Courtyard by Marriot
100 South Fountain Ave.
Springfield, OH 45502
7:00 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013
Sales | Retail
Tax Update SeminarTo the Edge – and Back – What the Fiscal Cliff Deal Means for Your TaxesJoin us for a candid discussion of what the American Tax Relief Act (“ATRA”) means (and does not mean) for you in 2013. We will address some of the key tax law changes that will impact individuals, estates, and businesses. We will also address certain planning opportunities that are still available.Ohio’s Use Tax Amnesty Program and why it’s Important to Ohio TaxpayersOhio has hired additional auditors to ramp up enforcement of Ohio’s use tax provisions and has promulgated a list of 300,000 companies the State feels might owe use tax. Your company might be on the list! We will address what use tax is, how the tax might apply to your business, Ohio’s Amnesty Program, how the state plans to audit Ohio taxpayers, and what you can do now to avoid major headaches down the road.When:
• Wednesday, January 30, 2012
• 7:00 – 8:00: Registration & Hot Breakfast
• 8:00 – 9:30: Program
• Courtyard by Marriot, 100 South Fountain Ave., Springfield, OH 45502This event is offered to clients, colleagues & friends of Clark Schaefer Hackett at no charge. CPE credit will be available. Seating is limited – please respond early. Confirmations will be sent by email.ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
Rebecca Peyton serves as tax advisor for clients ranging from closely-held and family owned business to multi-million dollar corporations and partnerships. She assists clients with federal, state and local tax issues, including income and estate tax planning. Becky has significant experience with private foundations and partnerships.
Nancy Cavanaugh serves as tax advisor to a variety of clients ranging from closely-held family owned business to multi-million dollar corporations as well as a variety of individual clients. Nancy serves as the primary advisor to the stakeholders and owners providing counsel on income tax issues as well as succession planning. Nancy has significant experience in representing clients in tax controversies with the IRS.
Bill Hallmark is an experienced tax advisor to privately held businesses and their owners. He specializes in State and Local Tax (SALT) matters. As an attorney, Bill is skilled at representing clients before taxing jurisdictions, making him integral to the firm’s federal and state tax controversy practice. Bill’s strong specialties enhance his depth and breadth as a full service tax advisor.