Business Law: 1.50
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Keep Your Knowledge and Advice Current
With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act came big changes to tax-exempt organizations. Are you in the know with these new rules? If not, you need to be! Such changes as new rules for excise tax, UBTI/UBIT changes, modifications regarding deductions for local lobbying expenditures and many more are having major impacts on tax-exempts. Don't miss out on this opportunity to hear from expert faculty regarding these timely topics. Register today!
This program is designed for attorneys. Accountants will also benefit.
Session time: 1:00 - 2:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: Leonard M. Cole
including - Business Law: 1.50
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This is an Intermediate level program presented in a group internet-based setting. Accountants should have a basic understanding of tax-exempt organizations. No advanced preparation is required. Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to: 1. State two income tax withholding changes. 2. State what the new rules are regarding excise tax on employee compensation and endowments. 3. State what the changes to UBTI/UBIT are. Field(s) of Study -- Business Law.
LEONARD M. COLE, an attorney with Cole Nonprofits Law, LLC, has been focusing exclusively in nonprofits and tax law for almost two decades. He advises and represents nonprofit clients on a wide range of corporate, tax, regulatory and transactional matters. Mr. Cole regularly works with charities, foundations, associations, schools and other educational organizations, international organizations, and other categories of exempt organizations. Before opening Cole Nonprofits Law, LLC, in 2012, he was the principal nonprofits law attorney at a regional firm in Portland, Maine. Prior to that, Mr. Cole practiced tax law in international law firms in New York and Boston and advised nonprofit organizations extensively at smaller firms in both cities. He earned his undergraduate degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston; his law degree, cum laude, from Duke University School of Law; and his Master of Laws in taxation from New York University School of Law.