Joint CLE PROGRAM Skagit County Bar Association
& Biden’s Key Tax Proposal
Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Time: 12 to 2:30 pm
Type: Virtual Program (webinar)
The Link to the CLE will be provided to all registered participants before the CLE.
Approved for 2.5 CLE
COVID/Stimulus Tax Provisions:
- Key tax highlights from Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
- Key tax highlights from Consolidated Appropriations Act
- Key tax highlights from American Rescue Plan Act
Biden’s Key Tax Provisions:
- Higher taxes on wealthier Americans
- Increase to Corporate Taxes
- Tax breaks for ordinary Americans
How COVID has changed transactions and employment issues:
- Force Majeure Clauses
- Risk Allocation
- Remote Workers
REGISTRATION CLOSES on Sunday, 06/06/2021
Matt Roetcisoender, CPA, CVA
Senior Tax Manager VSH CPA
Matt has been in the accounting industry for over ten years and specializes in tax and business valuations. Matt works with his clients to value their business for matters ranging from mergers and acquisitions, funding, family transitions and preparing for retirement.
Matt enjoys working closely with business owners to assist them in properly valuing their business and setting them on the right foot for the next stage in life. He is a Skagit County native with strong ties and familiarity of the unique challenges business in Washington State face.
Matt has ties to the Skagit Rotary Club, the Technology Alliance Group and the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County (EDASC).
B.S. in Accounting, Central Washington University
Masters in Public Accountancy, Central Washington University
Madison Price, CPA, MPA cc
Manager – Business and Tax Advisor, VSH CPA
Madison has been on the VSH team since 2015, and as a CPA and Master of Professional Accounting graduate, she leverages that knowledge and experience to find solutions to her clients’ varied and often unique needs. Providing professional guidance and accounting services allows her to work closely with small businesses and owner operators as their Partner in Business, one of her favorite aspects of her role!
Sallye Quinn, JD
Barron Smith Daughert, PLLC
Sallye’s lending and creditor’s rights practice focuses on assisting lenders with documentation and due diligence review as well as representing creditors in bankruptcy and assisting lenders with all aspects of collection, including real and personal property foreclosure. In her real estate practice, Sallye represents a number of clients in all phases of real estate acquisition and leasing and also assists commercial landlords with eviction proceedings. Sallye’s general business practice covers a wide range of business issues, including selecting and forming the business entity, buying and selling assets and interests in operating enterprises, ownership agreements and general contract drafting and negotiation.
B.A. Walla Walla College
J.D. University of Idaho
Admitted to practice in Washington & Idaho
Nolan Davison, JD
Barron Smith Daughert, PLLC
Nolan joined Barron Smith Daugert in 2018 and brings a multi-disciplinary approach to his practice, drawing from his experience in a variety of fields and applying his unique legal background to find creative solutions for his clients. Nolan practices employment and labor law, as well as business and real property law. Nolan advises businesses of every size in a variety of industries on questions and issues regarding employment, including wage and hour claims and discrimination issues.
B.A. Western Washington University
Master 2 (J.D.) Université de Cergy-Pontoise
J.D. Vermont Law School
Admitted to practice in Washington & New York (inactive)