Tax Update: President Trump's Tax Plan & Tax Saving Techniques for Owners of Real Property
David J. Cohen, CPA, and Robert G. "Bob" Harbour, CPA, BeachFleischman, PC
- Analyzing President Trump's recent tax reform proposal
- How the proposed tax reform will impact your individual and business clients
- Learn how business owners can leverage cost segregation strategies to save tax on their buildings and other real property
- These strategies can be put into place immediately, without the need to wait for tax reform
November 8th, 2017
Location: Arizona Inn
2200 E. Elm St, Tucson, AZ, 85719
FPA of Southern AZ
FPA and CFA Members $20 / Guests $30
Registration and Breakfast 7:15 AM
Speaker will speak 7:45 AM -9:30 AM
2 Hrs of CE Credits CFP
RSVP to Gerry Oldenski by Friday,
November 3, 2017 at
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We accept checks and cash at the door on the day of the meeting
No Shows with reservations will be billed for the breakfast unless prepaid
About the Speakers:
David J. Cohen, CPA is President, Tax Shareholder and a founding member of BeachFleischman PC. He was previously employed with three international CPA firms. He has been in public accounting since 1981 and his area of specialty includes tax planning and strategy, consulting, incentive compensation, and retirement planning with entrepreneurial businesses.
Mr. Cohen has written tax and real estate columns for several publications over the years and he has been quoted as a professional resource on accounting and tax issues. A graduate of the University of Arizona, Mr. Cohen is very active in a wide variety of community and civic organizations including the Southern Arizona Leadership Council, TMC HealthCare, and the Desert Angels.
Robert G. "Bob" Harbour, CPA is a Senior Advisor for BeachFleischman PC. With more than 40 years of public accounting experience in California and Arizona, he has overseen the tax and financial accounting engagements of numerous public and privately held companies. Since 2001, Bob has specialized in the real estate tax consulting area known as Cost Segregation. That work has produced significant tax savings for clients on projects located all over the United States.