Small Business Relief

    On Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 President Obama signed the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. This bill has far-reaching implications and opportunities for businesses of all sizes. It expands loan programs through the Small Business Administration (SBA), strengthens small business preference programs for federal government projects, provides incentives for exporters, offers a variety of small business tax breaks, allows rollovers from elective deferral plans to Roth-designated accounts and includes some revenue raisers. This page provides vital resources and information regarding the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 that will assist you in making informed decisions for your organization, firm and clients.

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    Estate Planning After the Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2010: Tools, Tips, and Tactics
    The Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2010 enacted some of the most unexpected and significant changes in the estate tax system’s history. Get up to speed on the practical effects of this legislation so you can be the first to offer your clients estate planning advice. This robust CD-ROM product offers analysis of the law—and a wealth of practical information and tools that you can immediately put to use to help your clients.
    The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010: Tools, Tips, and Tactics
    Noted author and speaker Bob Keebler, along with his associates Peter Melcher and Michelle Ward, have developed this comprehensive multimedia analysis of the new law, which features a PowerPoint presentation, 50-minute audio presentation, and PDF eBook.
    A Review of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010
    Reach out to small businesses who can benefit from your help with the AICPA’s CPA Client—A Review of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. This attractive and easy to read PDF download pin points many of the important provisions of the act that small businesses will benefit from and may need your help to interpret and implement.
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