Mark Anderson Presenting "Section 199A: The Adventure Continues"
On Nov. 1, 2018, Aronberg Goldgehn member Mark D. Anderson will present “Section 199A: The Adventure Continues” at the monthly meeting of the Fox Valley Chapter of the Illinois CPA Society.
Mark’s presentation will focus on the proposed regulations to Section 199A and will cover highlights of the regulations. He will discuss, among other topics, the effects the regulations will have on:
- Trades and Businesses
- The Self Employed
- Deductions on Certain Domestic Production Activities
- The Unadjusted Basis Immediately After Acquisition (UBIA) of Qualified Property
- The Rules and the Reporting Requirements for the Aggregation of a Trade or Business
- Consulting, Financial and Brokerage Services
- Relevant Pass Through Entities
Mark will conclude his presentation by providing strategies for using the Section 199A Deduction for S Corp businesses, service providers, real estate partnerships and “gig” workers.
The meeting will take place from 7:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. at the Hilton Inn/Naperville at 3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL.
To register, contact: email@example.com.
2 CPE credits will be offered.
The cost to attend is $40 and includes breakfast.
About Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson represents real estate developers, privately held corporations, limited liability companies, and family enterprises consisting of various corporations, LLCs and trusts in a wide range of tax and general business law matters. He also maintains an estate planning practice, which is a value-added service to business owners and their families.
Mark has provided general business representation, tax and financing advice in connection with numerous business acquisitions and mergers, structuring of new business formations, long-term operating businesses, multi-family housing real estate developments, shopping centers and hotels. This representation has involved private and publicly owned corporations, employee pension funds and their investment advisors, and numerous syndicated and non-syndicated partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies and S-corporations.
He also has extensive experience in tax planning and trust and estate administration on behalf of business owners and their families, coordinating tax planning with efficient business operations. These planning services are provided within the framework of maintaining family plans for income and asset distribution, economic control and asset protection.
In addition to his core tax and estate planning practice, Mark enjoys working on complex LLC operating agreements and is a frequent speaker on this subject, as well as asset protection planning and related matters.