Sirote & Permutt Present ASCPA "Hot Topics in Tax" Webinar Series
Brad Sklar is pleased to announce that the tax attorneys at Sirote & Permutt are delighted to collaborate once again with the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA) to present nine live webinars beginning August 7, 2013, and continuing through September 2013.
“The ASCPA is excited to host this series. Sirote is a leader on these important tax issues, and I know our members will find great benefit from their knowledge,” says Jeannine Birmingham, CPA, President and CEO, ASCPA Executive Director.
• Corporate Reorganizations and Planning Opportunities
on August 7 by John Cooper
• Tips in Preparing Gift Tax Returns
on August 14 by Howard Neiswender
• Requirements for Successfully Completing a 1031 like-kind Exchange
on August 21 by Donald Johnson
• Tax and Business Issues in Connection with Raising Capital
on August 28 by John Cooper
• Use of State Law LLC’s as S Corps
on September 11 by Ronald Levitt and Brad Sklar
• The Affordable Care Act and Offering Health Insurance
on September 18 by Jay Maples and Andy Andrews
• Estate Planning in 2013 and Hereafter
on September 25 by Howard Neiswender
The webinars are open for attendance by any CPA and tax accountant in public or private practice and are approved for Continuing Education Credit by the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy. To register for any webinar of the series, visit www.ascpa.org.
Sirote’s Corporate & Tax Group represents many clients in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and various state taxing authorities. Our representation includes audits, settlement negotiations and abatement proceedings, as well as tax litigation before the U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Claims Court, and the U.S. District Courts and Courts of Appeals.
Many of the firm’s activities involve sophisticated tax planning for individuals and closely held and publicly owned businesses.
ASCPA consists of 11 chapters across Alabama. The organization’s mission is to unite the profession of accountancy; to promote and maintain high professional, ethical and moral standards; and to promote the professional interests of Certified Public Accountants.