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"Fundamentals of Flow-Through" Program

Seminar2017 Fundamentals of Flow-Through XXII

 

Day One
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Luncheon and presentation 12:00-1:30)
 
Setting the Stage for Planning and Compliance — Choosing the Optimal Entity
Deciding among partnerships, LLCs, S corporations and C corporations — computation of basis, permitted owners, permissive allocations, basis adjustments, amounts at risk and the like
Structuring entities to minimize self-employment tax exposure
 
Structuring the Flow-Through Entity
Using qualified S corporation subsidiaries and single-member LLCs
Structuring the admission of the service provider
Utilizing partnerships and LLCs to solve S corporation structuring limitations
Eliminating C and S corporation penalty taxes by utilizing partnerships and other mechanisms
Using partnerships and LLCs in everyday business and investment transactions

Evening One Networking Dinners (6:30 PM)

Chicago Frankie’s Scaloppine (October 23)
Washington, D.C. Kora Restaurant (November 13)

Network with the faculty and fellow attendees and spend an informal evening sharing war stories

 

 

Day Two
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Lunch on your own 11:45-1:00)
 
Partnership Operational Issues
Partnership allocations made easy—how to structure and report partnership allocations of losses and liabilities under the §704(b), §704(c) and §752 regulations
The partnership §754 basis adjustment rules
Understanding the partnership hot asset rules
The ABCs of like-kind exchanges involving flow-through entities and dealing with the “cash-out” partner

 

2017’s Most Commonly Encountered Partnership, LLC and S Corporation Tax Issues

Working Within the S Corporation Rules
Computing basis and AAA and understanding the differences
Working through the built-in gains rules
Income allocations and basis issues in the year of sale
Capitalizing the S corporation to facilitate tax-free returns of capital—when to use debt and when to use capital


 

The faculty members will use practical examples to illustrate the issues to be discussed. An analysis of recent legislation and the latest cases, regulations and rulings will be integrated into each session. (Depending on audience participation, some of day one’s program may be covered on day two; some of day two’s program may not be covered orally.)