Business Tax Roundtable - Williamsburg

December 3, 2015

The K&C Business Tax Practice Group is pleased to announce a complimentary Business Tax Roundtable focusing on key issues that affect local business owners. The same roundtable will be held at separate locations over the course of three days, so feel free to register for the location that is most convenient for you. Following the sessions, please stay for a complimentary casual lunch and the opportunity to speak with the presenters and other attendees. This year's Business Tax Roundtable topics will include:


Common (Yet Critical) Tax Consideration When Operating a Business Through an LLC
Conducting a business-venture in an LLC is like putting together a puzzle.   Do you have all the right pieces... and do they fit together properly? What do you mean I can’t be an employee of my LLC? I do work there, ya know!


Because of the tax status treatment available to LLCs, there are important choices to make that bear careful consideration. Establishing and opening your company properly is important so that you can take advantage of the asset protection, lawsuit protection and tax benefits that are advantageous features of an LLC. Join Gregory P. Bergethon and Christopher S. Johnson as they address these questions and more.


Ten Tips for Tax Controversies
R. Johan Conrod regularly litigates tax controversies in state and federal courts throughout the region.  His litigation experience has involved a broad mix of issues, including whether live pigs qualify for the research exemption on sales and use tax, whether one of the country’s largest privately-held companies qualified as a “manufacturer” for purposes of personal property tax, whether a real-estate developer had standing to challenge a city’s calculation of a historic tax abatement credit, and whether one of the largest privately-owned infrastructure projects in Virginia is subject to real-property taxes. Join Johan as his discusses his top ten tips when dealing with tax disputes.


US Tax Essentials for Doing Business Internationally
Increasingly businesses are operating internationally. US businesses interact with the international community through individual transactions, operations issues, or investments. Recent worldwide events, policy changes, and legal developments have resulted in expensive and dangerous pitfalls for the uninformed. This section, led by Gregory P. Bergethon and Alison V. Lennarz, will highlight several key notifications, reporting, and filing issues associated with doing business internationally.


Employee Benefits
Robert Q. Johnson and John M. Peterson will provide an overview of the top employee benefit plan issues on the minds of business owners and executives as we approach year end, including:


- What’s the latest on ACA penalty exposure and the new 1095-C reporting requirements; and
- Required restatement of 401(k) plans


Please select which location you will be attending:


Tuesday, December 1, 2015
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Presentation
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch


Norfolk office of Kaufman & Canoles
150 W Main Street
Suite 2100
Norfolk, VA 23510


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Thursday, December 3, 2015
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Presentation
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch


Williamsburg office of Kaufman & Canoles
4801 Courthouse Street
Suite 300
Williamsburg, VA 23188


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*The deadline to RSVP is one week prior to the session. Seating is limited, early reservation is encouraged. For more information or to reserve your seat, please click the link below or contact Andrea King at 757.624.3232 or