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Insight Center: Webinars

Become an Effective Section 199A Practitioner

Speakers: Morgan Klinzing and Robb A. Longman

1:00-2:40 PM (ET) | 10:00-11:40 PM (PT)
Become an Effective Section 199A Practitioner

Presented by Lorman Education Services

Gain a better understanding of Section 199A so you are comfortable advising your clients in a manner they can easily digest and understand.

Since Section 199A of the Internal Revenue Code is still fairly new, practitioners are still cautious about advising their clients on what steps they need to take to receive the maximum benefits of the new code section. This information will allow you to have a better understanding of Section 199A so you are comfortable advising your clients. It will provide you with an overview of Section 199A and with an understanding of the rules so you can help your clients better plan. This material will allow you to able to fully explain the importance of Section 199A and whom the section affects.

Key topics include:

  • Is there a flow-through trade or business?
  • What is qualified business income?
  • Do taxable income based limitations apply?
  • Is qualified business income limited by w-2 wages or ubia of qualified property?
  • Is the taxpayer in a specified service trade or business?
  • When can or should a taxpayer aggregate trades or businesses?


  • Morgan Klinzing, Associate, Pepper Hamilton
  • Robb A. Longman, Managing Member, Longman & Van Grack

CLE credit available.



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