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2.0 Credits

Public Act 18-49 was signed into law by Governor Dannel Malloy on May 31, 2018, as an attempt to mitigate some of the harmful consequences of federal tax reform on Connecticut taxpayers. The legislation fundamentally changes how Connecticut taxes income earned by partnerships and S corporations, including LLCs treated as partnerships and S corporations for federal income tax purposes (referred to collectively as ‘pass-through entities’).  This change, applicable to tax years beginning January 1, 2018, has left tax preparers scrambling for implementation guidance.

Join us on August 28 for this two-hour session and learn from members of the CTCPA State Taxation Committee about this new legislation.  The session will focus on the practical implications of the new tax on your clients, including a review of the administrative guidance issued by the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services and potential planning opportunities.  Based on discussions with the Department, guidance regarding the credits that will be made available to owners of pass-through entities that pay the new tax is scheduled to be issued by mid-August and will be covered as part of this presentation.

The presentation will close with a question and answer session.

Our expert panel includes Attorney Alan Lieberman from Shipman and Goodwin, Tony Switajewski from BlumShapiro, Patrick Duffany from CohnReznick, and Matthew Dayton from the Department of Revenue Services.

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Tax preparers.
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