- Introductiion the New Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2018
- How does the new tax law affect the everyday tax payer?
- Problems with preparing tax returns in 2019 dealing with the new tax law
- What's in store for us?
- Any new changes?
- Questions and answers
||May 30, 2018 06:00 pm
||May 30, 2018 08:00 pm
||To discuss and update the new 2018 Tax Law
|IRS Program Number
||1 year tax preparation experience
|Field of Study
||Taxes,Federal Tax Law Update
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Matt received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Charleston. He began his accounting career with the Newark NJ CPA firm of Puder & Puder. He then changed to the (Big Eight) firm of Hurdman, Cranston, Penny & Co. where he was a senior manager in charge of a small business division. He also worked with the firm's audit department. In 1976 he opened his own practice providing accounting service to corporate business, partnerships, small and medium non corporate business, rental property clients and individual income tax clients. He is a member of the NJ Association of Public Accountants and was President of the Monmouth/Ocean Chapter of NJAPA. He has been a trustee of the Association. Also, he taught Accounting at the Livingston Campus of Rutgers University.