Due to an overwhelming registration response for the Aug. 15 and Sept. 19 tax seminars, we are hosting the same seminar again on Nov. 28.
November 28, 2018 | 3:30 - 5:30pm
3:30 - 4:00 p.m. - Registration and Breakfast
4:00 - 5:30 p.m. - Presentation
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) brought significant changes to both individual and business taxes, and each United States taxpayer is affected by the reform. Business owners especially need to be well-versed on how the TCJA changes will affect their companies. Join us for appetizers and a happy hour to revisit the Federal tax law changes from the TCJA, get updates on the latest tax reform news, and learn about the implications of Minnesota's nonconformity with the TCJA changes.
Featuring:Michael A. Crabtree, J.D., CPA, PartnerMike specializes in providing federal and state income tax research and finding solutions to complex tax questions. He also provides in-depth tax guidance to Boulay partners and staff, including keeping them up to date on tax law developments, and he provides federal and state tax compliance services for individuals, partnerships, and corporations. Mike assists businesses and individuals in tax planning strategies designed to minimize their income tax liability, and he represents and assists clients in the examination of income tax returns by federal and state tax authorities.
Kevin Ellis, CPA, Partner
Kevin is focused on providing sound tax advice and consulting for wholly-owned businesses and their owners. He assists businesses and individuals in tax planning strategies designed to minimize their income tax liability, and he leads special projects to determine the best financial and tax outcomes for clients. Kevin specializes in Federal and multi-state tax compliance for C and S corporations, and he has experience in Federal and multi-state tax compliance for ESOP entities, as well as in Federal and state tax compliance for individuals, partnerships and LLCs.
Scott Johnson, CPA, Manager
Scott assists businesses with strategic planning and entity structuring. He has experience with commercial and residential real estate, REITS, real estate funds, developers, and property management companies. Scott provides tax research on complex issues and transactions, as well as representation before the IRS and state taxing authorities. Scott also identifies business and tax planning opportunities for clients to minimize tax liability.
Meghan Kratz, CPA, Partner
Meghan specializes in tax planning strategies for businesses at various transitional stages, as well as wealth-building for individuals. Meghan focuses on Federal and multi-state tax compliance for corporations, individuals, nonprofits and partnerships, and she assists clients in a variety of industries. She helps clients with tax planning designed to minimize current income tax liability, and she performs in-depth tax planning and projections for clients in many different industries.
Brian Olsen, CPA, Manager
Brian specializes in state and local tax, specifically state income tax and sales tax. He monitors for state tax law changes, and he provides state tax audit defense. Brian also consults on state tax matters, and he provides nexus and apportionment services. Brian has significant experience in providing audit, review, compilation and accounting services to clients in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, construction and not for profit organizations.
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