Memphis Account Fest: Key Partnership and S Corporation Tax Planning Strategies
376 | Course | Intermediate | Scheduled
Most of our clients are pass-through entities for which many of the general business strategies are subject to additional limitations. To provide the tax planning strategies for closely held business clients that will bring more revenue, this course focuses on the special concerns and techniques the practitioner needs to thrive in this market.
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All tax practitioners, both those working in public accounting as well as those in private industry, who are responsible for tax planning for their clients and/or companies
Experience with business clients
- Timely coverage of breaking tax legislation
- Filing requirements for Schedules K-2 and K-3
- Form 7203, S Corporation Shareholder Stock and Debt Basis Limitations
- At-risk and passive activity loss considerations
- Basis planning
- Related party transactions: making them work
- Income-splitting and shifting with family can create considerable benefits
- Sale of ownership interest and NIIT considerations
- Understand how the strategies and techniques in business-related tax planning are modified for pass-throughs
- Understand the special problems when transactions involve the business, its investors, and related businesses and individuals
- Member (Early Bird)
- Non-Member (Early Bird)
Pamela J. Davis-Vaughn, CPA
Pamela J. Davis-Vaughn is a general practitioner providing accounting, tax, and consulting services to clients across the United States from her office in Dallas, Texas.
Her teaching career started when she designed and taught undergraduate and graduate courses in state and local tax at Texas universities, including Baylor, Texas Tech, and the University of Texas in Arlington.
Pam has over 30 years of experience in both public and private accounting sectors. Her public experience ranges from a Big Four firm where she assisted several Fortune 500 companies in restructuring their operations to provide state income and franchise tax savings, participating on the mergers and acquisitions team, and serving as the Southwest Area Employment Tax practice leader to providing tax consulting services for clients of a regional firm in Dallas, Texas.
Her experience in the private sector as CFO of a Dallas-based manufacturer servicing the telecom industry, CFO of a printing and direct mail company, and Tax and Accounting manager of a large independent oil and gas exploration firm provides her with significant insight into the challenges faced by those practicing in industry. In addition to her accounting practice, Pam has ownership in and manages an organic farm in upstate New York, a construction and excavation business in upstate New York, and a printing and direct mail business in Dallas, Texas. She has also worked in the oil fields in Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas.
Pam holds a BS degree in Business and Accounting from the University of Kansas, an MBA from Wichita State University, and has completed post-graduate work in International Tax at New York University. She holds a license to practice in Kansas, Texas, and New York.Back to Instructors