Here at Capstan, we make it our business to be on the cutting edge of changes that affect your business, and we make every effort to present the information you need in a timely manner. Terri S. Johnson and Bruce A. Johnson have decades of experience in the real estate industry, and they draw on their personal successes to share practical applications, real-world case studies, and proven benefit strategies. Our NASBA-certified presenters create a personal connection with the audience while conveying sophisticated material in a straightforward manner, resulting in an experience that is both educational and engaging.
There are several ways to enjoy a Capstan presentation:
- By hosting a Capstan speaker at your place of business, you can bring the experience directly to your team. We’ll work with you to customize the presentation to your specific needs. Please contact Terri or Bruce at 215.885.7510 for more information about the personalized in-house Capstan experience.
- Capstan speakers frequently present at industry events nationwide. If you’d like to arrange a Capstan speaker for an upcoming event, please contact Terri or Bruce at 215.885.7510.
- The most convenient way to enjoy the Capstan experience is by attending one of our upcoming Capstan “Lunch and Learn” webinars. Fix yourself a tasty snack, and log in from the comfort of your desk to enjoy an interactive presentation featuring premium sound and video quality.
Our next webinar, the highly anticipated “TPR Overview: Planning Ahead for 2015 and Beyond,” will be presented November 18th, with an encore December 16th. Both programs will be presented from 12:00-1:00pm. This program is shaping up to be very popular, as Tax Year 2014 was especially complex, and the natural question is, “What’s next?”
Tax Year 2014 was certainly a memorable one, with CPAs and property owners scrambling to be in compliance with the new TPRs in all their complicated glory. It was a nonstop whirlwind of asset dispositions, safe harbors, 3115s and new expensing opportunities, colloquially referred to as the #longesttaxseasonever. Capstan was there, explaining the regs and helping CPAs distill them for easier client understanding. In our next webinar, the presenter will begin by reviewing the TPRs and associated decision making processes in the context of the past eventful tax year. The presentation will then shift focus to 2015 and beyond. Now that the dust has settled and the groundwork has been laid, professionals can focus on optimizing their use of these regulations from operational and budgetary perspectives. The presenter will discuss details involved in making proper elections, how to assess the fitness of data for decision making, and general strategies the CPA can use to help clients maximize their TPR benefit.
To register for this program, click here.
On January 6th, a special two-hour presentation on “Innovative Applications for Cost Segregation Studies” will be presented via webinar. The presenter will briefly review the basics of cost segregation and then shift to a discussion of the exciting trends we’re seeing in the cost seg world. Packed with actual success stories, real-life case studies, and constructive, creative strategies that maximize benefit, this talk is not to be missed.
To register for this program, click here.
We’re working on more dynamic and enriching presentations for your viewing pleasure. Talks on the latest in 1031 exchanges, R&D tax credits, and working with clients on sustainability programs are just a few items in the pipeline. We want to keep you in the loop — please visit our website for more information and keep your eyes out for our CPE-related emails. If you aren’t getting those emails, please let us know at 215.885.7510.
Finally, is there a topic you’d like to learn more about? Let us know! We welcome your feedback and suggestions as we shape our training content to meet your needs.
Capstan Tax Strategies is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.