S -Corporation Hot Spots – What you need to know in light of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act!

Recorded On: 11/28/2018

For the last several years, S-Corporations have been the most popular entity for a small business. Now we have the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that impact S-Corporations in a variety of ways. In this session, we will cover what you need to know about the tax act provisions and their effect on S-Corporation “hot spots”. This will include a new analysis of reasonable compensation, health insurance, cash vs accrual basis, shareholder loans and distributions, depreciation, fringe benefits, accountable plans, and revoking the S-election. It is more important than ever to understand the “hazard” areas of S-Corporations and what to watch out for!

Learning Objectives: 

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize various changes to S-Corporation expenses in light of the TCJA
  • Identify business expenses unique to S-Corporations
  • Determine reporting requirements of certain S-Corporation expenses
  • Assess the implications of fringe benefits and officer compensation

*At the original time of this presentation all information was accurate and up to date. Due to the continued release of forms, instructions, technical corrections and regulations, for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act it is imperative that the webinar attendee perform their on due diligence on current information and application of this presentation.

Presented by Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP and Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP

IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law Updates
NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law Updates

NSA ConnectED Webinar Program Level: Basic  Prerequisites: None  Advance Preparation: None  Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based

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Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP

Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP

Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP, is the owner and president of Gene Bell & Associates, Inc. where he provides personal and business tax preparation and planning as well as wealth management services. He was awarded the NSA Distinguished Service Award for 2012, and received NSA's Speaker of the Year Award in 2015.

Kathy and Gene are featured speakers at IRS Nationwide Tax Forums.

Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP

Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP

Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP, has been the owner and principal of an accounting and tax practice for over 23 years. She has held numerous leadership positions at local, state, and national levels, including WAA President and served as NSA's President 2015-2016. She was awarded Speaker of the Year at NSA's 2017 Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada.

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