Christopher Axene, CPA, a principal on Rea's federal tax planning team, is responsible for complex tax transaction planning and review, choice of entity planning, IRS audit representation, and tax due diligence for M&A transactions. Additionally, he is responsible for the tax practice quality control program. Topics he can speak about (even in his sleep) include, federal taxation of partnerships, in-patriate taxation (U.S. taxation of foreign nationals), accounting methods, and involentary conversions. Click here to learn more about Chris.
2020 Presidential Election Could Trigger Tax Law Changes
With the 2020 elections approaching and the uncertainty of what the future holds for COVID-19, we can expect to see new legislation and tax-related provisions over the next few months.
Today, Chris Axene, principal at Rea & Associates, shares some of the decisions we can expect to see from the Supreme Court, as well as some of the questions you should consider asking your CPA during an election year.
Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:
- How it will affect you if the Supreme Court finds the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional when they rule on it this October
- The considerations to make when tax planning in an election year
- The cash flow opportunities for businesses and individuals due to COVID-related tax provisions