Dilworth Paxson's Matthew Whitehorn to Present at Philadelphia Bar Association CLE on January 30


Matthew Whitehorn, a Partner in Dilworth Paxson’s Tax Group and Chair of the Employee Benefits Practice Group, will be a presenter at a Philadelphia Bar Association CLE on “New Tax Rules Affecting Employee Compensation,” from 9:00 AM – 11:15 AM on Tuesday, January 30.  This program will be co-hosted by the PBA’s Employee Benefits Committee and Tax Section which he co-chairs. 

On December 22, 2017 President Trump signed into law the 2017 Tax Act, the most comprehensive set of changes to the Internal Revenue Code since 1986.  A number of the changes affect executive compensation and employee benefits.  Because many of the new tax rules become effective early in 2018, businesses should begin evaluating their potential impact as soon as possible.

Attend this advanced two-hour CLE program to learn about tax changes affecting employee compensation and a business’s bottom line, including: 

  • New 162(m) rules and their impact on non-profits and golden parachutes
  • Changes to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit
  • Deduction for Pass-Thru Entities
  • Employer and employee treatment of fringe benefits
  • Individual, corporate and pass-through tax rates
  • Private company stock plans
  • Healthcare and retirement plans

The program offers a total of 2 Substantive CLE credits and will be held at the Philadelphia Bar Association at 1101 Market Street, 11th Floor Conference Center, Philadelphia, PA.  

For more information and to register, click here.

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