Navigating Tax Reform: Key Provisions Affecting Privately Held Businesses and Their Owners
Chris is a principal in CliftonLarsonAllen’s National Tax Office, specializing in federal tax matters. He provides tax research, planning, and training firm wide and externally to other tax professionals.
His background includes the followin:
- Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Southern Oregon State College (now Southern Oregon University), Ashland, Oregon
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Tax Division
- Certified Public Accountant in the states of Washington and Minnesota
- Vice-Chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee
- Former Chair of the AICPA S Corporation Technical Resource Panel
- Served on the Tax Legislation and Policy Committee and Tax Methods and Periods Technical Resource Panel of the AICPA Tax Division
Chris topic will be Navigating Tax Reform: Key Provisions Affecting Privately Held Businesses and Their Owners. The presentation will focus on the changes in dividual and corporate tax rates, changes to itemized deductions, deductions for qualified business income, the effect and meaning of the allowance for cash method in smaller businesses (under $25 million gross receipts), cost recovery changes and tax-free exchanges.