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Live Webcast – September 15, 2020
- 10:00-11:00am PT / 11:00-12:00pm MT / 12:00-1:00pm CT / 1:00-2:00pm ET
The “new reality” due to the pandemic, shut down and limited openings. The 2020 black swan event is causing significant revenue losses for closely held businesses. Alternative risk transfer and mitigation solutions may soften the impact of the foregoing.
We will discuss the strategies for and advantages available to closely held business interests during the current economic climate for advisers and tax practitioners working with these entities and owners.
Stuart (Stu) Anolik, JD, LLM, is the founder of Anolik & Associates, P.C. and Partner at Fidelis Business & Advisory LLC, where he is focused on corporate, securities, federal income tax, with an emphasis on international tax and captive insurance. He has extensive experience in international investment and finance, intellectual property migration, transfer pricing, infrastructure project finance, mergers and acquisitions, and international taxation. He has represented clients, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, on various international securities and transactional matters, including multi-jurisdictional acquisitions and dispositions of business; cross-border joint ventures; and securities transactions and financings for U.S., European, Asian, and Latin American companies. In addition Stu provides consulting services to high net worth individuals in regard to estate planning, wealth preservation and asset protection.
Gal N. Kaufman
Gal N. Kaufman is highly experienced in the full range of private wealth services matters, including sophisticated tax analysis and planning; structured management arrangements for families, family businesses and family offices; and fiduciary and tax controversies. Mr. Kaufman also is well-versed in advising on issues related to captive insurance. Mr. Kaufman has extensive experience representing business owners, with a special emphasis on tax-efficient strategies that enhance the ability of the business owner to maintain the business within the family; or if a sale of the business is the ultimate goal, strategies that maximize the after-tax proceeds to the business owner and the business owner’s family. Mr. Kaufman also is well-versed in representing high-net- worth families and the varied legal and tax needs of such families.
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- Strategies for closely held business
- Advantages available for closely held business
- Use of Captive Insurance
- Benefits and risks
- Update on Legislative and Court Rulings
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