The Year of Uncertainty: Tax Reform, Wayfair and How to Mitigate Professional Liability Risk

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Overview

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The year started off with a bang for CPAs providing tax services. Tax Reform has resulted in numerous and continuing questions from clients. However, the slow pace of guidance from the IRS adds stress and uncertainty to every answer. If Tax Reform wasn’t enough, in June, the U.S. Supreme Court decided the Wayfair case and determined economic nexus to be the new standard, thus impacting the obligations of certain business clients to collect and remit state sales and use taxes. Unfortunately key questions regarding economic nexus remain open. 

Practitioners need to be particularly mindful of how these changes in the law may affect their clients—or pay the price with a professional liability lawsuit. With the 2019 tax year set to kickoff soon, this webinar is your playbook for a successful season.

Presented By: The CNA Group of Insurance Companies For the AICPA Professional Liability Insurance Program

Objectives

Attendees will learn how a professional liability claim could arise related to Tax Reform and Wayfair. Attendees will also hear suggestions on how to mitigate the risk of a successful professional liability claim related to both Tax Reform and Wayfair consulting services performed by CPA firms.

Designed For

Tax Professionals

Prerequisite

None

Advanced Preparation

None

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