Business and Industry Fest: Five Critical Issues That CPAs in Industry Will Need to Face This Year
109 | Course | Intermediate | Scheduled
In this session we will tackle pressing issues at a “need to know” level and then discuss the practical implications. You will come away armed with the “big picture.” Preparedness is half the battle, so do not miss this critical briefing.
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Practicing CPAs with a need to stay on top of the issues and trends that will affect their practice this year
Some experience as a CPA in a corporate environment
Specific topics will be decided on at the beginning of 2019, but may include:
* Impact of the new 20% deduction for pass-through entity owners and investors in real estate
* Other business impacts of tax reform
* Impact of new accounting pronouncements
* Personal information and privacy
* Understand the impacts of tax changes and recent accounting pronouncements on CPAs in industry
- Member (Early Bird)
- Non-Member (Early Bird)
L. B. McClure, CPA
Brent McClure owns L. Brent McClure, CPA where he focuses primarily on CFO Services and Advisory. Prior to focusing on this full time, he spent 5 years as a CFO for privately held companies.
Before transitioning to a CFO role, Mr. McClure spent 14 years in public accounting and consulting roles. His client service experience included emerging growth, middle market, and large multinational companies, both public and privately held. Mr. McClure worked with a variety of industries primarily in the service, manufacturing and distribution industry space, but also in construction, technology and other industries.
Mr. McClure is a licensed CPA in Alabama and Mississippi and is a CGMA. He obtained a MBA from Tulane University and gained a lot of skills and knowledge from growing up in the family grocery store.Back to Instructors