Doug Stives' Sessions at the 2011 Practitioners Symposium and TECH+ Conference  

    Published May 11, 2011

    Doug StivesTuesday, June 14th, 2011 – 3:45pm-5:00pm

    #62 Individual Federal Income Tax Update          (FOS-Tax)

    Doug Stives, CPA, Professor of Accounting, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ

    Where are we and where are we going? As inevitable tax increases occur, this session will review recent legislation, cases and rulings. Predicting what Congress will do is challenging, but this session will take a look at some tax planning opportunities. Is there any hope of tax simplification or stimulating the economy with tax incentives.

    Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 – 7:00am-7:50am

    #79 Adapting to Healthcare Reform         (FOS-Tax)

    Doug Stives, CPA, Professor of Accounting, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ

    The Healthcare Act brings in many complicated changes over several years. As provisions become effective, practitioners need to understand the law and advise clients to avoid penalties and expensive decisions. Session includes:

    A look at what Congress has done

    What must businesses do this year?

    Should employers drop health insurance coverage?

    What alternatives are available, and when must decisions be made?

    To learn more and register for the conference go to www.cpa2biz.com/pstech

     


    Did you know that the Recommended CPE Credit at the Practitioners Symposium and TECH Conference is 24.5 ?

    You might also be interested in the following sessions in the Tax track at the conference:


    Monday, June 13th
    What Every CPA Needs to Know about the IRS (session #4)

    Dealing with the IRS Collections: A Realistic Approach (session #13)

    Tax Planning in 2011 (session #22)

    Tuesday, June 14th
    State and Local Tax Update and Planning Ideas (session #31)

    Tax Planning for High-Net-Worth Clients (session #38)

    Business Tax Update and Circular 230 Update (session #43)

    Current Developments in Estate Planning (session #53)

    Mining for Gold – Part 1: Using the Tax Return as a Roadmap (session #70)


    Wednesday, June 15th
    Mining for Gold – Part 2: How to Answer the Clients’ Financial & Tax Planning Questions and Get Paid To Do So (session #85)

    To learn more about the AICPA Practitioners Symposium and Tech+ Conference go to www.cpa2biz.com/pstech




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