Chamberlain Hrdlicka announces its quarterly tax forum on Tuesday, February 27 at Cobb Galleria from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. EST. The event is free and open to the public.
This quarter’s forum, “Let’s Party Like It’s 1986 – A Rousing Discussion of the New Tax Bill,” will offer an overview of the most important changes under the new tax law, which will have a profound effect on taxpayers this year. Anyone with an interest in the new tax bill and its impact on Atlanta businesses is welcome to attend.
The 2017 Tax Legislation enacted the most significant changes to the Internal Revenue Code since the Tax Reform Act of 1986. During the forum, shareholder J. Scot Kirkpatrick will moderate a panel with attorneys John Hackney, Steven Wyatt and Christopher Steele, addressing the impact these changes will have on how taxpayers should structure and operate their businesses and plan their estates. The presentation will highlight the information needed to determine how Atlanta area businesses should address changes to the upcoming tax returns.
Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s tax practice is a core strength of the firm, with more than one-third of its lawyers either practicing primarily or having a strong background in tax law. Many of the attorneys are board certified in tax law and have worked with the IRS or the Department of Justice Tax Division. The firm’s clients include a wide range of public companies, privately held businesses, partnerships and joint ventures, individuals, estates and tax-exempt organizations.