MNCPA Tax Conference

M Sessions

Wednesday, November 18,
8 - 8:50 a.m.

M1. 2020 Elections and Their Impact on Tax Policy and Regulations

Speaker(s): David Schultz
NASBA field of study: Taxes - Technical (1)

The 2020 presidential, congressional and state elections are among the most hotly contested in years -- and they could also prove to be immensely consequential for tax policy and business regulations. Examine the factors that impacted the 2020 election results and look ahead to the potential implications for tax and regulatory ripple effects in 2021 and beyond.

M2. Residential Rental Real Estate Case Studies

Speaker(s): Mark Sellner
NASBA field of study: Taxes - Technical (1)

Gain practical insights as you examine case studies on residential real estate tax topics. Get guidance on the distinction between rental property and second homes, renting to family members and sharing economy rentals. Review Schedule E income and deduction items, Form 1099 requirements, passive loss restrictions and depreciation methods. Find out how to distinguish between repairs and capital expenses, learn about trade and business considerations and more.