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Join the IRS for Free Tax Reform Webcasts

As a small business owner, responsible for both your individual and business tax return, are you wondering how the new tax reform legislation, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, might affect both you and your employees next year? No worries; the IRS will try to ease your concerns.

In support of National Small Business Week, April 30 – May 4, the IRS is offering free webcasts geared toward educating small business owners on the effects of the new law.

An additional webcast, “the Paycheck Checkup” offers guidelines regarding your employees’ current withholding status and individual income tax return. Considering the 2018 tax changes may cause some big impacts to refund checks, reminding employees to take the correct tax amount out of their paychecks is imperative to help them avoid owing Uncle Sam next filing season.

The 30-minute webcast sessions will be available twice each day, and you can register by clicking the appropriate link to be redirected to the registration page:

  • Session 1– 11 a.m. (ET), 10 a.m. (CT), 9 a.m. (MT), 8 a.m. (PT), 5 a.m. Hawaii
  • Session 2– 1 p.m. (ET), 12 p.m. (CT), 11 p.m. (MT), 10 a.m. (PT), 7 a.m. Hawaii
Webcast Date Topic Registration Link
Monday, April 30 Can I Deduct This? (OIH, Meals, Transportation, Cell Phone) Register for Session 1

Register for Session 2

Tuesday, May 1 Employee v. Independent Contractor Register for Session 1

Register for Session 2

Wednesday, May 2 Pay Now? Pay Later? Can’t Pay? (payment options) Register for Session 1

Register for Session 2

Thursday, May 3 Small Biz Resources @ Your Fingertips (irs.gov, safeguarding data, etc.) Register for Session 1

Register for Session 2

Friday, May 4 Paycheck Check-Up Register for Session 1

Register for Session 2

You can even join the webcasts from your smartphone or tablet. The WebEx app is available from both the Android and Apple stores. For more information on mobile apps, visit the WebEx Products page.

Since the new tax law is the largest tax reform legislation in 30 years, you should definitely take advantage of these free informative webcasts. Should you have any questions, refer to the IRS website: https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/webinars-for-small-businesses.

Of course, we can help you navigate the new tax landscape. For more than three decades, Patrick & Raines CPAs has been privileged to provide complex individual and business tax return services and small business advice to help our clients gain the results they desire.

For your tax planning and preparation, assurance needs, accounting services and more, contact us at Office@CPAsite.com or 904-396-5400.

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