National Tax Webinar Series
Explore our National Tax Webinar Series to hear timely and relevant updates on what can be complex technical tax topics in a user-friendly, easy to understand format. The series of webinars will qualify you for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. New webinars on hot tax topics effecting you and your business will be featured monthly.
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Insight10 Questions: Clarity On 199A – A Discussion on the Proposed RegulationsOn August 8, 2018, the U.S. Treasury issued proposed regulations intended to clarify the newly enacted Section 199A, a complex tax code section that allows a tax deduction of up to 20% of the income from many types of domestic businesses.