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Chamber workshop to discuss tax cuts, Jobs Act

The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber on Thursday, March 7, will host a Professional Edge Workshop focusing on the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in 2017.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was approved by Congress in late 2017, and means a number of changes to the federal tax code that may impact a variety of businesses and owners. The workshop will inform attendees on the most common and meaningful provisions of the act, the impact of those provisions on individuals, corporations and flow-through entities, as well as potential planning opportunities.

Workshop speakers include Vincent Gotko, Rachelle Mckerness and Stephanie McPherson, all of Fenner Melstrom and Dooling PLC in Birmingham.

“Sweeping changes to the federal tax code can have a significant impact on small and large companies, as well as the small business owner,” said Chamber President Joe Bauman. “This program is designed to help untangle that web, and we are grateful for Fenner, Melstrorm and Dooling offering to help educate our members and the public.”

The workshop is scheduled from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at The Community House, 380 S. Bates St., in Birmingham, and includes a continental breakfast. There is no charge to attend, however, space is limited. To register, visit or call 248.644.1700.

The Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber is a membership organization dedicated to promoting the economic development, strengthen the business climate and improve the quality of life in Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin. The BBChamber Professional Edge Workshops are sponsored by DFCU Financial and are interactive events focused on strengthening businesses.

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