After months and months of discussion, the tax reform legislation has passed Congress and the President has signed it. It is the biggest tax reform in over 30 years! People are asking themselves now what? Do you understand how the tax reform will affect you and your business? In an effort to help the community understand the changes and the impact, Ketel Thorstenson is offering an informational session of explanation.
The speakers will be Paul Thorstenson, CPA, ABV, CVA, Partner, Kevin Sickels, CPA, Partner, Jennifer Konvalin, CPA, Partner, and Michelle Minnerath, CPA, Partner. The session will steer area businesses and individuals through the wide sweeping changes. The following is scheduled to be covered.
- Details of the most significant tax overhaul since 1986
- Lower tax brackets
- Restructuring deductions and credits
- Cutting corporate tax rates
- New 20% deduction for businesses (except C Corp)
It will conclude with a question and answer session.
“We want to help individuals and businesses navigate these law changes to pay the least tax possible,” stated Paul Thorstenson, Partner at Ketel Thorstenson, LLP.
The session is co-sponsored by Western Dakota Tech and will be held at the WDT event center at 800 Mickelson Drive, Rapid City on January 9 from 5:15 to 7 p.m. There is no cost to attend, RSVPs requested by Jan. 5 to 605-716-3284 or RSVP@ktllp.com. Space is limited.
Ketel Thorstenson, LLP (KTLLP) is a full-service firm with 18 partners, over 60 Certified Public Accountants on staff, and offices in Rapid City, Custer, and Spearfish, South Dakota. KTLLP has a rich history, serving clients since 1936 and a depth of knowledge and experience that clients rely on and trust. The firm offers a variety of services including: tax planning and return preparation, audit services, QuickBooks support, Xero support, bookkeeping, payroll, business valuation, business consulting and estate planning.
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