McLane Middleton attorneys Cameron G. Shilling, William V.A. Zorn, and Beth L. Fowler will be presenting at the 2017 Tax Forum presented by the New Hampshire Society of CPAs and the New Hampshire Bar Association. John E. Rich, Jr. will serve as the program moderator. The full day event will take place on November 30, 2017 in Concord, NH and qualifies as 8 CPE credits and 6.5 NHMCLE hours.
John Rich will be the moderator for the program. John is the chair of McLane Middleton’s tax department. He advises clients regarding compliance with ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code, COBRA, HIPAA and other complex federal laws applicable to employee benefit plans. He frequently represents clients before the IRS and United States Department of Labor in audits and investigations and represents clients in litigation involving employee benefit plans. John provides advice to employers regarding all forms of executive compensation and health and welfare plans. John also advises executives concerning stock options, compensation issues and estate planning involving IRAs and retirement benefits. John can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1438 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bill Zorn is presenting on “ABCs of Trust Documents.” Bill is a director and chair of the firm’s trusts & estates department. He concentrates his practice in sophisticated estate planning, including the implementation and administration of tax strategies and trusts and alternative strategies for high income and high net worth individuals, families, executives and business owners, as well as strategies involving asset protection and wealth preservation. Bill can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1340 or email@example.com.
Beth Fowler is moderating the “New Hampshire Entity Taxation Quirks and Conversion” presentation. Beth regularly represents taxpayers before the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration, the Internal Revenue Service and other taxing agencies. Utilizing her experiences as a Hearing Officer and counsel at the Department of Revenue Administration, she is uniquely able to identify potential federal and state tax issues and assist clients in organizing transactions in the most tax efficient manner possible. Beth can be reached in the firm’s Manchester office at (603) 628-1259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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