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Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateFebruary 21, 2019
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

Nationally, more than 16.7 million people have at least one undocumented family member living with them. These households may also have DACA recipients, American citizens, and legal residents all under the same roof. This webinar will discuss how the new Tax Cuts & Jobs Act will apply to these mixed-status families.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define a Mixed-Status Family

  • Identify Credits for Mixed-Status Families

  • Apply Affordable Care Act provisions to Mixed-Status Families

  • Determine what credits DACA recipients qualify for

  • Understand the different types of social security cards


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Antonio Martinez is the VP of Business Development for LTPA. In 2004 Tony earned a full-ride scholarship to the University of California, Berkeley. Tony majored in Engineering and was involved in various leadership and volunteer roles. Upon graduation, Tony joined the LTPA with a goal of building a national brand. As VP of Business Development, Tony has led the exponential growth of the organization and organized various events throughout the country. In 2014 Antonio became an Enrolled Agent with the goal of representing Spanish-speaking tax preparers before the IRS.

About Our Presenter


The Latino Tax Professionals Association (LTPA) is a professional trade association dedicated to excellence in the field of tax preparation and related services. LTPA is here to support all those who serve the Spanish speaking taxpayer. Our members work in all areas of tax practice, including individual practitioners, accounting and bookkeeping services, enrolled agents, certified public accountants, and immigration attorneys.

As the only Latino-focused provider of tax education and related services, LTPA presents regional seminars, workshops, tax instructor training at our headquarters and an annual national convention on topics that are of great interest to our members.  Some of these topics include evaluations of tax preparation, accounting and write-up software and materials to help with the marketing and growth of your practice, setting up your business for success and growth, etc.  We are here to help tax professionals grow their business with Latino clients. We've been doing it for 34 years, let us show you how.

LTPA members and students may attend our National and Regional Conferences and network with colleagues and other professionals who serve this community.  In addition, we anticipate forming chapters at local levels to increase education and networking opportunities.