9th annual Mark Solomon Tax Symposium returns to Walsh College

The ninth annual Mark Solomon Tax Symposium will return to Walsh College on Tuesday, November 30 from 1-5 p.m. Industry professionals will gather to discuss emerging tax issues, cryptocurrency, tax trends in real estate, and more. Industry professionals will gather to discuss pressing topics in taxation in preparation for the 2022 compliance season.

What: Mark Solomon Tax Symposium

When: Nov. 30 from 1-5 p.m.

Where: Walsh’s Troy campus: 3838 Livernois Rd., Troy 48083 or virtually. Masks are required on campus.

Who: Presented by Doeren Mayhew with Walsh College

Please join us to take a deeper dive into some recent hot topics in the tax world as we prepare for the upcoming 2022 compliance season.

• Discuss emerging tax issues and their application to individuals and entities.
• Review the impact of cryptocurrency and online betting on individual income tax compliance
• Discuss pass-through shareholder issues for GILTI compliance and planning
• Review tax trends in the real estate industry

Attendees will receive up to four hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE).

This is a free event courtesy of Doeren Mayhew.

The symposium is named in honor of Mark Solomon, the late professor of taxation and business law and director of the Mark Solomon Tax Research Center at Walsh College.

To register to attend in person at Walsh College in Troy, email Diane Barrantes at dbarrant@walshcollege.edu

To register to attend online, visit https://event.on24.com/wcc/r/3485646/3E691157A3F6E3647F6CF6FB737BE316

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ABOUT WALSH
Walsh is an all-business, private, independent, not-for-profit, fully accredited college offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral business and technology degrees, as well as certificate programs. Founded in 1922, Walsh is one of Southeast Michigan’s largest graduate business schools, offering classes in several locations and online. Our internationally and nationally-ranked programs integrate theory and application to prepare graduates for successful careers. Walsh degree programs include accounting, finance, information technology, human resources, management, marketing, taxation and other fields. For more information, please visit www.walshcollege.edu.

Walsh is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (www.hlcommission.org) and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (www.acbsp.org).

Walsh College Presents Third Annual Mark R. Solomon Tax Symposium

Walsh College will host the Third Annual Mark R. Solomon Tax Symposium, an epicenter for modern thought applied to taxation, from 8 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, October 27, at its Troy Campus, 3838 Livernois Road.

Five scholarly papers that challenge current thought, introduce provocative ideas, and present divergent sides of issues will be presented by authorities in the field of tax.

Presenters and their topics include:

Daniel Hoops, J.D., LL.M, associate professor, Accounting and Taxation, Walsh College,
“Tax Consequences of Crowd Funding”
Jason Pivoz, MST, CPA, CGMA, Member Mellen, Smith, & Pivoz PLC,
“Advising Immigrant Business Owners”
Ahmed Khalil, tax counsel , Magna International,
“Planning for Troubled Entities”
Susan Wagner, tax consultant, UHY,
“The Internet and State Tax”
Daniel Meloche, staff auditor, Plante & Moran, PLLC,
“Business Participation after the Death of the Owner”

The conference will qualify for CPE credit, and registration is now open. Tickets are $45 for Walsh College alumni and partners, $20 for Walsh students, and $90 for all others. Visit http://www.walshcollege.edu/TaxSymposium to register or for more information.

“Presentations will provide a new perspective on a timeless body of practice and policy, introduce nuances that can change social attitudes, and enlighten the practice of taxation,” said Hoops, Symposium chairman.

“There are several reasons for participating in the Symposium,” Hoops added. “An affiliation with Walsh College brings prestige and pride. This is an opportunity to stay abreast of the changing industry, participate in intellectual discussions in the profession, and glean from practical and academic expertise in this complicated, complex field. ”

The symposium is named in honor of the late professor of Taxation and Business Law and director of the Mark Solomon Tax Research Center at Walsh. Dr. Solomon was the driving influence behind Walsh’s tax curriculum, which emphasizes tax research. The Walsh College Library houses one of the most comprehensive tax collections in the country and is used as a resource by tax researchers throughout Michigan.

“In the first two years of the Solomon Symposium, the topics have been fascinating, and each speaker brought a unique perspective to the field,” Hoops added.

To read the papers presented at last year’s Second Annual Mark R. Solomon Tax Symposium, the eJournal can be found at: http://digitalmag.walshcollege.edu/taxsymposiumvol2/index.html.

Walsh College Calls for Proposals for Third Annual Mark Solomon Tax Symposium for 2015

Walsh College is now accepting proposals for papers and presentations for its Third Annual Mark Solomon Tax Symposium to be held on October 27, 2015.

Four scholarly papers will be selected for presentation at the symposium as well as publication in the 2015 Mark R. Solomon Journal on Taxation.

Brief proposals on relevant papers must be submitted by Monday, June 8, 2015 Preference will be given to papers that challenge current thought, introduce provocative ideas, or present divergent sides of an issue.

