Best Practices for the 2019 Filing Season

January 30, 2020 at 2:00 PM


With the 2019 tax season upon us, tax practitioners must be vigilant in understanding tax law changes that will impact 2019 returns. Recent legislative changes, including the extension of many individual and business tax credits, as well as regulatory activity, will impact this year’s returns, and may impact prior tax years’ returns as well. Now is the time for tax professionals and practitioners to find efficiencies for conducting tax law research to understand what these changes mean for their clients. Attend this webinar to learn more about recent changes in the law, tips and tricks to help with tax law research, and learn some other best practices to get you through this busy season.

Discussion topics:

  • Legislative and regulatory changes impacting 2019 returns.
  • 2019 tax year form changes.
  • Best practices to enhance compliance.
  • Considerations for 2020 tax planning.

Educational objectives include:

  • Learn about recent tax legislative and regulatory changes
  • Understand changes to 2019 tax year forms
  • Learn best practices for conducting tax research and finding essential information.

Who would benefit most from attending this Bloomberg Tax webinar?

CPAs, Partners, Chief Financial Officers, Controller, Directors, Accounting Manager, Analysts


Kenneth Savell
Senior Tax Law Analyst
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting
Ken Savell is a Senior Tax Law Analyst for Bloomberg Tax and Accounting in their US Income and IRS Practice Procedure Group and a practitioner with extensive experience, including individual income tax planning and compliance. He has a JD and LLM in Taxation from the University of Baltimore School of Law and an ERISA Certificate from the Georgetown University Law Center.

Jim Ferguson
Tax Law Analyst
Bloomberg Tax & Accounting
Jim Ferguson is a Tax Law Analyst for Bloomberg Tax and Accounting in their US Income and IRS Practice Procedure Group. He has a JD from Vermont Law School and an LLM in Taxation from Boston University School of Law, as well as a Sc.D. in Chemical Engineering from MIT. He is a member of the Virginia bar and is a USPTO registered patent attorney.