How will the new tax reform impact pass-through entities?
Time: 3:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 hour
- How the pass-through tax rate works and areas we expect the government to issue regulations.
- What businesses qualify for the tax cut, what business are excluded and the "gray" areas.
- Ideas on managing business income and deductions to maximize your tax cut.
- Whether a pass-through form of business continues to make sense for your business with a 21% flat corporate tax rate.
- Where to find additional resources at Boston Private to help you.
Washington Strategy and Advocacy
Doug consults with financial services firms and trade associations on Washington policy, planning, and strategy. His focus is helping firms and their clients understand the legislative and regulatory landscape and maximizing business opportunities.
Amy Sheridan, J.D., LL.M.
Partner, Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Amy Sheridan is a partner in the Tax Department of Sullivan & Worcester's Boston office. She concentrates her practice in the employee benefits and executive compensation area. View More >
Brian Lopez, AIF®, CPFA
Senior Business Development Officer
Brian Lopez specializes in counseling companies and executives on critical topics including investment advisory oversight, expense analysis and risk assessment.
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