“Papers may provide a new perspective on an old body of practice and policy or introduce nuances of changing social attitudes and mores in the practice of taxation,” said Daniel S. Hoops, J.D., LL.M, associate professor, Accounting and Taxation, and symposium chairman. “In the first two years of the Solomon Symposium, the topics have been really interesting and each speaker brought a unique perspective to the presentation,” he added.

The symposium is named in honor of the late professor of Taxation and Business Law and director of the Mark Solomon Tax Research Center at Walsh.

Solomon was the driving influence behind Walsh’s tax curriculum which emphasizes tax research. The Walsh College Library houses one of the most comprehensive tax collections in the country and is used as a resource by tax researchers throughout Michigan.

Participants have several reasons for participating in the Symposium, Hoops added. “You can establish industry presence, display intellectual capital to the profession, and demonstrate practical and academic expertise in this complicated, complex field. An affiliation with Walsh College can also bring prestige and pride.”

Collaborations are welcome. Finalists will be announced on Monday, June 15. Proposals may be submitted at www.surveymonkey.com/s/TJJ5392 or emailed to Professor Daniel Hoops (dhoops@walshcollege.edu) by June 8.

The conference will qualify for CPE credit, and registration is now open. Tickets are $45 for Walsh College alumni; $20 for students and $90 for all others.

Visit www.walshcollege.edu/CEU for more information.

Walsh College Presents Solomon Tax Symposium on October 30

Walsh College will host its second annual Mark Solomon Tax Symposium, featuring presentations on tax implications involving individual health insurance, due process clauses, cloud computing, digital assets and filing issues, on Thursday, Oct. 30, at its Troy campus.

The symposium, named in honor of the late Walsh professor of Taxation and Business Law and director of the Mark Solomon Tax Research Center, will focus on current taxation issues that challenge traditional thinking, introduce provocative ideas, and present divergent issues.

Professor Solomon was the driving force behind Walsh’s tax curriculum, which emphasizes tax research. The Walsh College Library houses one of the most comprehensive tax collections in the country and is used as a resource by tax researchers throughout Michigan.

Tickets are $35 for alumni, $15 for students, and $50 for all others. Registration is required at www.walshcollege.edu/taxsymposium.

The presentations and presenters include:

  • Exploring the Cost of Individual Health Care Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Eric J. Gould, J.D., LLM Taxation, attorney and counselor of Eric J. Gould, PLC, and clinical professor, Taxation & Business Law, Walsh College. Gould will identify the costs of individual health insurance coverage, explore the tax benefits provided under the Internal Revenue Code as modified by the Act and discuss practical planning ideas to meet the costs of insurance and medical care.
  • Michigan Taxation of Flow-Through Entities: How Many Due Process Clauses Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? Marla Schwaller Carew, J.D., LLM, attorney and counselor of Marla Schwaller Carew, PLLC, and adjunct tax instructor, Walsh College. Schwaller Carew will discuss the challenges of applying broader concepts, which have become more difficult and less taxpayer-friendly in the hands of Michigan legislators, as demonstrated by a review of recent flow-through withholding and nexus standards for owners of flow-through entities.
  • Cloud Computing and Sales Tax Implications. Dave DeCew, CPA, manager, State & Local Tax, Plante & Moran, PLLC. DeCew will take an in-depth look at the sales tax environment for software companies. The sales tax treatment of infrastructure, platforms and software will be analyzed based on the most recent court decisions and state promulgations.
  • Digital Assets in the Information Age: Do Your Ones and Zeros Have Value? Bradley Perry, president, Accounting & Tax Student Organization, Walsh College, and Michael Robins. The presenters will explain and define what digital assets are and how to determine whether they have a fair market value.
  • “The Check’s in the Mail,” but Sometimes I.R.C. § 7502 [1] Doesn’t Allow You to Prove It. Jacqulene Brandt. Brandt will discuss the circuit split surrounding the timely mailing as timely filing rule, which governs when documents are received and considered filed with the IRS.

For more information on Walsh College, visit www.walshcollege.edu, or the Walsh College Master of Science in Taxation, visit www.walshcollege.edu/taxationmastersdegree.

WALSH COLLEGE
Founded in 1922, Walsh College is a private, not for profit institution offering upper-division undergraduate and graduate business and technology degrees and certificate programs. One of Southeast Michigan’s largest business schools, Walsh has locations in Troy, Novi, Clinton Township and Port Huron, as well as online. Walsh’s business services division offers the Walsh Institute, which provides solutions for businesses through training, continuing education, and consulting.

Walsh is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.ncahlc.org; phone: 312-263-0456). The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP, www.acbsp.org) accredits specific degree programs.

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WALSH CONTACTS:
Brenda Meller/Assistant Vice President, Walsh College bmeller@walshcollege.edu or 248-823-1205.

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