Thursday, August 15, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM MDT
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SCORE Albuquerque (CNM Montoya) 
4700 Morris St., NE, Suite TW203
Albuquerque, NM 87111

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SCORE Albuquerque 
Managing Tax Law Changes
to Maximize Your Profits

Learn how you can put more money in your pockets by taking advantage of the tax savings under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA)!

We'll cut through the jargon and give you the need-to-know details about the 20% tax deduction for self-employed individuals and their flow-through entities.

You'll learn about:

  • qualified business income
  • limitations to the 20% tax deduction
  • other law changes that may affect taxable income from your business (e.g., Meals & Entertainment deduction) 
  • tactics to change taxable income to maximize the 20% deduction

Cost:  $29.95

Presenter Sheryl Brown has an MBA and is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New Mexico and is President of Taking Care of Business, LLC.  Ms. Brown has extensive business consulting experience and also assists her clients with tax planning and preparation services. She has also held several accounting positions including Assistant Controller with an international civil engineering firm. Ms. Brown has owned a retail store and manages several rental properties (including residential and commercial). She is also a certified SCORE mentor.

Special thanks to our 2019 Workshop Program sponsor:

SCORE Albuquerque helps small businesses grow from start-up through maturity by providing lifelong learning opportunities for business owners.  Clients develop their own path to small business success by accessing one-on-one mentoring, workshops, Business Owners Councils and a national network of resources.  Our team of experienced entrepreneurs, business owners, corporate executives and managers are trained mentors who help clients gain clarity to take the next step.  SCORE Albuquerque is a resource partner of the Small Business Administration (SBA). Other partnerships include NAWBO and The Loan Fund.  In New Mexico, SCORE also has chapters in Santa Fe and Las Cruces.