Professional Development Event - "The New Tax Law"
Professionals helping clients before, during, and after the divorce process should become familiar with the financial impact on individuals under the new federal tax law.
When:

Tuesday February 27 from 8:00am - 10:00am

Where:

Hilton Garden Inn, 450 Totten Pond Rd., Waltham, MA

Registration:

Registration is required to attend this event.

Register
Details:

8 - 8:45 AM - Networking

8:45 - 10 AM - Speaker & discussion

Cost: $35 for Divorce Center members through Feb. 23 /$45 after Feb. 23

$40 for Non-members through Feb. 23 / $50 after Feb. 23

Breakfast is included. 

 
This presentation will review those aspects of the new tax act that impact divorcing couples. Topics will include: 


  • Impact of nondeducibility of alimony
  • Will alimony modifications change the tax status
  • Kiddie tax
  • New tax brackets
  • Why is AMT no longer an issue for most people
  • Why the increase in the child tax credit is not an increase
  • Head of household preparer due diligence requirements
  • Changes to the mortgage interest deduction
  • The 20% deduction for qualified business income and why it is not what you think
  • How you can still benefit from a charitable contribution

    If you have specific questions, please email David at dgoodman@gbj-bestcpa.com. David will have answers for you at the presentation.
      
    David H. Goodman, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA has presented on tax matters related to divorce to various groups, including a number of Probate and Family Courts. David is collaboratively trained and is experienced with family law matters. David is certified in business valuation and forensic accounting.