2019 IRS Tax Forums

Attend an IRS Tax Forum and hear sessions from NSA's highly rated speaker team.


NSA Will Be Presenting CPE Seminars at the 2019 IRS Tax Forums

NSA's own Kathy Hettick and Gene Bell will be presenting their highly-regarded educational programs at all five of this year's forums. These sessions are consistently rated among the best that the Tax Forums have to offer. NSA suggests that you arrive early for these programs in order to get the best seats possible.

Another Look at LLCs in Light of the TCJA (Advanced)

LLCs are very popular but they can be very confusing and complicated for tax reporting purposes. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act makes the business entity selection more important than ever so it is essential that you understand the various tax aspects of the LLC. We will examine the broad range of taxation issues from single member disregarded entities reported on Schedule C, to multiple member LLCs taxed as partnerships or corporations and the elections that are available. Included in this session are real life examples, potential hazards, and resources to help you understand the complexity of taxing the LLC. This session is presented by the National Society of Accountants, www.nsacct.org. 

Fringe Benefits and the S-Corporation… the who, what, how of reporting (Advanced)              

Your clients need to attract and keep a quality workforce, as well as take full advantage of the S-Corporation entity. Do you feel comfortable discussing employee and shareholder fringe benefits? To assist your clients, it is essential to know how to navigate the numerous and complicated fringe benefit issues for S-Corporations. The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act imposed new limitations and exclusions. We will examine taxable and non-taxable fringe benefits, when is a shareholder considered an employee, and family attribution rules. We will cover the tax reporting details of the most common benefits: retirement plans, health insurance, life insurance, meals & lodging, company autos, and more. Included in this session are real life examples, scenarios, and resources to keep you in compliance and help your clients make the most of these benefits. This session is presented by the National Society of Accountants,  www.nsacct.org.

NSA's Speakers at the 2019 IRS Tax Forums 
 
Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP
   
Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP

Kathy Hettick, EA, ABA, ATP, has been the owner and principal of an accounting and tax practice for over 23 years. She has held numerous leadership positions at local, state, and national levels, including WAA President and currently serves as NSA's President 2015-2016.

 

Gene Bell, EA, ATA, CFP, is the owner and president of Gene Bell & Associates, Inc. where he provides personal and business tax preparation and planning as well as wealth management services. He was awarded the NSA Distinguished Service Award for 2012.

 

2019 IRS Tax Forum Dates and Locations

City Dates Early Bird* 
Rate: $235
Standard Rate: $255 Late Registration
Rate: $370
Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center 
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD 20745
July 9-11 6/15/19
5:00pm EST
6/16/19 to 6/25/19 5:00pm EST After 6/25/19 5:00pm EST
Hyatt Regency Chicago 
151 E Upper Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
July 23-25 6/15/19
5:00pm EST
6/16/19 to 7/9/19 5:00pm EST After 7/9/19 5:00pm EST
Hyatt Regency New Orleans 
601 Loyola Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70113
August 6-8 6/15/19
5:00pm EST
6/16/19 to 7/23/19 5:00pm EST After 7/23/19 5:00pm EST
Hyatt Regency Orlando 
9801 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
August 13-15 6/15/19
5:00pm EST
6/16/19 to 7/30/19 5:00pm EST After 7/30/19 5:00pm EST
Town & Country Resort and Convention Center 
500 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108
September 17-19 6/15/19
5:00pm EST
6/16/19 to 9/3/19 5:00pm EST After 9/3/195:00pm EST


Registration Fees

The Early Bird rate ($235) is available until June 15, 2019 for all Forums. The Standard rate ($255) is available until two weeks before each Forum. Less than two weeks before each Forum, the Late Registration rate ($370) will be charged.