Tuesday, March 20, 2018 from 5:30 PM to 7:50 PM MST
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Tempe Public Library 
Business Resource and Innovation Center (BRiC)
3500 South Rural Road
Tempe, AZ 85282

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What You Need to Know About the new Federal Tax Act 

How will the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect you and your business in 2018 and beyond?

What you will learn: 

  • New income tax rates and brackets
  • Standard deductions
  • Suspending personal deductions
  • Limiting the state and local tax deduction
  • Temporarily reducing the medical expense threshold
  • And many other changes

Why you need to attend: 

On December 22, President Trump signed into law the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (P.L. 115-97), a sweeping tax reform law that will totally change the tax landscape. The legislation reflects the largest major tax reform in over three decades. This comprehensive tax act overhaul dramatically changes the rules governing the taxation of individual taxpayers for tax years beginning before 2026, providing new income tax rates and brackets, increasing the standard deduction, suspending personal deductions, increasing the child tax credit, limiting the state and local tax deduction, and temporarily reducing the medical expense threshold, among many other changes. The legislation also provides a new deduction for non-corporate taxpayers with qualified business income from pass-throughs.

Who should attend: 

Entrepreneurs and Business owners and those that want to form and run a small business. Additionally, those that want to learn about business tax responsibilities.


Presented by:

P. Curtis Black, who holds an MBA and is a CPA in Scottsdale Arizona. He is a tax professional who specializes in United States Tax (over 25 years' experience) and United States International Tax (15 years' experience). Curtis' experience includes Big Four CPA and other national CPA firm tax experience. In 1991, Curtis formed Henderson, Black & Company, P.C., CPAs in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The firm grew to the 13th largest in New Mexico until it was sold. He now practices in Scottsdale, AZ.