Monday, November 5, 2012



Over the weekend the American Institute of CPAs released information of webcasts that will provide valuable information for CPAs and their clients who are dealing with the Process of Recovery after Hurricane Sandy. Below is information that is currently available to find out more, follow the links.

Upcoming Learning Events:

Live Webcast – Surviving & Recovering from Disaster: Keeping Organizations Afloat After Hurricane Sandy

November 8, 11am-12pm Eastern
At this free Webcast (CPE available for a fee), leading experts will discuss issues around operational, insurance and tax implications of surviving a disaster. This program will focus on advising clients and employers during times of disaster and how to keep your own organization “up and running.” 

COURSE TITLE: Surviving & Recovering from Disaster: Keeping Organizations Afloat After Hurricane Sandy
Date: November 08, 2012  Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
Recommended CPE Credit: 1

(John Trapani, CPA will be presenting the federal income tax section.
John’s presentation will concentrate on the immediate issues for professionals to deal with while getting ready to serve the needs of their clients after Sandy.

There have been 35 other disasters this year, John’s presentation will be broad enough to be useful to all taxpayers and their professionals throughout the nation who have experienced a Disaster or any catastrophic loss this year.

November 16, 12pm-1pm Eastern
At this free Webcast (CPE available for a fee), CPA disaster survivors and rebuild experts share their experiences and guide you through the consultation, planning and rebuilding processes that will help clients rebuild or prepare for future catastrophes. 

COURSE TITLE: US HOT TOPIC: State of Emergency: How the CPA Can Lead During Disastrous Times
Date: November 16, 2012 Time: 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM ET
Recommended CPE Credit: 1

Webinar – Tax and Financial Implications of Hurricane Sandy
November 20, 1pm-2pm Eastern
This webinar will provide CPAs with the valuable information they need to help their clients and employers work through the special tax-related provisions and other financial issues created by the hurricane.
Check the AICPA  Tax CPE & Events page for registration links coming soon.

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This material was contributed by John Trapani. A Certified Public Accountant who has assisted taxpayers since 1976, in analyzing and reporting transactions of the type covered in this material.  
Internal Revenue Service Circular 230 Disclosure
This is a general discussion of tax law. The application of the law to specific facts may involve aspects that are not identical to the situations presented in this material. Relying on this material does not qualify as tax advice for purpose of mounting a defense of a tax position with the taxing authorities
The analysis of the tax consequences of any event is based on tax laws in effect at the time of the event.
This material was completed on the date of the posting
© 2012, John Trapani, CPA,

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