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Tax Con - Federal & Pennsylvania Tax Tracks Replay - Webcast

CPE

When
Jan. 25
7:45 a.m. - 3:50 p.m.

CPE Credits
8-Tax

Details

 Pricing

PICPA Member: $345 | Nonmember: $445

CLE Credit Add-On: $50


 More Information

Course No.
772907
Level
Update
Prerequisites
None

Description

 

Tax Con- Federal & Pennsylvania Tax Track Sessions
Originally aired Noveber 17-18, 2021


Who Should Attend:

• CPAs in firms handling tax compliance and consulting for individuals and businesses
• CPAs working in businesses of all sizes
• Other tax practitioners including tax attorneys, enrolled agents, and others

Objective:

Tax Con is the one-stop-shop for critical tax topics. This two-day conference will allow tax practitioners to plan their own CPE experience and choose from dozens of concurrent sessions.

Day 1

7:45 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks

8:00 a.m. Updates from the IRS Commissioner and Pennsylvania Secretary of Revenue
• Update on recent legislation
• How tax practitioners can interact with IRS and Pennsylvania Department of Revenue staff for the upcoming tax season
• Overview of updates regarding business and individual taxation

Charles P. Rettig
Commissioner
IRS

Dan Hassell
Secretary of Revenue
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue
(1-Tax)

8:50 a.m. Remote Work Tax Implications: Current Government Enforcement

Moderator:
Drew VandenBrul, CPA
Managing Director, State and Local Tax
Grant Thornton LLP

Jonathan Liss
Senior Revenue Policy Analyst
Philadelphia Department of Revenue

Jennifer W. Karpchuk
Shareholder
Chamberlain Hrdlicka

Hal Bellovin
Tax – Managing Director, Human Capital Services
National Employment Tax Leader
(1-Tax)

9:40 a.m.          Break

9:50 a.m. Remote Work Tax Implications: A Practitioner and Industry Perspective

Moderator:
Drew VandenBrul, CPA
Managing Director, State and Local Tax
Grant Thornton LLP

Jennifer W. Karpchuk
Shareholder
Chamberlain Hrdlicka

Seth Moskowitz
Tax Director
Cozen O’Connor

Candice Polsky, CPA
Director, State and Local Taxes
Urban Outfitters
(1-Tax)

10:40 a.m. State Hot Topics

• State and local tax workarounds (N.J., N.Y., Calif., Ill., Mass., etc.),
• Pennsylvania DOR’s stance on crediting
• Remote employee nexus in a post-COVID world
• State residency
• Continuing fallout from Wayfair (Florida, Missouri, and other state developments)
• The Multistate Tax Commission’s recent pronouncement on 86-272 protected and unprotected activities
• State tax implications of COVID relief (PPP loans and forgiveness, treatment of Employee Retention Credits)

James M. Brower Jr., CPA
Partner
Marks Paneth LLP

Dan A. Schulder
Member
Cozen O’Connor

Patrick K. Skeehan
Senior Manager, State and Local Tax – National Tax Office
Grant Thornton LLP

Jason Skrinak, CPA
Founder
Pivot Strategic Consulting
(1-Tax)

11:30 a.m.       Break

12:20 p.m. Federal Hot Topics

• Provisions of the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan Act related to the employee retention credit
• New and proposed state-level taxes on pass-through entities and IRS guidance for the impact on federal returns
• Planning opportunities for the proposed Sensible Taxation and Equity Promotion Act and proposed changes to the income tax and estate and gift taxes
• Possible impacts of a global minimum tax and changes to U.S. international tax law under the Biden administration’s proposals

Jonathan D. Grossberg, JD, LLM
Founder and Owner, Grossberg Continuing Education
Adjunct Professor of Law, Temple University Beasley School of Law
Assistant Editor, National Income Tax Workbook
(1-Tax)

1:10 p.m. Pennsylvania Tax Track: Corporate Tax Update
• Pennsylvania’s Corporate Net Income Tax (“CNIT”) Economic Nexus Standard
• CNIT Sales Factor Sourcing Updates
• Net Loss Cap Controversy
• Intangible Expense Add Back
• Other CNIT Developments

Jennifer Loughery
Director
PwC
(1-Tax)

2:00 p.m.        Break

2:10 p.m.        Federal Tax Track: Pass-Through Entity Update and Calculating Basis
• Partnership tax basis capital and 704(c) reporting
• Other pass-through entity reporting updates, including:
 o Section 199A, Qualified Business Income
 o Section 163(j), Business Interest Expense
 o Section 469, Passive Activity Loss Reporting
• Partner/shareholder basis calculation and considerations

Chris Catarino, CPA, MT
Shareholder
Drucker & Scaccetti
(1-Tax)

3:00 p.m. Pennsylvania Track: Pennsylvania Pass-Through/Individual Tax Update
Jane McCurdy, CPA
Pennsylvania Department of Revenue

(1-Tax)

3:50 p.m.        See You Tomorrow


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