Live event participants can earn up to 1.5 CPE credits in the Accounting field of study.
Program description: The COVID-19 pandemic caused a profound impact on all industries including government contracting - especially as many businesses have transitioned to teleworking. Consequently, government contractors should take a close look and consider the potential federal and state tax implications of funding programs such as the CARES Act, telework models, TCJA, and more. Both the pandemic and the upcoming election has also present challenges and opportunities with regard to a business’s tax profile in the years to come.
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Current or past experience with government contracting industry planning and/or implementation issues.
Advanced Preparation: None
Topics to be discussed include:
Instructional Delivery Method:
- Considerations for CARES Act, TCJA, and other rulings impacting government contracting businesses
- Impacts of remote working environments on required tax filings
- Implications of the upcoming election on tax planning and M&A transactions
- Understanding differences between federal and state tax regulations in certain situations
Group Internet BasedWho Should Attend:
Those in the government contracting industry interested in learning more about the effects the coronavirus pandemic has had on taxation and perspectives on federal and state tax planning strategies.
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