New Tax Laws For 2018 Real Estate and Small Business (TAXMAGEDDON-Webinar REPLAY)

New Tax Laws For 2018 Real Estate and Small Business. What Every Business Owner Investor Needs to Know!

New Tax Laws, tax cuts and jobs act for 2018 Real Estate Small Business 2018 Explained. Easy to understand watch & listen in as Toby Mathis delivers answeres to questions from live attendees regarding the 2018 tax updates and new tax laws. 📺 👉https://youtu.be/QNeAkTWdWNQ

Passed towards the end of 2017 the tax cut and jobs act is going to have an impact on most all business owners and taxpayers for the 2018 tax year. Grab a pen or take notes online as one of Andersons founding partners and top tax attorney, Toby Mathis explaines the new tax laws and changes.

Get informed now so you’re not tax surprised with all the changes later. A few minutes of your time now can have a significant POSITIVE IMPACT and help you realize the deductions you are entitled to. Don’t be caught off guard by the 2018 tax reform bill and changes!

Many changes with deductibility Section 179, big equipment deductions, Section 199, standard deduction and itemized deductions, Schedule A 1040, medical deductions, acquisition indebtedness, mortgage interest, Schedule E for the 2018 new tax laws have taken place.

This and much more is answered during this provocative webinar.

As a business owner you want to be sure to know precisely all the tax write offs you can take especially when it comes to the new rule for meals and entertainment.

Audience questions were answered during this 1:30:00 minute webinar. This tax update webinar for 2018 is current with our tax laws. You’re getting the best tax information from one of the nations biggest tax and asset protection attorneys, Toby Mathis of Anderson Business Advisors.

Toby explains a great many of the new tax laws in affect for small, medium and large businesses in 2018.

This is just some of what’s covered in this webinar:

* Flat tax rate imposed on C corps – What does this mean to companies? How will it impact both the individual, the small business owner, and the investor?

* Are you an individual using Schedule A? – BIG CHANGES… the tide has changed but we’ll guide you to safety.

* Changes in charitable deductions for 2018, an increase in Standard deductions.

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International Tax Reform December 2018 Updates FATCA – TTFI – GILTI

MORE HERE: https://www.irsmedic.com/blog/2018/12/ttfi-fatca-updates.html

Tax Reform 1.0, aka the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has some very unpleasant surprises for those with income and assets overseas. The good news is there is a stand alone bi-partisan legislation that will be presented for Congress to vote on and for President Trump to sign into law that will allow Americans living overseas to “opt-out” of the US tax code by simply filing a certificate that they are in compliance foe the past three years and now live outside the US.

If this is passed into law, the burdens of compliance for the US exapt will be greatly reduced.

In this video, Advocate for Americans Overseas, Keith Redmond and Attorney John Richardson of citizenshipsolutions.ca join tax attorney Anthony E. Parent as they discuss the proposed laws, regulations and potential law suit that could greatly help those frustrated by a tax regime that seems rather out of control.

In particular the three discuss

– An end to Citizenship-Based taxation and replacing it with a true territorial tax system

– Potential relief for The Transition Tax (Section 965) and Global Intangible Low Tax Income (GILTI) along with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
– The IRS’s offshore disclosure program for those with criminal exposure. While the acronym has stayed the same as OVDP, it now stands for Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Practice instead he prior Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program. The three agree that very few expats should ever be scared into an OVDP and if a disclosure program is needed, a Streamlined Disclosure is far for preferential.

Ultimately what is needed right now from everyone concerned is unity. No matter your political affilication, the law needs to be changed. The law fails to raise revenue effectively and it is just morally wrong to tax people who are tax residents of outher countries.

It is essential that everyone contact Congress and makes their voices be heard: Territorial Tax for Individuals must pass!

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Deloitte Tax Policy and Technical Services Partner Tom Maguire’s overview of recent international tax developments, as well Deloitte Financial Services Tax Partner Conor Hynes and International Tax Partner Karen Frawley discussing BEPS and what it means for businesses with a presence in Ireland. http://deloi.tt/1Z3muvQ

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