Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: What Lawyers Need to Know to Better Advise Clients

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This program was recorded on June 12th, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law on December 22, 2017 and had immediate and far reaching impact. The problem: there are few practitioners who understand just how serious the consequences of this new legislation are on their clients. Rather than make taxes easier for US tax filers, the new laws have created a complex web that will entrap the unwary and reward handsomely those who know how best to structure themselves navigate them. We will be going over the major changes as well as strategies that will allow your clients (and yourselves) to position themselves to receive the benefits created under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.



  • Toby Mathis
    Toby Mathis is a founding partner of Anderson Law Group and current manager of Anderson’s Las Vegas office. He has helped Anderson grow its practice from one of business and estate planning to a thriving tax practice and national registered agent service with more than 18,000 clients. In his work as an attorney, he has focused exclusively in areas of small business, taxation, and trusts. In addition, Toby was the past director and host of the longest-running local business radio program on KNUU in Las Vegas “The BOSS Business Brief“. He sits on the board of directors for several companies and was recently appointed to the local board of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a worldwide association of owners of successful businesses. He has authored more than 100 articles on small business topics and has written several books on good business practices, including first, second and third editions of Tax-Wise Business Ownership and 12 Steps to Running a Successful Business.

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    2. What the 199A Changes Mean for Your Clients
    3. How to Use the New Laws to Better Advise Investors
    4. 3 Major Takeaways You Can Use to Save Yourself and Clients on Taxes

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