EB-NC Financial Management Network Webinar - January 13, 2024

When:  Jan 13, 2024 from 09:00 AM to 01:00 PM (PT)

A continuing education (CPE) event for accounting and finance professionals. The program allows you to earn four hours of CPE credit, keep up-to-date on accounting and finance issues and network with other professionals.

These CPE Sessions are conducted under the IMA's Global Core Values and IMA's Statement of Ethical Professional Practice. Adherence to these statements are required to participate in this event.

The new link for the East Bay - Northern California FMN Session is:

Here are the January 2024 topics:

Section 1446(f) PTP Withholding Tax: Proficiency & Purpose
Field of Study: Taxes
Before passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in 2017, taxation on the sale of a partnership interest by a foreign person was not clearly defined. Section 1446(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, imposed a 10% withholding tax on the amount realized from a foreign person’s sale, exchange, or other disposition of a partnership interest to the extent the foreign person would have effectively connected income (ECI) under Section 864(c)(8). Seth Poloner, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, joins this segment to discuss the importance of Section 1446(f), custodial broker requirements, exceptions to Section 1446(f), and an update on Notice 2023-8.
Benefitting Society Through Long-Term Investment Strategies
Field of Study: Finance
Ethical investing is a growing force in capital markets, and ESG funds posted increased inflows of nearly $659B in 2021. Long-term sustainable investing has become increasingly popular as investors seek to make socially responsible investments that align with personal values and long-term viability. Jennifer Coombs, a professor for the College for Financial Planning, has years of experience helping financial advisors and wealth managers build competencies in sustainable investing. She clarifies the path for finance professionals to leverage ESG investments to achieve financial, socially responsible success for all stakeholders.
PPP: Best Practices, General Enforcement Actions & Fraud
Field of Study: Accounting
The Paycheck Protection Program provides small businesses with funds to pay up to eight weeks of payroll costs including benefits. Funds can also be used to pay interest on mortgages, rent, and utilities. Erica Price, Manager at Paradigm Forensics, LLC, joins this segment to discuss the importance of understanding PPP eligibility requirements, properly calculating loan and forgiveness amounts, the statute of limitations for PPP fraud, and enforcement actions being taken by various government agencies. Erica also provides proactive and reactive best practices for companies, including maintaining a comprehensive PPP file, ensuring good communication with lenders, and seeking expert assistance if needed.
Successful Arbitration: Challenges and Guidance
Field of Study: Business Law
Over the past 25 years, it has become increasingly commonplace for corporations to avail themselves of arbitration in the case of conflict, opting for less complicated and costly private dispute resolution instead of spending time and resources in court. Ketan Soni, Partner at Soni Brendle, PLLC, has years of experience in arbitration and mediation and has created training programs for mediators across North Carolina, where he practices law. Ketan shares his expert insights on the arbitration process and regulatory framework, as well as the benefits of arbitration in providing fair and efficient solutions for involved parties.

 $40 Pay through PayPal


Robert Hulin
(510) 304-1406