On Demand Program

Fundamentals of Sophisticated Practice Part II: Critical Tax and Creative Compensation Issues

Date:

Aired Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Runtime: 3:00h

Program Code:

FLF14

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Divorce is an emotionally charged event, especially when there is lot of money at stake, and even more so when you are concerned that there is a lot of money at stake and are not sure how to prove it -- something which is becoming more of a challenge in today’s business environment of creative compensation packages and small businesses. To further complicate matters, practitioners need to know how to explain to a divorcing client the tax realities to avoid any post-divorce tax surprises.

Join our panel of experts as they discuss in detail:

  • How to pluck out of a complicated tax return the dollars which should be added into a person’s income for purposes of calculating support
  • How to recognize when components of income are being disguised and/or manipulated
  • How to read and recognize income on a K-1
  • Creative components of high-end earner compensation, such as stock vehicles, incentive income and bonuses, phantom income, fringe benefits, retirement and severance packages, and “golden parachutes”
  • Creative payroll, business expense and balance sheet management techniques
  • Special tax and transferability considerations which come into play when considering these types of compensation and in allocating these kinds of assets

Faculty:

Kimberley J. Joyce, Esq., Program Chair
Law Office of Kimberley J. Joyce , Newton
Marc D. Bello, CPA/ABV, CVA, MAAF, CFF, MST, Panelist
Edelstein & Company LLP , Boston
Patricia O'Connell, Esq., Panelist
Kajko, Weisman, Colasanti LLP , Lexington

Sponsoring Sections:

Family Law Section

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