Blocking and Tackling Wins Games in the Tax Arena

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We all like Top 10 plays, hail marys and goal line stands – they make for good drama and capture our attention. But, it is often perfecting the small things, the blocking and tackling, that determines the outcome of the game. In the current tax environment, there are an endless number of law changes, pending legislation, evolving tax agendas and general mayhem that complicate our jobs. In this webinar, we will focus on some of the critical items that manufacturers and distributors (M&D) need to prioritize to make sure they are "winning the game." DHG tax professionals Joshua Elliott and Jack Small will cover important tax strategies for M&D companies in light of new tax law changes.

Topics Covered:
  • Fixed asset capitalization and recovery
  • Research & Development Credits
  • Cash tax planning
  • Employee Retention Credits
  • State Level Jobs / Capital Investment Credits
  • Nexus / Apportionment Planning
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Domestic Transfer Pricing
  • Sales Tax Refund Reviews
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CPE Information

Recommended CPE Credit

One hour of CPE (pending approval).

Delivery Format

Group Internet Based (each attendee must be logged in and answer the poll questions in order to receive CPE credit).

Who Should Attend

Individuals in the manufacturing and distribution sectors.

Prerequisites / Advance Preparation

None

Course Level

Basic

Program Content

High level discussion of tax strategies on which manufacturers and distributors may want to focus.

Policies

This event is complimentary. Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds issued. If you have any questions regarding administrative policies such as registration or cancellation, please contact webinars@dhg.com.

Questions

Please direct any CPE related questions to DHGU@dhg.com.

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