Tax Alert Webinar: Find Out What the New IRS Guidance and CA Tax Law Changes Mean for Your Business

by BPW | February 24, 2022

Thursday, March 3
Live Webinar

Are you curious about…how California’s recently passed SALT workaround provisions expanded tax-saving opportunities for partnerships and S Corps? Should your business pay the elective pass-through entity tax? Who must file the new Schedule K-2 and Schedule K-3 forms? What is the status of the BBB?

Join Partner Jacob Sheffield, CPA, MST and Partner Bridget Foreman, CPA in a live webinar to answer these questions and provide a glimpse into what’s happening in the current tax landscape, including:

  • The benefits of making an election to pay the pass-through entity tax
  • The expansion of qualified entities and qualified taxpayers
  • Who needs to file Schedule K-2 and Schedule K-3 forms, and why?
  • Why we recommend filing an extension for most business returns
  • What IRS guidance is still pending and what forms are delayed
  • Updates on the Build Back Better Act (BBB) and the Reconciliation Bill


Jacob Sheffield, CPA, MST is a partner in BPW’s tax department and focuses his expertise on complex corporate tax planning and compliance matters. Jacob works closely with corporate officers and shareholders on stock compensation, distributions, and accounting for income taxes on their financial statements. He is also well-versed in advising start-ups on entity formation, capital options, and preparing the company for new investors and/or potential sale.

Bridget O. Foreman, CPA is the partner in charge of BPW’s tax department and specializes in closely held businesses and individual taxation for high net worth individuals. A significant part of Bridget’s business practice focuses on partnership taxation and entity structure. She is accomplished in evaluating complex financial transactions, including acquisitions, purchase price allocations, and eventual dispositions.


Be sure to join us for this important discussion and ask questions directly to our panelists in this live webinar.

Grab your lunch, invite your colleagues, and find out what the new IRS guidance and CA tax law changes mean for your business on Thursday, March 3 at 1:00PM.

Please call our office at (805) 963-7811 or email Rebecca Alarcon at if you have any questions.

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