Deconstructing the New TCJA on Manufacturing Enterprises

Deconstructing the New TCJA on Manufacturing Enterprises

How the New Tax Cuts and Job Act Will Affect Manufacturers in 2018

Are you responsible for the finances and tax strategy for a manufacturing company? The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act holds new regulations that may well impact your business, as well as changes to existing rules that are effective in 2018. We’re here to help bring some of these to your attention. On May 8, SYSPRO will be sponsoring this informative webinar that is a must see for manufacturers worried about the new tax code. Join us for this interview-format live webinar where Mark Cook, CPA, Partner and, Singerlewak, LLP, share insight in into these new tax cuts and what they mean for your business. Mark will be interviewed by Bob Green, CPA.CITP, Singerlewak’s ERP Advisory leader and former CFO.

The key changes from the tax code include:

  • Lowers the corporate income tax rate permanently to 21 percent
  • Allows full and immediate expensing of short-lived capital investments for five years
  • Increases the section 179 expensing cap from $500,000 to $1 million
  • Eliminates the corporate alternative minimum tax

Singerlewak

Singerlewak is a nationally-recognized, top 100 US CPA and consulting firm headquartered in California.  For CPAs in attendance, 1 hour of CPE will be provided.

Webinar Presenters

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Sanjay Ejantkar

Marketing Strategy Leader, SYSPRO USA
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Bob Green

Lead Partner Business Risk, Singerlewak
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Mark Cook

Partner Tax, Singerlewak