Mark is an Attorney, CPA, National speaker, Radio Show host, and Best Selling Author. His newest book was released just this year titled The Tax and Legal Playbook. Mark also publishes an E-newsletter, is a contributor and Blogger for Entrepreneur.com. Mark practices as a senior partner at the law firm Kyler Kohler Ostermiller & Sorenson, LLP¸ and is a senior and founding partner in the accounting firm Kohler & Eyre, CPAs, LLC.
This addition to our Tax & Legal 2-day course brings learners the up-to-date information they need to save the most money possible on their personal and business taxes. Mark Kohler summarizes and explains the alterations that are likely to affect small business owners and helps us understand how to apply this knowledge and make the most of current tax legislation in a legal and ethical manner.
Mark Kohler gives a brief background for entrepreneurs and goes over the resources he provides for those seeking more information.
Mark begins by covering the changes that affect personal tax returns, especially the changes in tax brackets and standard deductions.
Discussion of personal tax changes continues with differences to mortgage interest, alimony and IRAs.
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Learn about the changes to medical insurance this year as well as how insurance and retirement options affect your taxes.
What is the 199A deduction, what is acceptable business income and how does it apply to your taxes?
Recent changes in tax regulations have increased some of the benefits of owning an S-Corp.
Mark covers the specific incomes that can be included in the 199A and explains how and when to change from an LLC to an S-Corp.
Learn what your S-Corp can do with funds, what it cannot do, and when you need an LLC.
Our instructor introduces the many ways you can save more money on your taxes with automobile deductions.
When does it make tax sense to lease instead of buy your automobile?
Mark shares new information from his new book that helps us know whether we should use the mileage or actual method for auto deductions.
Know what types of food can be deducted and whether it is completely deductible or only 50%.
Live audience questions prompt discussion of motorcycle tax deductions, mileage logs, and other tax-related topics.
Not everything changed with the recent tax updates. Mark gives a quick rundown on the items that have remained the same and finishes up the class with a master diagram.
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