Tax Reform and Entrepreneurs
Chicago Booth Alumni Club of Chicago
June 11, 2018: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM
Highly experienced legal advisor to small business returns to offer perspective on the implications of recent tax reform for developing firms and their owners.
National Louis University
850 Warrenville Road
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Booth alum/stud/faculty $15.00 Fee After 6/6/2018 $20.00
Entrepreneurial RT Member $15.00 Fee After 6/6/2018 $20.00
General Public $20.00 Fee After 6/6/2018 $25.00
Payment In Advance Only
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• Select the appropriate registrant category as listed online. NB: The "restricted", no-fee category shown on the registration page is for the speaker and guests only, as authorized by ER.
Greg Gocek, '85, Booth ER Chairman
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel, must do so by Wednesday, June 6. There is a no refund policy for late cancellation attempts or for no shows.
Walk-ins at NLU on day of event will be available at discretion of Booth ER on a space available basis. Refreshments are ordered on basis of advance registations.
At the end of 2017, Congress passed the most significant tax overhaul in decades, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The bill included sweeping changes to both the personal and corporate tax codes, and fills more than 1,000 pages. What are possible economic effects of this tax legislation? How could it effect the organization and operation of a small business? What are the individual tax consequences for business owners? A legal expert shares his insights on the reform, and what it could mean for entrepreneurs.
Bill has been helping privately held companies and nonprofits buy, sell, or run their enterprises since 1978. His practice includes business and administrative litigation, international and national transactions, and nonprofit law. The current chair of the Institute for Illinois Business Law, he has published on limited liability companies and S Corporations. Earning his college degree at U Illinois Urbana-Champaign, he completed his graduate studies at Duke U. with his J.D. and M.A. in Public Policy Studies.