Year-end tax planning webinar

2020 Taxes: What do you need to know? What should you do now?

2020 tax opportunities

This past year was filled with challenges, uncertainty and several new tax laws. How do these changes impact you and your business? Join us as we discuss developments in tax legislation, key tax strategies, and tax savings opportunities that business owners and high-net-worth taxpayers should be aware of as 2020 comes to a close.

What you'll learn

  • Outline key tax issues and CARES Act 2020 tax provisions
  • List potential tax-planning 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 Lawrence
Manager,
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.