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Date: October 23, 2013
Location: New York, NY

Overview of presentation:

A discussion of unreasonable compensation in the context of both C and S corporations, and the corresponding tax implications, including the potential application of the accumulated earnings tax in the case of C corporations, and the potential application of the new Medicare tax created by The Health Care And Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 in the case of S corporations.  In addition, unreasonable compensation will be explored in light of current and likely future rising income tax rates. 

For more information on NYU's Institute on Federal Taxation and these two speaking engagements please click here.

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