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MNCPA Tax Conference

Speakers

  • William Bowen

    William Bowen

    Lamplighter, Inc., Key Largo, FL

    R1: A Complaint Free World
    Practice positive leadership in a negative world. Learn what is (and isn’t) complaining, why we do it, how it affects your health, happiness, relationships and career, and how to get others (and yourself) to stop.

  • Robert S. Keebler

    Robert S. Keebler

    Keebler & Associates, LLP, Green Bay, WI

    I1. Capital Gain Planning Opportunities in 2022
    2021 may be a critical year for your clients to front-run potential changes to capital gain rates and design and implement strategies to mitigate the increase. Learn about possible changes and the opportunities and challenges they could bring.

    L1. Estate Planning in 2022 & Beyond
    2021 started with the proposal of massive changes to federal tax policy, with many of those changes directed toward wealthy Americans. Find out how that, along with the fiscal stimulus from Congress, could have tremendous implications for your clients.

  • Susan Smith, CPA

    Susan Smith

    Surgent, Radnor, PA

    M2. The Employee Retention Tax Credit: Latest Developments
    The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was expanded in 2021 to encourage small businesses to invest in new opportunities. The passing of the infrastructure bill could bring even more changes. Stay up to date so you can advise your clients.

    N2. Choosing the Right Business Entity
    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act came with new considerations for choosing a business entity, and more could be on the way. Learn about current options so you can help clients as they re-examine their determinations.

    O1. Planning for Proposed 2022 Tax Changes
    President Biden is proposing changes in the tax code. Learn about those changes, including the American Jobs Plan, the American Families Plan and other recent developments.

  • Marta Zaniewski

    Marta Zaniewski

    AICPA, Washington D.C.

    A1. AICPA State Regulatory and Legislative Update
    A valuable update directly from the AICPA. Find out which issues are taking priority in the profession and discuss what’s on the horizon as states begin looking ahead to the 2022 legislative session.

  • Edward K. Zollars, CPA

    Edward K. Zollars

    Kaplan Financial Education, La Crosse, WI

    D2. Income Tax Issues with Bankruptcy and Cancellations of Indebtedness
    CPAs don't normally have to deal with the complexity of cancelled debts until times get tough. Make sure you understand the current rules so you can help your clients avoid negative tax impacts.

    E2. Refunds Are Awaiting: Understanding the Employee Retention Credits
    The Employee Retention Credit got little notice in 2020, but now that the rules have changed, many clients and advisers may be overlooking substantial refunds. Learn how to identify and work with clients who have unclaimed employee retention credits.

    F2. What's Happening in Partnerships and S Corporations in 2021?
    Even as COVID-19 relief issues kept our attention in 2020 and 2021, many developments took place in the area of partnerships and S corporations. Get caught up so you can help your clients avoid issues with the IRS.


Boz
Bostrom

College of St. Benedict & St. John's University
Collegeville, MN


William
Bowen

Lamplighter, Inc.
Key Largo, FL


Sarah
Bronson

Minnesota Department of Revenue
Saint Paul, MN


Shehan
Chandrasekera

CoinTracker
San Francisco, CA


Tony
Chiappetta

CHIPS
White Bear Township, MN


Iris
Chung

Eide Bailly LLP
Boulder, CO


Robert
Doty

Minnesota Department of Revenue
Saint Paul, MN


Jeremiah
Doyle

BNY Mellon Wealth Management
Boston, MA


Sarah
Elliott

Intend2Lead
Austin, TX


Geno
Fragnito

Minnesota Society of CPAs
Bloomington, MN


Sarah
Gengenbach

Redpath and Company, Ltd.
White Bear Lake, MN


Toby
Groves

Toby Groves, PhD
Cincinnati, OH


John
Gupta

Eide Bailly LLP
Boulder, CO


Will
Hill

Thomson Reuters
Ann Arbor, MI


Robert
Keebler

Keebler & Associates, LLP
Green Bay, WI


Dan
Kidney

Wipfli LLP
Minneapolis, MN


Brandon
Lagarde

Postlethwaite & Netterville
Baton Rouge, LA


Jonathan
Lokhorst

Lokhorst Consulting LLC
Princeton, MN


Tom
McCarr

PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
Minneapolis, MN


Paul
Neiffer

CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Walla Walla, WA


Justin
Neiman

Minnesota Department of Revenue
Saint Paul, MN


Robert
Nordlander

Nordlander CPA, PLLC
Colfax, NC


Mayra
Pena

Baker Tilly US, LLP
Chicago, IL


Kathleen
Pfutzenreuter

Wagner Tax Law
Minneapolis, MN


Charles
Selcer

Schechter Dokken Kanter CPAs
Minneapolis, MN


Mark
Sellner

Sellner Tax Consulting, LLC
Sarasota, FL


Donny
Shimamoto

IntrapriseTechKnowlogies LLC
Honolulu, HI


Susan
Smith

Surgent
Radnor, PA


Frank
Stitely

Stitely & Karstetter, PLLC
Chantilly, VA


Ashley
Sullivan

MS Consultants, LLC
Amherst, NY


Adam
Sweet

Eide Bailly LLP
Spokane, WA


Naomi
Taylor

Pleasant Spirit Consulting
Little Canada, MN


Roger
Upton

MS Consultants, LLC
Pittsford, NY


Benjamin
Wagner

Wagner Tax Law
Minneapolis, MN


Linda
Wedul

Minnesota Society of CPAs
Bloomington, MN


Ronald
Wirtz

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN


Masha
Yevzelman

Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.
Minneapolis, MN


Stephen
Yoss

K2 Enterprises
Hammond, LA


Kelly
Young

Baker Tilly US, LLP
Philadelphia, PA


Marta
Zaniewski

AICPA
Washington, DC


Edward
Zollars

Kaplan Financial Education
La Crosse, WI