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4.0 Credits

Every year there are new, and enduring, issues that affect CPAs working in business and industry. This conference is designed to address important economic trends, and regulatory issues that affect you and your organization. Download the conference flyer.

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CPAs in private business and industry seeking an annual update on pressing issues for corporate CPAs


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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

General Sessions

Presented by:  Jared W. Watson, CFA, CFP - Director and Portfolio Manager at BlackRock Private Investors

Session details coming soon

Presented by: Michael Dick, CPA - Director, Financial Reporting at Sun Chemical Corporation

• ASC 606 Revenue update
• ASC 842 Leases 
    o Overview of the standard and fundamental principles 
    o Comparison of old and new lease standards
    o Transition approaches
    o Financial statement disclosure
• The New Credit Loss Model
• Newly issued and effective standards, including:
    o Statement of Cash Flows and Restricted Cash
    o Definition of a Business
    o Presentation of Pension Costs
    o Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement

Presented by:  Jeannette Repaci - Managing Director at Deloitte Tax LLP


Eric Villanova - Senior Manager at Deloitte Tax LLP


Section 199A is a deduction included in the 2017 Tax Act to even the playing field with corporations that benefited from its significant cut in the corporate tax rate. The deduction is effective for tax years beginning in 2018 and is available for tax years beginning before December 31, 2025. It allows owners to deduct up to 20 percent of the domestic qualified business income (QBI) earned by the business on the owner’s tax return, subject to other significant limitations. The government issued final regulations for this deduction in February 2019.  In this presentation, we will provide important insights into the regulations under Section 199A and practical understandings of the calculations required for compliance.

Presented by:  Shirley Sicilian - National Director of State and Local Tax Controversy at KPMG LLP

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Wayfair certainly changed our sales and use tax nexus analysis for individual sellers.  But that was just a start.  Nine months later, the Court’s decision is interacting with new business models and technology to expand the types of entities that states are requiring to collect.  In addition, after initially focusing on sales and use taxes, states are beginning to address Wayfair implications in the corporate income tax context.  Our presentation will give an update on the initial impacts of Wayfair, and then cover some of these secondary impacts as well.

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How would you like to receive your course materials?:

We will print a manual and provide it to you at registration the morning of the program.

Your registration fee includes an electronic copy of the course manual.  Your eMaterials will be available for download in the “My CPE” area of the website one week before the program date. Please note: program cancellations will not be allowed once you have downloaded your eMaterials from the website. 

Copyright note: Reproduction or distribution of the manual or any portion of it is prohibited unless written permission is obtained from the course provider.

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