This includes sessions from the conference: Tax Strategies for the High-Income Individual (as part of AICPA ENGAGE 2019)
In the biggest bill for retirement planning in years, Congress is poised to change the law for life expectancy payouts to either a five- or ten-year payout. This legislation has strong bipartisan support and is supported by the President.
Advisors, CPAs and lawyers will need to quickly pivot with innovative strategies for this new paradigm. If you wait until this bill is signed before beginning to pivot you will miss the 2019 planning opportunities. This class will cover:
Annuities have had their share of detractors over the years. The reality is annuities currently serve a critical purpose for millions of Americans – adding a level of security, while helping alleviate some of the financial worry for the future. This presentation will address:
The Association (unified voice of AICPA & CIMA) and CPA.com launched a shark-tank style startup accelerator two years ago with a focus on FinTech and EdTech. Its purpose is to foster innovation in the profession and provide members, the Association, and CPA.com more visibility into disruptive trends and emerging technologies. In this session, you will hear from the 2019 cohort – 3 startup companies that have a leading role in client workspace solutions, cash flow management and accounting task automation.
During this session you will:
1. Discover trends in FinTech that are impacting the profession and your role.
2. Hear from the front lines of disruption.
3. Learn about the 3 startups that are members of the second cohort of the Association and CPA.com Startup Accelerator - https://www.aicpa-cima.com/accelerator.
4. Get inspired to rethink how you can leverage financial and educational technology.Speaker(s):
Be ready to take the next step in addressing your clients’ tax and planning needs. Your individual, family, and business owner clients’ needs are changing, and they need you now more than ever. Now that the rush of tax season is over, you can turn your attention to some planning of your own. Have you thought about formalizing financial planning in your practice?
In this chat, Lyle Benson, CPA/PFS will share:
Advising your clients on their plans for retirement is more than just setting aside money in an IRA. Find out how to guide them through the important conversations about retirement plans including unique ways to save on taxes, attracting and retaining quality talent, and meeting fiduciary requirements. As your business clients’ most trusted advisor, you are well positioned to help guide them toward a dignified retirement.
Join our session to uncover critical retirement strategies and opportunities to further assist your clients in achieving their financial goals.
Do you have clients who transact with cryptocurrencies? If so, you’ll want to attend this session! We’ll explore various tax compliance and planning opportunities you should consider when working with your clients. The only guidance we have from the IRS on virtual currencies (also referred to as cryptocurrencies) is Notice 2014-21. Limited guidance presents challenges for tax practitioners, but also allows for some interesting planning opportunities. In this session you will:
After this session, you will be able to:
The addition of Sec. 199A is perhaps one of the most significant changes and opportunities in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). It is also very complicated from a compliance and planning standpoint. This session will provide a quick refresher of the basics, cover some of the compliance difficulties and provide forward-looking planning ideas. Specifically, this session will cover:
As IRS enforcement becomes more automated, the need for trained representatives who know what to do and when to do it has never been greater. This panel will cover the mechanics of representing taxpayers before the IRS, including exam and collections, so that attendees can identify and understand when taxpayers need help, and how to go about the process of helping them resolve their IRS issue.