NCCPAP NOW: Session 2: Current Topics Affecting the Profession

When:  Feb 28, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (ET)
Associated with  NATIONAL

When: Monday, February 28, 2022 | 10AM-11AM ET

Associated with: NCCPAP National

Topic: NCCPAP NOW: Current Topics Affecting the Profession

Date: Monday, February 28, 2022

10AM-11AM ET

Location: Zoom Meeting

Speakers: Mark A. Stewart, Jr., CPA; Stephen Mankowski, CPA, CGMA; and Michael Seidenberg, CPA

Pricing: Free

1 CPE (Specialized Knowledge) per session


Course Overview:

This session comprises the second event in our series of three educational events, covering the latest happenings in the profession, a tax update (based on current legislation at the moment), regulatory issues, and a feature presentation by the Westchester/Rockland Chapter. Westchester/Rockland will focus on pass-through entity tax (PTET) challenges for CPAs who advise Subchapter S, LLC, and other affected clients in one or more of the 20 states affected.


Save the date for #3 in the NCCPAP NOW series on May 2 at 10AM ET.



Learning Objectives:

By attending the NCCPAP NOW series, you will be able to identify the most recent economic, regulatory, tax, and other current events affecting CPA firms, including, but not limited to NCCPAP national activity regarding tax regulations and Congress, practitioner and taxpayer issues, CPA practice tips and learnings, and other news items affecting your practices and your clients.


Recognize current and upcoming legislation during this tax season. We will identify and communicate NCCPAP’s position and response, discuss applicable letters to Congress, and present issues affecting practitioners and taxpayers. At the end of this second session, you will understand ID Me Authentication updates, including facial recognition requirements for taxpayers, 1099-K issues relative to online sales over $600, tax season extension implications, and pass-through entity issues affecting your state or your clients’ states.


Learn how to speak with your clients about the pass-through entity tax workarounds. In response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)—which limited an individual’s state and local tax (SALT) deduction to $10,000—states have been exploring pass-through entity tax workarounds. Recently, the IRS gave guidance to allow state tax deductions at the pass-through entity level and opened the floodgates to states enacting pass-through entity taxes in the ensuing months. Those states involved where most of our chapters are likely to have clients include Connecticut, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island.


At the end of each speaker’s presentation, there will be a Q&A session open to all event attendees.



Program Pre-requisite: None
Program Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None
Type of Delivery: Group Internet Based

This program is sponsored by the NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CPA PRACTITIONERS INC.  State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

NASBA: 108369

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