SECURE Act and Other 2019 Tax Legislation

1:00 pm–1:50 pm ET

# of CPE Credits



The SECURE Act makes the most significant changes to retirement plans since 2006.  This presentation provides and in-depth review of the SECURE Act and Disaster Relief Act, as well as new extenders provisions and changes to the Affordable Care Act.
Major Topics:
* Crippling of the “stretch” IRA
* Changes impacting estate and trust planning
* Small employer multi-employer retirement plans
* Retirement plans for long-term part-time employees
* Disaster relief provisions, such as pension plan distributions, relaxed limitations on casualty losses, employee retention credit, and others
* Extenders provisions, including mortgage life insurance premium as qualified residence interest, tuition and fees deduction, and exclusion from gross income of cancelled debt on a principal residence
* Numerous extensions of energy related provisions, such as new home energy credit
* Changes impacting the Affordable Care Act


Upon completion of this course you will be able to: have a deeper knowledge of the latest IRS interpretation of the new SECURE Act and changes to the Extenders Act, Disaster Relief Act and Affordable Care Act.


* Small employer/multi-employer retirement plans * Retirement plans for long-term/part-time employees * Crippling of the "stretch" IRA

Who Should Attend

CPAs and members in industry seeking the latest IRS legislative updates.

Required Knowledge

Basic working knowledge of individual and business tax.

Advanced Prep


Event Speaker(s)

Mr. Steven C. Dilley, Ph.D. ( Federal Tax Workshop, East Lansing, MI ),

Additional Event Information

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Event Vendor:Federal Tax Workshop
Field of Study:Taxes
Level: Update
Other:New Course

Event Type:Webinar
NASBA Instructional Method:Group Internet Based
Event Code:WB073319

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