CTM Hosted WE of Illinois Meeting to Discuss Tax Topics
CTM Partners Lead a Learning Session for McDonald's Owner/Operators
CTM Partner Todd Coughlan Discussed PATH Act at BGLCC Meeting
CTM Partner Steven Edelheit Discussed Tax Strategies for 2015
CTM Partner Spoke at McDonald’s WON Meeting in Racine
Chunowitz Teitelbaum & Mandel Partner Scott Weingart, CPA, JD spoke at the McDonald’s Women Operators Network meeting in Racine, WI, on Wednesday, July 23, 2014. He discussed McDonald’s new guidelines for financial ratios, which took effect in April 2014, as well as strategies to impact coverage ratios.
Chunowitz, Teitelbaum & Mandel, Ltd. Accounting Manager Julie Babetch discussed tax tips and proposed tax changes under the new administration, and Accounting Supervisor Jay Ricker gave a Quickbooks tutorial at a Women Entrepreneurs of Illinois meeting held on February 1, 2017, at the firm.
Chunowitz, Teitelbaum & Mandel, Ltd. Partners Steven Edelheit and Scott Weingart were invited to give a presentation to McDonald's Owner/Operators in the Midwest Region on September 26, 2016. More than 60 McDonald's franchisees particpated in this regional learning session, addressing the Overtime Rule and other tax/accounting issues.
Chunowitz, Teitelbaum & Mandel, Ltd. Partner Todd Coughlan, CPA, gave a presentation on tax extender legislation, discussing provisions of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act) at the Buffalo Grove Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, Financial Partners meeting on Thursday, March 17, 2016.
Chunowitz, Teitelbaum & Mandel, Ltd. Partner Steven Edelheit, CPA, CVA, was a guest speaker at GCG Financial, Inc.’s presentation 2015 Tax Strategies. Mr. Edelheit where he discussed the recent changes to Federal Transfer Taxes (estate, gift and Generation Skipping Transfer), Roth conversion opportunities in 2015; and the effect of Obamacare and Healthcare laws on your taxes. The presentation was held at the ELA Area Public Library in Lake Zurich, Illinois, on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.