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Tax Reform for Print Businesses: Structuring your Company

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Tax Reform for Print Businesses: Structuring your Company Archive

The new tax reform legislation is complex with a multitude of moving parts, and it can be easy to fail to take advantage of new provisions, or fall afoul of others, that can substantially decrease—or inadvertently increase—your tax burden. With the 2017 tax filing season just about over, now is the time to plan properly for 2018 and beyond, when the full impacts of the new law will start to be felt.

Recognizing that not all print businesses are the same, the Tax Reform for Print Businesses webinar series will focus on the specific implications of the new law on establishments of all sizes.

The first installment, covers how you structure your business can substantially impact your tax situation. Should you be an S or C corporation? An LLC? A partnership? Some other kind of business entity? Find out how best to set your business up based on the kind of business you do.

This session, featuring an introduction by Congressman Philip English, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives tax writing Ways and Means Committee, and Senior Government Relations Advisor at Arent Fox, will also offer a series of “questions to ask your accountant” allowing both print business owners and their financial and tax planners to be on the same page.

The presenters for this webinar will be:

Mark Nuzzaco, Vice President of Government Affairs at APTech

Edward Bortnick, Managing Partner at SKMB Public Accountants

Joseph Webb, Ph.D., Director of WhatTheyThink’s Economics and Research Center and President of Strategies for Management

APTech and WhatTheyThink also gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Stephen Entin, Senior Fellow, Tax Foundation, Washington, D.C.


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