Tax Reform: Overview

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Aleena Herrera, Moss Adams, 505-837-7604.
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Join us as we cover key tax reform changes affecting business and individual taxpayers. Participants will leave with a better understanding of the law’s most important provisions, as well as important dates to be aware of for when specific changes will take effect.

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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Speakers

Andy Cates, National Tax Partner, ASC Topic 740, Moss Adams

Andy has worked in public accounting with Moss Adams since 1995. He is a leader in our Tax Services practice and is the firmwide leader for public and private company financial statement reporting of income taxes (ASC 740). He also specializes in the areas of share-based compensation, internal controls, and valuation allowances. Andy has been awarded the firm’s Technical Excellence Award for tax services twice—once in 2005 and again in 2010.

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.

Jennifer Schmidt, National Tax Director, Accounting Methods & Periods, Moss Adams

Jennifer has practiced public accounting since 1996 and currently leads the firm’s accounting methods practice. She advises clients on a variety of accounting methods issues, including the timing of income and expense recognition, cost recovery, capitalization, and accounting method change procedures. Most recently, she has helped clients assess the income tax implications of the tangible property regulations and the new revenue recognition standard (ASC 606) for financial statements.

Roy Deaver, National Tax Partner, International, Moss Adams

Roy has provided tax services to clients since 1996, focusing on international tax matters since 2000. He has worked in both public accounting and in industry, allowing him to provide practical tax advice to his clients. He works closely with them to help reduce their worldwide effective tax rate through tax-efficient financing, efficient cash management, repatriation of earnings to the United States, and transfer pricing analysis.

Scott Peterson, Senior Manager, Tax, Moss Adams

Scott has practiced public accounting since 2009. He focuses on the tax aspects of estate planning, including gift planning and trust taxation, to help his clients achieve their financial goals and manage their tax liabilities. His clients include high net worth individuals, wealthy families, and closely held business in the construction and technology industries.