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Prepare before year-end to save on 2019 taxes

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The first year of tax reform was filled with questions and uncertainty. What does year two have to offer? Join us as we discuss important tax developments, offer an overview of other key tax strategies that shouldn’t be overlooked, and recap top considerations business owners and high-net-worth taxpayers should be aware of as year two of tax reform comes to an end.

What you'll learn

  • Outline key tax issues, tax reform developments and changes for the 2019 tax year
  • List potential tax-saving actions to take before tax year-end
  • Preview the upcoming tax year’s opportunities and challenges

Who should watch

  • Business owners, CEOs
  • CFOs, controllers, and accounting staff
  • High-net-worth individuals with business interests

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Emily Keesling
Tax Services

Emily provides business valuation and tax planning and compliance services for individuals and businesses. She works with a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, vehicle dealerships, and estates and trusts.

Emily is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Kansas Society of CPAs, and was named a member of the KSCPA’s 20 up to 40 young leadership classes. She is an experienced instructor and presenter on a variety of tax-related topics. Emily earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in accounting from Wichita State University.

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Ellen Decker
Tax Services

Ellen joined AGH in 2010. She primarily serves clients in the manufacturing, construction and not-for-profit industries, providing tax compliance and planning services.

Ellen is a member of the AICPA and the Kansas Society of CPAs. She holds a bachelor degree of business administration in accounting along with a master degree in accountancy from Wichita State University. She is a longstanding member of W- A Community of Young Professionals, where she is currently serving as an advisor on the W-Fund Committee. Additionally, she serves as a member of the Small Business Advisory Group and the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force at the Chamber of Commerce.