The recent tax reform significantly changes Federal income taxation of individuals and small-to-mid sized businesses. Few summaries discussing the Act explain the practical implications of how these changes in law affect tax return reporting positions. This webinar, offered by two leading practitioners in Federal income tax, will summarize key provisions of the Act most likely to affect individuals and small-to-mid sized businesses and explain how those provisions “hit” the tax return. Among the provisions to be covered are:
Lawrence (“Larry”) Sannicandro is an associate in the Tax, Employee Benefits & Private Clients Practice Group who concentrates his practice on tax controversy and tax planning matters. He represents businesses, estates, trusts, and individuals at all stages of tax controversies, including in audits, before the IRS Office of Appeals, and in litigation before the United States Tax Court, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the U.S. District Courts, and the U.S. Courts of Appeals. He also advises clients on all facets of business and tax planning, including the formation, operation, transfer, and termination of business entities.
Michael Wallace, E.A. is an Enrolled Agent with Agostino & Associates, P.C., assisting the team of attorneys with various tax controversy matters. Prior to joining Agostino & Associates, Mr. Wallace worked in the pharmaceutical industry in finance and compliance operations. Mr. Wallace has worked in the field of tax as a preparer, instructor and taxpayer representative. Mr. Wallace earned his B.S. degree in Accounting from Rutgers University.