Business Tax Breakfast Briefing

An Atlantic/Cape May Chapter of the NJSCPA Education Foundation Event
Presented by
Tax and Business Practice Group of Cooper Levenson Attorneys At Law

Join the Atlantic Cape Chapter of the New Jersey Society of CPAs and the attorneys from Cooper Levenson, who will cover hot topics for CPAs and their clients. This program will cover the following:

Robert E. Salad, Esq. LL.M., Moderator

The National Labor Relations Board: What you don’t know can hurt you. Employers and those who advise employers must be aware of the decisions on this increasingly activist Board on such issues as social media, human resource policies and internal investigations. Presented by: Russell L. Lichtenstein, Esq.

Top Three Ways the Kassner Case May Change the Residuary Trust Landscape. A discussion of this recent appellate court decision stemming from an appeal of a tax court decision and what it may mean for taxation of residuary trust income in New Jersey and beyond. Presented by: Michael L. Salad, Esq., LL.M.

Changes to the Federal Exemption Process. What accountants need to know about the latest changes in filing for federal exemptions. Presented by: Jill T. Ojserkis, Esq.

The Role of the CPA in Personal Injury and Business Litigation. What CPAs need to know to help their clients navigate litigation and how to assess damage income. Presented by: Randolph C. Lafferty, Esq.

Is Your Virtual House in Order? Given the recent headlines about “Get Transcript” and the unauthorized acquisition of information from 100,000 tax accounts, CPA firms need to implement protocols that are stricter than ever. Presented by: William J. Hughes, Jr., Esq., LL.M. and Peter Y. Fu, Esq.

Asset Protection for LLC Interests. LLC members are, in some ways, better protected than partnership members when it comes to protecting membership interests from judgment creditors. Presented by: Eric A. Browndorf, Esq.

Note: Season Pass holders must register for each event. Credit Hours are recommended in accordance with the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy.

Mandatory CPE Qualification: Based on our interpretation of NJ State Board of Accountancy regulations, this session will qualify for CPE credit. Our New Jersey CPE sponsorship number is 162.