14th Annual Federal Tax Law Symposium
Date: Nov 16, 2022 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Richard Greenberg
- Greenberg & Schulman
- Glenn A. Henkel, Esq.
- Kulzer & DiPadova PA, Haddonfield
- Frank Agostino, Esq.
- Agostino & Associates PC, Hackensack
- Jonathan G. Blattmachr
- Jonathan G. Blattmachr, Melbourne
- Alan F. Kornstein, Esq.
- McCarter & English LLP, Newark
Glenn Henkel and Rich Greenberg will once again moderate and present the Annual Federal Tax Law Symposium. Glenn, Rich and their panel of experienced taxation law attorneys have their fingers on the pulse of the latest topics important to your clients and your practice.
The Inflation Reduction Act and other recent legislation has revolutionized the tax world. This program will focus on some of the “aftermath” and how to deal with it. The speakers will also examine the use of virtual currency in estate planning, contractual aspects of purchase price allocations, estate planning under the SECURE Act and important aspects of section 2053.
Whether you represent individuals or entities, this program will supply you with the latest and most effective information to best serve your clients.
- Cryptocurrency, NFT’s and Estate Planning
How to value and plan for decentralized currency and virtual tokens
- Tax Controversy Update
The Inflation Reduction Act will provide about $79 billion of additional funding over ten years for the IRS. How will the IRS spend this money and when will we see it in our practices?
- Contractual Aspects of Purchase Price Allocations
It is prudent for asset purchase agreements to contain language requiring agreement on purchase price allocation so that the IRS doesn’t challenge the allocation submitted by either or both parties. This segment will review the methods for purchase price allocations and considerations important to both buyers and sellers.
- Estate Planning SECUREly and the New 2053 Regs.
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of 2020 contains some provisions that allow the government to get access to retirement savings sooner so that money can be taxed. This segment will review methods to safeguard your client’s assets under the act. It will also contain a review of some important provisions of Section 2053.
- Changes in the Estate Planning Arena
- And more!