How the 2017 Tax Act Impacts Divorce Negotiations, Small Business, and Business Valuations

How the 2017 Tax Act Impacts Divorce Negotiations, Small Business, and Business Valuations

Seminar

Thursday, February 22, 2018

4 – 6:30pm
Executive House
10015 Old Columbia Road
Suite B-215
Columbia, MD 21044

Early Bird registration (until 2/12/2018) $99 per person
$119 after that date
Registration cut-off 2/19/2018

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Sandwiches, soft drinks, and coffee will be provided

This seminar, designed for attorneys who practice Family Law, will focus on the tax law changes that will significantly impact divorce negotiations and determination of business true income. Topics include:

  • Tax Credits, Primary Custody, and Overnights
  • Head of Household “Provisions”
  • Which spouse should pay the marital home mortgage (Plan B)
  • The impact of the 20% QBI Deduction
  • Alimony Guidelines, Cash Flow, and Net Worth
  • “Ordinary and Necessary” Business Deductions — A Judgment Conodrum

Bonus Presentation
“Buckle Your Seatbelts –
Why Business Values Could Skyrocket”
R. Christopher Rosenthal CPA, ASA, ABV, CFF
Director, Ellin & Tucker Forensic and Valuation Services Group

Refund Policy

Refunds for 100% of the fee paid will be made for cancellations received up to 5 pm on 2/15/2018. Cancellations between 2/16-2/19 will receive 50% of the fee paid. No refunds for cancellations after 2/19/2018. If the seminar is cancelled due to inclement weather, the seminar will be converted to a live and recorded webinar on that same date.

About the Author:

John Faggio is the managing director of Faggio Financial, LLC (www.divorce-finances.com), Maryland's only exclusive matrimonial finance practice. John is a CPA, a Certified Financial Planner® Professional, and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®).

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