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June 05, 2020

American Bar Association to host webinar series for virtual tax meeting, June 10-July 30

WASHINGTON, June 5, 2020 – The American Bar Association Section of Taxation will hold a Virtual  2020 May Tax Meeting with a series of webinars presented over eight weeks beginning Wednesday, June 10 through July 30. The webinars replace the in-person annual May tax conference that was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The online format provides an opportunity to attend multiple, non-conflicting sessions organized by the section’s committees. The myriad topics range from tax accounting and S corporations to estate taxes and administrative practices.

 Dozens of programs are scheduled and include:

  • “Overcoming Obstacles When Representing Taxpayers with Disabilities”
  • “Issues Faced by Troubled Corporations”
  • “CARES Act Implementation”
  • “Cleaning Up Client’s Past Behavior”
  • “Current Developments in the Federal Income Taxation of S Corporations”
  • “The Digital Era: Digital Services and Their Opaque SALT Consequences”
  • “Changing a Leopard’s Spots: How to Change a Charitable Organization’s Status”
  • “When You Need to Disclose More Than Just a Tax Crime”
  • “Update on Regulations for UBIT ‘Silo’ (Section 512(a)(6)) and Excise Tax on Exempt Organization”
  • “Cryptocurrency from a Financial Transactions Perspective”
  • “SEB in the Time of Corona”
  • “Ethical Issues in Handling a Tax Matter in Court”
  • “Recent Legislation and the Insurance Industry”
  • “Reopening America: Stimulus One, Two, Three, Four!”
  • “The ‘Art’ of Responding to an IDR”
  • “Ethical Issues in Federal Tax Practice – The Government Perspective”

Learn more here, or register for the full series here. For media registration, please contact Barbranda Walls at 202-662-1091 or [email protected].

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