Chapter Dinner Meeting - Tax – Reaction to Emerging Issues: personal and business concerns - Nation's Capital Chapter (serving the Metro DC area)
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Chapter Dinner Meeting - Tax – Reaction to Emerging Issues: personal and business concerns

When:  Mar 14, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  Nation's Capital Chapter

 Mar 14: Dinner Meeting 
Guests are welcomed and encouraged to attend!
Tax - Reaction to Emerging Issues:
Personal and Business Concerns
Chapter Dinner Meeting ~ Mar 14th
table topics
5 pm Table Topics
(optional additional 1CPE)
Tax Resources: No cost, technology, and expert content
Professor Kathleen Sobieralski, CPA
tax man microscope
7 pm Official Program
Tax- Reaction to Emerging Issues: Personal and Business Concerns
Joseph D. Grandinetti, Jr., J.D.
Our "official" program on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, details emerging tax issues in the context of personal and business planning.   The small business or the entrepreneur needs vision to implement the best strategy. All entities are affected by tax issues!
The discussion will include decision making and tax filing obligations for individuals, small businesses and the self-employed. Tax avoidance is a good plan! What can you do today to manage consequences in the future? Check lists may be helpful to organize activities and provide documentation for tax reporting purposes. It is important to realize and manage risks related to tax strategy.
IMA membership is not required. We will explore resources and broad management, finance, and accounting opportunities for all entities, but especially for smaller organizations. . The session concludes with a question and answers period. 
Our Speaker
Joseph D. Grandinetti, Jr., J.D.
Joseph D. Grandinetti, Jr., J.D., serves as a consultant on issues related to taxes, information security and technology. 
He teaches accounting, fraud, tax, and ethics courses at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Professor Grandinetti earned his B.B.A, J.D. and Masters of Law (Taxation) from Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Guests are always welcome and encouraged to attend!
Holiday Inn Rosslyn
Arlington, VA 22209 
Metro: 1 block downhill from Rosslyn orange/blue line
Parking is Free (in lot or garage)
Stuffed Flounder
Stuffed with MD crabmeat, served with vegetable du jour and roasted potatoes
Vegetable Stir Fry
Carrots, snow peas, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, sesame oil, soy sauce served over rice
Caesar Salad
Pecan Pie
Soft Rolls and Butter
Coffee, Decaf, and Iced Tea
Wednesday, Mar 14th
5:00 pm Table Topics *** 
6:00 pm Registration &
6:30 pm Dinner 
7:00 pm Official Program (1 CPE)
8:15 pm Adjourn
*** optional 2nd CPE
Pay by Mar 11th:  
$30 IMA Members
$30 Guests
$15 Students
Pay after Mar 11th or at door: 
$35 IMA Members
$35 Guests
$20 Students


Holiday Inn Rosslyn @ Key Bridge
1900 Fort Myer Dr
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Arlington, VA 22209
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