Information Collection & Maintenance Related to the New Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Regulations
Don’t miss out on this important session featuring our guest speaker, Melanie Lauridsen, Director of Tax Practice & Ethics at AICPA. She will be speaking about the new Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Regulations that take effect on January 1, 2024, and how they will affect taxpayers. At the center of this discussion is the need for businesses to understand their filing obligations and the implications to non-attorney practitioners supporting their clients. There will be an open Q&A session following Melanie’s presentation.
This session of NCCPAP NOW will start off with NCCPAP’s National President, Frank E. Sands, CPA who will give an update on various issues and topics affecting practitioners. Next, you will hear from our IRS liaison and tax committee co-chair, Stephen F. Mankowski, CPA, CGMA, regarding specifics on the status of IRS Notices, Congressional legislation, and pending laws affecting your practices and your clients, based on NCCPAP’s recent visits with various legislators in Washington, D.C. After that, our featured speaker will discuss the new BOI Regulations.
As always, our M.C. will be Neil H. Fishman, CPA, CFE, FCPA, CAMS.
Register now for this NCCPAP NOW Session.
- When: Monday, June 12, 2023 | 10AM-11:30AM ET
- Location: Zoom Meeting
- Price: Free
- 1.5 CPEs (Taxes)
Frank E. Sands, CPA
AICPA Director – Tax Practice & Ethics
|Stephen F. Mankowski, CPA, CGMA
NCCPAP Tax Co-Chair
More About Melanie Lauridsen, Our Guest Speaker
Melanie Lauridsen is a director of the Tax Practice & Ethics division of the AICPA in Washington, DC. She has a Masters in Accountancy from GWU. She worked at PwC and then Argy, Wiltse and Robinson before working at the AICPA. At the AICPA she’s worked with the Tax Policy & Advocacy team in which she handled tax administration matters and was the main liaison to the IRS. Through the Tax Practice & Ethics team, Melanie helps with the strategic direction for resources, education, and materials necessary for CPAs to be recognized as the premier providers of tax services.