Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Workshop
This four hour live tax planning workshop will focus on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how it will affect the taxpayer in 2018 and beyond. This tax law makes major changes to the US tax code for both individuals and corporations. This workshop will present the new tax brackets, modified deductions and credits, corporate tax changes, and more that go into effect for the 2018 tax year. This live tax planning workshop is presented by instructor Kelly Myers.
These seminars have been approved for the following continuing education credits:
- Field of Study(NASBA): Taxes - 4 CPE
- IRS Categories: Federal Update (4 CPE)
- CLE: Taxation (3.2)
Objectives & Prerequisites
- What are the course objectives? Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to:
- Apply specific concepts and strategies covered in the seminar while preparing tax returns, and
- Advise clients about planning strategies applicable to their situations.
- What are the course prerequisites?
- Prerequisites: At least several years of experience as a professional tax preparer and an understanding of tax rules and regulations associated with individual and business tax returns.
- Advanced Preparation: None required
- NASBA Program Level: Overview
- Delivery Method: Group-Live
All complaints should be referred directly to Claire Twardy, Tax Seminar Program Developer, Auburn University Accounting & Tax Training Institute (334-844-5100) firstname.lastname@example.org or to Hope Stockton, Director, (334-844-5101) Auburn University, Office of Professional & Continuing Education, 301 O.D. Smith Hall, Auburn, AL, 36849-5608 or email Hope Stockton at email@example.com.
|2018 Date||City||Location||Early Fee||Register Online|
|August 14 — 8:00 A.M. – 12 P.M.||Mobile||Mobile Convention Center||$225||Register|
|August 15 — 8:00 A.M. – 12 P.M.||Auburn||AU CASIC Building||$225||Register|
|August 16 — 8:00 A.M. – 12 P.M.||Birmingham||Jeff State Health Science Bldg||$225||Register|
|August 17 — 8:00 A.M. – 12 P.M.||Huntsville||The Jackson Center||$225||Register|
- Early Bird Fee: $225
- Late fee of $250 begins 10 days prior to the start of the program
If a registration is canceled for any reason, the individual or organization making the original tuition payment will receive:
- A full refund, less an administrative fee of $25, if the cancellation request is received in writing within 15 days of the start of the session;
- A refund of 50%, if the cancellation request is received in writing less than 15 days of the start of the session, but before the start date
- No refund for a 'No Show' or for a cancellation request received on the start date or after the session is in progress.
Note: A registration may be transferred to another person for a $25 fee. Auburn University reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment. If a course is canceled due to insufficient enrollment, registration fees are refunded in full.
About the Instructor - Kelly H. Myers, MBA, Tax Consultant
Kelly Myers is a consultant with Myers Consulting Group, LLC; providing seminars, tax planning, consulting, and controversy services to clients across the United States. Kelly has taught nationally both as a consultant and during his 30+ year career with the IRS (retired 2017). Kelly spent his last 20 years of his IRS career working for the Washington, DC Headquarters as a Senior Technical Advisor. He has over 38 years of tax experience and specific subject matter expertise to assist tax professionals. He has developed efficient tax strategies in both preparation and controversy arenas. Kelly has developed technical material for IRS staff; both formal and informal training for Service-wide implementation impacting thousands of examiners. He has been a guest speaker for State CPA association meetings, National Business Aircraft Association, IRS Nationwide Forums, and others. He has an MBA from the University of Tampa with emphasis in Accounting and Taxation. His BA is from Western State College with a double major in Accounting and Business Administration with a minor in Economics. He and his wife live in Huntsville, Alabama.
Last Updated: April 24, 2018