Tax Reform: Entity Choice

Presented on:
January 18, 2018 9:00 AM PT
1 hour

While taxes aren't the only factor to consider when choosing a business structure, it's important that your entity type still aligns with your strategic goals in light of the new tax regulations. We’ll review entity choice under the new tax law, including the advantages and disadvantages of different structures.

This webcast is part of our series on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. The most sweeping change to tax law since 1986, the bill will broadly impact businesses and individuals.

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Jim Dubeck, National Tax Director, Partnerships, Moss Adams

Jim has been practicing public and private industry tax accounting, focusing on partnerships and S corporations, since 1990. He has assisted numerous clients in the real estate, manufacturing, and technology industries with analyzing, planning, and documenting partnership structures. Jim has also restructured S corporations and submitted ruling requests with the Internal Revenue Service on S corporation divisions. His responsibilities also include tax compliance and assisting in the preparation of financial statement audits and reviews. He is involved in training staff members in various partnership and S corporation taxation topics.

Gunnar Haugen, Senior Manager, Tax, Moss Adams

Gunnar began providing tax services to clients in 2005 and has experience serving C corporations, S corporations, partnerships, and REITs. He has significant experience advising on the restructuring of large corporate groups and closely held entities and counseling clients in M&A transactions involving both private and public companies. Gunnar has specific experience working in the cross-border space to implement tax-efficient structures for both U.S. multinationals and foreign-parented companies, with a focus on efficient holding company structures, repatriation strategies, income tax treaties, U.S. “anti-inversion” rules, and foreign investments in U.S. real property. He has served a broad array of clients, ranging from start-up companies to closely-held family businesses to Fortune 500 multinationals.