Feb
27

Tax Time: Avoid Costly Mistakes & Learn About Policy Updates

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Tax Time: Avoid Costly Mistakes & Learn About Policy Updates
Where San Francisco, CA
When
Monday 27, 2017 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Today, its not enough to make money. Its what you get to keep that matters! Join us for a local mixer and informative discussion on tax time planning.

Jake Birnberg, AKA The Deduction Detective, will join us and present “The 10 Most Expensive Tax Planning Mistakes.” Learn about uncommon deductions, missed opportunites, and mistakes that may be costing you. There will be plenty of time for learning, Q & A, and networking with other local businesses.

Peter Myers, partner at the legal firm of Fox Rothschild, will be presenting on the radical tax proposals coming out of the new administration in Washington. Join him to learn what may lie ahead and what business moves you might consider to accommodate these changes.

Mix, mingle, meet your business neighbors and learn! Refreshments will be provided. This event will also be live streamed on the Townsquared Facebook page, or you can register for the event and receive a link to the recording afterwards.

 

About Peter Myers:

Peter S. Myers is a partner at Fox Rothschild and is a certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization. He is a leading counselor, problem-solver, and lawyer in San Francisco who guides small businesses that need a reliable relationship with a caring, experienced lawyer.

Peter frequently writes and teaches in the areas of estate planning, family business entities, and estate planning. He has authored and published treatises, books and articles, and regularly speaks throughout the country. Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Peter was a principal of Myers Kenney P.C.
About Jake Birnberg:

Jake Birnberg, AKA The Deduction Detective, is an IRS Enrolled Agent with a degree in Finance from the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. He has helped real estate agents save $1,000s – every year. And he’s consulted with their clients to relieve them of the huge capital gains they often face.

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