You, Your Family, Your Business
What Tax Laws May Effect Your Life in 2020
Program by Michelle Goldsmith
It's said there are only two certainties in life, and one of those is taxes! Rather than avoid, overcome challenges you may feel about dealing with taxes with knowledge, You can start the New Year hearing about tax law changes that can effect you, your family and your business from a credentialed tax professional. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in safe environment with other like-minded business women.
- What updates will I encounter and what is the most advantageous process to deal with them?
- Are there deductions I don't know about?
- If I start a business, what should I consider to be in-line with IRS guidelines AND still have more left in my pocketbook?
- What is tax process will we go through when my parents pass?
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Michelle Goldsmith, MST, CPA, will be giving us some valuable updates on the tax code and share some serious considerations to help us navigate the tax process.
Michelle Goldsmith, MST, CPA, is a Principal working in the Kennebunk and Portsmouth offices. She specializes in individual, business, estate and trust taxation and planning and IRS representation.
Michelle graduated with a B.A. in Sociology at University of Maryland, College Park and an A.A. in Accounting from Prince Georges Community College. She received her Master of Science in Taxation from Bentley University. Michelle received her CPA certification in 1996.
Michelle is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Maine Society of CPAs and the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council. She has been a director and treasurer of Sanford Kiwanis Club since 2008 and Portsmouth NH Provisors networking group member since 2018.