Search

Just Passing Through: The 20 Percent Deduction for Qualified Business Income

With federal estate tax estimated to affect only 1-in-1,500 families under current law, income tax planning has taken on greater importance. Section 199A is a relatively new provision of the Internal Revenue Code that allows owners of pass-through entities to deduct up to 20 percent of their qualified business income (QBI) … but the statute and proposed regulations are fraught with peril. Originally presented as part of the 62nd Annual Estate Planning Short Course, available in its entirety as P9004-19U.
Credits: 1.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9004-19E-04
$80.00 or 1.25 credits
decrease increase

Expires: 5/1/21

Just Passing Through: The 20 Percent Deduction for Qualified Business Income
With federal estate tax estimated to affect only 1-in-1,500 families under current law, income tax planning has taken on greater importance. Section 199A is a relatively new provision of the Internal Revenue Code that allows owners of pass-through entities to deduct up to 20 percent of their qualified business income (QBI) … but the statute and proposed regulations are fraught with peril. Are the potential benefits worth it? If so, will your client qualify? Can you benefit from this provision in your law practice? These and many other questions will be addressed … some definitively!
Thomas J. Pauloski, Bernstein Private Wealth Management, Chicago

Expires: 5/1/21

Just Passing Through: The 20 Percent Deduction for Qualified Business Income
With federal estate tax estimated to affect only 1-in-1,500 families under current law, income tax planning has taken on greater importance. Section 199A is a relatively new provision of the Internal Revenue Code that allows owners of pass-through entities to deduct up to 20 percent of their qualified business income (QBI) … but the statute and proposed regulations are fraught with peril. Are the potential benefits worth it? If so, will your client qualify? Can you benefit from this provision in your law practice? These and many other questions will be addressed … some definitively!
Thomas J. Pauloski, Bernstein Private Wealth Management, Chicago

Products specifications
Program Date5/15/2019
Products specifications
Program Date5/15/2019
Customers who bought this item also bought

Federal Income Taxation for Estate Planning & Administration (2019)

P9004-19E-02
Understand recent (2019) developments in income tax matters and the impact on estate planning and administration.
$80.00

Initial Steps in Advising the Family - Estate Administration

P1816-18E-01
Get a practical overview of the estate administration process with a checklist approach. Originally presented as part of Effective Estate Administration, available in its entirety as P1816-18U.
$59.00

Inventory & Accountings - Estate Administration

P1816-18E-02
Learn how to keep interested persons properly informed, the process of marshaling the assets and preparing the inventory, the process for valuation of the property and investment of estate funds, the mechanics of distributions and sales during the course of administration, how to handle claims of the estate, and how to conduct a proper accounting. Originally presented as part of Effective Estate Administration, available in its entirety as P1816-18U.
$29.00
Filters
Sort
display