2017 Federal Tax Update with Walter Nunnallee
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The most charismatic and entertaining speaker you will ever hear talk about the topic of tax law, Walter Nunnalee is a cult favorite of the accounting profession.
A highly anticipated event year after year, Walter Nunnalee will be speaking across the state in Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville. As always, you’ll walk away having thoroughly enjoyed his lively and humorous presentation and feeling perfectly prepared for everything the upcoming tax season will throw at you. Who said tax law couldn’t be fun?!
Can’t attend in person? We also offer a popular webcast at the end of the year. You’ll receive the same great content as attending in person without the hassle of travel.
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The course format is designed to update CPAs with various levels of experience.
If as promised, Congress repeals and replaces the Affordable Care Act and/or enacts major tax reform legislation, these new law changes will be covered n detail. In addition, this seminar will provide an in-depth review of all other significant 2017 tax legislation, as well as new tax cases, rulings, and regulations expected to have the most significant impact on individuals and businesses. The presentations will emphasize tax planning opportunities resulting from recent developments.
The course material also includes:
- A checklist of developments first effective in 2017
- A checklist of effective dates of significant tax changes contained in 2017 legislation
- A checklist of retroactive developments that may warrant amended returns
- A checklist of tax provisions expiring after 2017
- A detailed planning section for businesses and individuals, emphasizing planning with 2017 developments
- Selected new or modified federal tax forms for 2017
To review the major developments in federal income taxation for individuals, corporations, and other businesses that have the greatest impact on participants, clients and companies. This course includes a 200+ page reference manual. The seminar is designed to update participants concerning 2017 tax developments emphasizing practical solutions to problems and tax planning opportunities.
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Walter H. Nunnallee, JD, LLM, CPA
Walter H. Nunnallee, Esq., CPA, served as a professor of tax law at North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina from 1986 to 2010. Mr. Nunnallee has also served as visiting interim professor at the University of Florida College of Law and as an adjunct professor of tax law at University of North Carolina School of Law, Duke University School of Law, and the Graduate Tax Program at the University of Florida College of Law.
He worked as a CPA with KPMG, Raleigh, North Carolina from 1975 to 1978, and from 1981 through 1988 he was an attorney with the law firms of Poyner & Spruill and Manning, Fulton and Skinner, Raleigh, North Carolina. His academic credentials include a B.S. from Florida State University, a J.D. from the University of North Carolina, and an LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida (where he finished first in his class).
He has authored numerous tax articles published in the Oregon Law Review, The Tax Lawyer, Tax Notes, and The Review Of Taxation Of Individuals.
Mr. Nunnallee has frequently lectured at tax conferences including the University of Montana School of Law Tax Institute; Southern Federal Tax Institute, Virginia Tax Conference, University of North Carolina School of Law Annual Tax Institute; and various state tax institutes. He is a frequent discussion leader for tax-oriented CPE seminars throughout the country. He is also a member of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants and the North Carolina Bar Association (past chairman of the Tax Section, 1991-92). He serves on the Board of Advisers of the J. Nelson Young Tax Institute.
Mr. Nunnallee has been a partner with Don Farmer, CPA, PA since 1991 presenting tax seminars around the country.Back to Facilitators