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Front of the Room Speaker - Colin Patrick Doyle

Event date: 6/6/2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Export event

Front of the Room Speaker - Colin Patrick Doyle

Join us for our first Synergy Business Connection's meeting of the month! Colin Patrick Doyle president of the Doyle Tax Group, a local tax and accounting firm specializing in small businesses, will speak to the Synergy Business Connections networking group with his presentation "5 Tax Pitfalls Small Business Owners Need To Be Aware Of".

Doyle Tax Group is a second generation family firm in business for over 35 years in the Conejo Valley.  They enjoy helping businesses grow and providing unique tax solutions in an ever-evolving landscape. 

There are a lot of questions regarding tax law changes as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act enacted last year.  Join us for a no-nonsense presentation of some of the most important tax issues Small Business Owners need to be aware of so you can avoid costly pitfalls and take full advantage of the benefits available to you and your business!

Topics include: 

  • How can I offset the lower limits on Mortgage Interest Deductions?
  • How can I take advantage of Tax Credits by hiring and training Older Workers?
  • How can I best navigate the discrepancies caused by California not completely conforming to the Federal Tax Law?
  • How can I shelter Income in order to help my Student qualify for maximum Student Financial Aid for College?
     
 
  • 7 March 2019
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