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The federal tax reform package - the first large-scale federal tax reform in 30 years - was enacted late last year, and most of its provisions are already in effect. Time then for a wrap-up: What's in the reform package for trucking companies? Is it positive or negative? And is tax reform over now, or is there more to come?
Bob Pitcher, ATA's Vice President, State Laws, and staff manager of the ATA Tax Policy Committee, will address these questions and others in this webinar, for ATA members only. Bob will cover the major changes in the structure of the income tax and the specific provisions that pertain to traditional C corporations and to pass-through businesses. And he'll speculate on how the states may alter their own taxes to take advantage of the federal changes - and whether there might in fact be more federal changes.
About the Presenter:
Robert C. Pitcher, Vice President, State Laws, American Trucking Associations
Bob Pitcher has worked for the American Trucking Associations for nearly thirty years, involved for the most part in tax policy at both the state and federal levels. He staffs both the ATA Tax Policy Committee and has staffed the ATA Insurance Task Force since 2003. Bob is admitted to the bar in Illinois and the District of Columbia, and as corporate counsel in Virginia.
ATA members who are also members of the National Accounting and Finance Council (NAFC) are eligible for an hour of CPE credit for attending this webinar. NAFC membership is currently complimentary for ATA members. For details on the CPE and membership, contact Jenny Wieroniey at NAFC, at email@example.com.
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