Congress has passed the largest and most comprehensive tax reform legislation in the past 30 years. Manufacturers and distributors are trying to figure out the tax implications and what this means for them, both in their current situation and moving forward. Many questions are being asked:
- Discuss the current state of tax reform
- Identify business impacts and opportunities for the manufacturing and distribution industry
- Outline available and lost deductions and improvements
- Review possible action steps
Andrea Mouw, JD, Principal
Andrea has more than 12 years of tax experience including federal, state, and international tax issues. She provides technical analysis and assists clients in resolving accounting method issues related to income and expense recognition, capitalization, cost recovery and inventories, including identifying and adopting appropriate accounting methods and filing accounting method change requests (Form 3115). Andrea also provides guidance regarding the Section 199 domestic manufacturing deduction and is familiar with the rules regarding the taxation of financial products and alternative investments.
Adam Sweet, JD, LLM, Principal
Adam has extensive knowledge in the area of partnership tax including interpreting partnership agreements, allocation and distribution provisions, and issuing profits interests. He is also experienced with both the buying and selling sides of domestic and foreign joint ventures, and he assists with IRS controversy matters, including IRS exams and appeals hearing.
CPE Credits: 1
Field of Study: Taxes
Level of Knowledge: Basic
Delivery Method: Internet Group Session