Wrapping Up 2022 and Looking Ahead to 2023
Many important tax-planning strategies are in the spotlight this year as Congress considers several changes to current tax law. No matter what happens in Washington, planning before year-end can better prepare you for the upcoming tax season.
For the insight you will need, you’re invited to an in-depth discussion of current tax developments and how proposed legislative changes could impact your tax planning for 2023 and beyond.
Led by national tax leaders from Marcum and Waller, the panel discussion will be comprehensive for both individuals and businesses.
Join us after for an early holiday gathering with cocktails and appetizers. It’s your opportunity to mix and mingle and ask specific questions of our Tennessee Marcum and Waller professionals.
Jim Lundy, Partner | Marcum LLP
Jeffrey Jackson, Director, Marcum LLP
Bryan Jones, Partner | Marcum LLP
Steven Reiss, Manager | Marcum LLP
Shane Morris, Partner | Waller
Jill Mastroianni, Associate | Waller
John Bunge, Partner | Waller
Register to join us for a well-rounded discussion of today’s most pressing tax issues that may affect you and your business.
|Program Description||2022 Marcum/Waller Nashville Year-End Tax Forum|
|Important Notice Regarding CPE:|
In this session, participants will:
|Instruction Delivery Method||Live In Person|
|Recommended CPE & CLE Credits||This session qualifies for 1 hour of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits for CPAs in the area of Taxation, and this session has applied 1 general of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits|
|Recommended Field of Study||Taxation|
|Cancellation Policy||You may cancel your registration at any time prior to the event.|
|Complaint Resolution Policy||For more information regarding refund, concerns and program cancellation policies, please contact our offices at [email protected].|
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