AUGUSTA — The Maine Tax Forum presented by SCORE Maine will be held 7 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. Nov. 6-7, at Augusta Civic Center, Community Drive.
The two-day event will provide continuing education credits and information about annual changes in Maine and Federal tax laws for tax preparers, enrolled agents, CPAs and legal professionals. Attendees will benefit from the in-depth presentations from experts practicing in Maine and beyond.
The event’s keynote address will be presented by Susan Rogers, Partner of Potomac Law Group. The keynote topic is: “Washington Tax Legislation Update and US Tax Policy Development in 2020 and Beyond.” Susan will cover federal tax legislation developments in 2019 including retirement legislation; the expired and expiring tax provisions (“extenders”); technical corrections; IRS reform legislation; and legislative changes to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA).
Additional forum agenda topics include: tax issues in selling marijuana products, unemployment tax issues, opportunity zones, state tax updates, taxation of natural resources, and more. Click here to register online.
SCORE is Maine’s largest business mentoring and education service, dedicated to helping any person succeed on their small business journey. SCORE has 120 volunteers in the state of Maine who donated more than 18,665 hours of their time in 2018 to help clients start or grow a small business. In 2018, there were 346 new businesses started and 1,261 jobs created with SCORE Maine’s assistance. Nationally, SCORE has 300 chapters and more than 10,000 volunteers throughout the U.S. SCORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Thanks to the generous support from the SBA—and Maine Tax Forum attendees, and because of the selfless contributions of our dedicated volunteers, we are able to deliver most of our offerings at no cost.