The current tax landscape has been enveloped by a dense fog of uncertainty over the future of the Bush tax cuts, estate tax relief and economic stimulus provisions. On Election Day, voters will choose the leaders who will navigate us through this fog, with your wallet hanging in the balance. Whoever wins in November will determine the fate of these expiring tax provisions as well as potentially corporate and international tax reform.
Join us on November 7 as we shed some light on how the outcome of the election will influence what happens during the lame duck session in the balance of 2012 and what the new Congress will do in 2013. We will look at what tax provisions have already expired, what is set to expire at year-end and their prospects for extension. We will also discuss how the new Congress may address broader corporate and international tax reform.
Date: November 7, 2:00 - 3:00 pm EDT
CPE: 1 hour in Taxation
Intended Audience: This webinar series is intended for CEOs, CFOs, tax directors, other financial executives of middle-market businesses and their advisors.
Stephen C. Henley, CPA
Steve Henley is the National Tax Practice Leader for CBIZ. Steve's responsibilities include developing and implementing strategies for the successful operation of the tax practice, including national support for the CBIZ MHM's local tax practices through the National Tax Office.
William M. Smith, Esq.
Bill Smith is a managing director in the CBIZ National Tax Office. Bill monitors federal tax legislation and consults nationally on a broad range of foreign and domestic tax services for businesses and individuals, including mergers and acquisitions, domestic and international investments or divestitures, and the review, negotiation and drafting of tax aspects of business agreements.