  • Engagement letter discussions
  • The privity defense
  • The statute of limitations

Benefits

This replay of the 2019 Multistate Conference will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 10, 202012:00-1:00 PM EDTNew York Update (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New York State and New York City Update
Elizabeth Pascal, J.D. – Hodgson Russ LLP
Adjacent states reacted to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act differently. Explore the disparities between New Jersey and New York’s responses:
  • The latest NYS and NYC responses to the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
  • Tax Law changes in the 2019-2020 budget legislation
  • New cases and audit developments
  • The latest updates in NYS/NYC corporate tax reform

Benefits

This conference will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 10, 202012:00-1:30 PM EDTUneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area. Also, discuss emerging technologies and their effect on multistate audits.

Highlights

Uneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers
Nishant Mittal – MONAEO
Advances in technology allow states like New York to identify nonresidential taxpayers who owe taxes. Sophisticated applications built by large technology companies give the government an advantage over taxpayers, many of whom still rely on spreadsheets. Delve into use of technology in residency and nonresident payroll withholding audits to see how taxpayers can level the playing field with aggressive tax authorities.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 11, 202010:00-11:30 AM EDTUneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area. Also, discuss emerging technologies and their effect on multistate audits.

Highlights

Uneven Playing Field: States are Using Technology in Multistate Audits to Get an Edge Over Taxpayers
Nishant Mittal – MONAEO
Advances in technology allow states like New York to identify nonresidential taxpayers who owe taxes. Sophisticated applications built by large technology companies give the government an advantage over taxpayers, many of whom still rely on spreadsheets. Delve into use of technology in residency and nonresident payroll withholding audits to see how taxpayers can level the playing field with aggressive tax authorities.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates, answers to your most pressing questions, and a chance to network with speakers discussing multistate hot topics.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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June 12, 202012:00-1:30 PM EDTNew Jersey Tax Update and How Does New Jersey's Tax Burden Compare to other States? (2019 Multistate Conference Replay)
Learn about changing regulations and laws affecting businesses in the tri-state area.

Highlights

New Jersey Tax Update
James B. Evans Jr., CPA, J.D., LL.M. – Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.
This session will review the major legislative, judicial and administrative developments of 2019 affecting New Jersey taxpayers and the outlook for 2020 state tax changes.

How Does New Jersey’s Tax Burden Compare to Other States?
Regina M. Egea – Garden State Initiative
The Garden State Initiative focuses on research and policy changes aimed towards growing NJ’s economy by improving government performance and reducing the tax burden. GSI’s most recent research, Adding It All Up: An Impartial Look at NJ’s $117 Billion Government, focuses on the total size of New Jersey’s expansive government, how much is being spent in specific categories and identifying areas to make it more efficient. By comparing New Jersey to other states, GSI demonstrates that we do not have to sacrifice service in order to lower government costs.

Benefits

This conference replay will provide you with timely updates and answers to your most pressing questions.

Designed For

CPAs in all firms as well as sole practitioners and financial officers of businesses with multistate transactions.

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