Join McGuireWoods for a webinar series on the ramifications of the 2017 Tax Act for individuals, corporations, pass-through entities, nonprofit organizations and other business entities. Webinars will provide essential, timely insight on how to navigate the sweeping reforms based on our lawyers’ deep regulatory and legislative experience.
Impact of the 2017 Tax Act on Renewable Energy Projects
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 | 12-1 p.m. ET
Featuring McGuireWoods attorneys Durham C. McCormick Jr., Becky H. Diffen, Russell W. Sullivan, Harold Hancock, and Daniel M. Chung
Join lawyers from McGuireWoods’ renewable energy and tax policy practices for an overview of the tax law ramifications for these projects and a look at how the renewable energy market is shaping up for 2018.
Tax Reform and the Impact on Domestic & International Businesses
Thursday, January 11, 2018 | 12-1 p.m. ET
Featuring McGuireWoods attorneys Harold Hancock, Russell W. Sullivan, Rosemary Becchi, Gerald V. Thomas II, and Robert G. McElroy
Partners from McGuireWoods’ business tax and tax policy group will provide insight on the domestic and international tax provisions of the bill and its impact on C-corporations, partnerships and other pass-through entities.
Tax Reform and the Impact on You and Your Estate
Thursday, January 18, 2018 | 12-1 p.m. ET
Featuring McGuireWoods attorneys Ronald D. Aucutt, Andrea C. Chomakos, Adam M. Damerow, and Kristen Frances Hager
Members of the firm’s private wealth services group will discuss tax changes affecting estates, trusts and individuals with a focus on practical planning and steps to take advantage of new tax provisions.
Tax Reform and the Impact on Employee Benefits
Thursday, January 25, 2018 | 12-1 p.m. ET
Featuring McGuireWoods attorneys G. William Tysse and Taylor Wedge French
Members of the firm’s employee benefits and executive compensation team will address tax reform’s impact on excess compensation of tax-exempt organizations; compensation deduction rule changes for public companies; a new tax planning tool for private employer equity awards; changes to qualified retirement plan and fringe-benefit rules; and the implications for employers going forward.
Tax Reform and the Impact on Tax-Exempt Organizations
Thursday, February 1, 2018 | 12-1 p.m. ET
Members of the firm’s nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations team will review the anticipated effects of the tax law changes on charitable giving and the specific provisions enacted that directly impact nonprofits, including rcolleges and universities, as well as their employees and donors.
For additional updates on tax reform, visit our blog, Take Stock: Tax and Employee Benefits Today.
For more information please contact Andrew Brennan at [email protected] or +1 202 857 2940