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Unpacking Tax Plans of Presidential Candidates

October 6, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

ADP CPE webinars

Participants of the live webinar will be eligible for 1 free CPE credit.

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Every four years we hear about many interesting and varied tax reform proposals. These range from tweaks to the current system to new taxes such as on value added or wealth. Proposals also include expanded credits as well as universal basic income (UBI) for low-income or sometimes for everyone. This webinar explains the tax proposals of presidential candidates, how to evaluate them, and how to help clients understand how they work.

Who Should Attend
Practitioners interested in learning more about election year tax proposals, how to evaluate them and how to help clients understand them.

Topics Covered

  • Details of the tax proposals of presidential candidates and others running for office this year
  • A SWAT analysis of the current system to help identify changes that are needed and perhaps ones that are not needed
  • What’s missing from the proposals of presidential candidates


Learning Objectives

  • Describe and explain the tax proposals of the presidential candidates
  • Recognize and apply principles of good tax policy to better understand proposals and critique them



Instructional Method
Group: Internet-based

NASBA Field of Study
Taxes (1 hour)

Program Prerequisites

Advance Preparation

2 Responses to “Unpacking Tax Plans of Presidential Candidates”

  1. Hello, I attended your webinar today, 9/28/20, “The State of Small Business: Market Outlook and Return to the Workplace Considerations.” I completed the survey by entering the three words, as required, but did not receive a CPE certificate. There was no link to the certificate in the survey, as was indicated in the instructions. I could only access the certificate of completion that references recertification for HR Certification. Can you assist me with obtaining the proper CPE certificate as there seems no other way to contact anyone for this? Thank you, Julie

  2. You will have to reach out to ADP directly. https://www.adp.com/resources/events.aspx

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