Master Your Tax Strategy
Business ownership is a long, winding road with many challenges along the way. From raising capital and dealing with investors, all the way to selling the business or transitioning it to the next generation, the journey is full of twists and turns. Business owners should invest time and resources in developing a tax strategy that can grow and adapt with their business over the long-term. Business owners should consider a year-round, active approach to tax planning. Often, the best tax planning takes place before a business owner makes a decision.
That’s why the RSM US LLP team chose to focus on mastering your tax strategy for our upcoming “Top Five” presentation. Our discussion will focus on small businesses structured as pass-through entities which will include tax considerations for businesses and its owners.
What You'll Learn
During the “Top Five” series event, we will go over strategies to help you understand key tax considerations for businesses and individuals. We’ll cover:
Entity selection considerations and options
- Credits and incentives
- Key tax concepts for business tax strategy
- Current tax law update – Federal and Iowa
By the end of the hour, we hope that business owners will understand the current tax law updates for both Federal and State of Iowa taxes, have a better understanding of tax credits and other incentives and be able to develop a clear tax strategy for their businesses.
Register now for this Top Five series event on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 9 a.m.
For more information on the Greater Des Moines Partnership’s Top Five series, visit the Business Resources page. While there, be sure to register for the next Top Five series.
Blake Zacharias is a Tax Manager at RSM US LLP. He advises Middle Market businesses on a full spectrum of tax services, including planning, research, compliance and general business consulting.