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Hot Legal Topics and the New Tax Law: What Small Businesses Need to Know
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Hot Legal Topics and the New Tax Law: What Small Businesses Need to Know

2/27/2018
When: Please arrive at 8:15 for coffee/light breakfast and networking
Where: MNLA Office
1813 Lexington Avenue N
Roseville, Minnesota  55113
United States
Contact: 651-633-4987

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Hot Legal Topics 2018: What You need to Know About the Changing Legal Landscape AND The new tax law: The impact on small business and individuals

Early Bird Member Registration:  $35 | Non-Member Registration:  $55

Regular Member Registration:  $45 | Non-Member Registration:  $65

Register online by clicking the registration button above, or Click Here for a registration form to mail or fax to the MNLA Office.

This half-day seminar will provide business owners and key managers important information on changes to the legal landscape and the new tax law. Learn how they will impact your business in 2018.

Hot Legal Topics

For the second year in a row, important changes have occurred in laws that impact green industry businesses.  Many of the uncertainties around sick and safe leave and overtime have been resolved, and now Minneapolis has a new minimum wage ordinance that St. Paul is likely to copy in 2018.  Additionally, since January 1, 2018, all LLCs in Minnesota are governed by the new LLC statute. 

Attorneys Bryan Zlimen & Jared Nusbaum from the law firm of Zlimen & McGuiness will be discussing these changes and what your business needs to do to be compliant and take advantage of changes where it can. Additionally, we’ll be talking about policies surrounding these laws and taking your questions. 

Come and learn about how these new changes will affect your business in 2018 and beyond.

Meet the Attorneys:

Bryan Zlimen is an attorney and manager at the law firm of Zlimen & McGuiness, PLLC.

Before becoming an attorney, Zlimen worked in the landscaping and residential construction industries for 12 years. Today, he puts his experience as a laborer, foreman, and small business owner to use advising Green Industry professionals on legal matters that are important to them.

 

 

Jared Nusbaum is an attorney at the law firm of Zlimen and McGuiness, PLLC.

His practice areas include civil and business litigation, employment law, and small business law. Nusbaum is active in the Volunteer Lawyers Network and the Hennepin County and Ramsey County Bar Associations. Nusbaum received his law degree from Marquette University in Milwaukee and his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Penn State University. 

 

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The New Tax Law:  The Impact on Business and Individuals

On December 20, 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  The President signed this new legislation into law on December 22, 2017.  It is the most comprehensive tax reform legislation since the 1980s. 

Please join us for an overview of the new legislation and its impact on you and your small business.

The presenters are Certified Public Accountants from Copeland Buhl and Company PLLP. They will provide details on the new tax law and also field your questions.

 

Sean Hauenstein is a partner with Copeland Buhl and Company PLLP working with closely held businesses and individuals. With over fifteen years of public accounting experience, he practices in a variety of areas including tax planning, research and compliance, financial statement preparation, dispute resolution and estate planning. Industry experiences include hospitality, health organizations, real estate, service professionals, distribution and manufacturing.

 

Jeremy T. Thompson is a client service partner at Copeland Buhl & Company PLLP. As a Certified Public Accountant, he specializes in tax planning and preparation, tax research and tax audits for corporations, partnerships and individuals.

 

 

 

Sue Thompson is a partner with Copeland Buhl and Company PLLP working with closely held businesses and nonprofit entities. With over three decades of public accounting experience, she practices in a variety of areas including financial statement audits, review and compilations, GAAP research, and nonprofit accounting and consulting. Sue is also the head of the Accounting and Assurance Department.

 

 

MNLA will have the coffee on! Please join us early: 8:15 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. for a light breakfast, and the opportunity to connect/network with other business owners and managers prior to the start of the presentations at 9:00 a.m.

 

THANK YOU TO OUR 2018 MNLA SEMINAR SPONSOR:   

                           

 

MNLA Registration Refund Policy: For all MNLA education events, MNLA will gladly make a full refund of your registration fee if cancellation notice is received more than two business days in advance of the event. In the two business days prior to the event, a 50 percent refund will be given. No refunds will be given for no-shows or cancellations made the day of the event. Cancellations may be made in writing, by fax, or by telephone call received at the MNLA office during normal business hours.
  


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