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TAX REFORM AND 2018 UPDATES FOR YOUR CLIENTS: WHERE ARE WE NOW?

Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.5 hours

Recorded DateNovember 16, 2018
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

The presentation will provide accountants and other tax professionals with a discussion of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, other tax legislation, administrative guidance, and federal tax cases. Topics covered will include:
 


  • Changes to individual income taxation (including extenders) 

  • Changes to pass-through taxation

  • Section 199A and the 20% qualified business income deduction 

  • Excess business loss limitations

  • Partnership audit changes 

  • Changes to corporate taxation 

  • Net operating loss changes

  • Dividend received deduction modifications 

  • Limitations on business interest deduction 

  • Changes to compensation and benefits

  • Changes to international taxation 

  • Impact on state and local taxation from federal tax reform

  • Conformity issues

  • Deemed repatriation impact on SALT

  • Global Intangible Low-Tax Income impact on SALT

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Joshua Wu, former Deputy Assistant Attorney General (DAAG) for Appellate and Review in the Tax Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ), counsels and advocates for companies and high net worth individuals on all aspects of tax controversies and litigation. Mr. Wu advises on issues ranging from tax accounting disputes, to corporate and partnership transactional issues, international questions, employee benefits matters, and tax-exempt controversies. He brings a unique knowledge base and skill set to his clients, drawing on his experience both in senior leadership roles in the DOJ’s Tax Division and in private practice.

Most recently, when Mr. Wu served as DAAG, he oversaw virtually all appeals in civil federal tax cases throughout the country and managed a 40-lawyer team. He also represented the United States in appellate oral arguments, evaluated and approved significant civil settlement offers, and furnished advice to the Tax Division’s trial sections in complex tax cases.

Mr. Wu previously served as DAAG for Policy and Planning, where he led the Office of Management and Administration (OMA) at DOJ. In that role, he led the operational functions of the Tax Division and led the Office of Legislation and Policy, which works with the Department of Treasury, the IRS, and other agencies on legislative, regulatory, and policy initiatives. Prior to his government service, Mr. Wu was a partner at a large international law firm. 

 

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