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Dinner Meeting –Making Cents of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act: Important Tax Changes for Individuals & Businesses

  • Monday, January 14, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Constant Contact Headquarters, 1601 Trapelo Road, Waltham, MA 02451

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Making Cents of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act: Important Tax Changes for Individuals and Businesses

What impact will the tax law changes have on your financial and tax planning in 2019? Join us for dinner on January 14 to hear Ron Loberfeld, CPA, explain what the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act means to you and your clients.

Ron will cover the key provisions of the tax law and how the changes will affect you and your business. He’ll also discuss provisions of the law that have been clarified during 2018. Topics to be covered include:

  • Changes in tax brackets
  • Changes in various deductions
  • Changes for C-Corporate tax rate
  • 20% pass-through deduction
  • AMT changes
  • Like-kind exchanges

    Ron and his firm provide accounting, audit, and tax services to individuals and small businesses. Like all SPC meetings, this one will be interactive, and Ron will be glad to respond to your questions.

    About Our Speaker:

    Ron Loberfeld is Principal and Managing Partner of ALL CPAs, a 50-person, full-service CPA & Business Advisory firm in Chestnut Hill, MA. As well as being a practicing Managing Partner, Ron is a seasoned advisor, providing senior-level management consulting, succession, strategic growth planning, and coaching services to small- and mid-sized CPA firms and sole practitioners across New England and the USA. Taking a practical, forward-acting, step-by-step approach, he delivers key growth strategies and insight directly “from the trenches.”

    An accomplished public speaker, panelist, and facilitator, he regularly addresses the “hot button” concerns dominating the industry for CPA and professional service audiences at national, regional, and local level conferences.


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