WOLFE TO DISCUSS BUSINESS DISPOSITIONS AT NCACPA SYMPOSIUM
November 7, 2016
Forrest Firm attorney Jeff Wolfe will discuss business dispositions during a November 14 appearance at the 77th Annual Symposium Conference of the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA).
This year’s Symposium Conference of the NCACPA will take place at Greensboro’s Grandover Resort and Conference Center from November 14-16. Wolfe will speak on the topic of dispositions involving pass-through entities, discussing tax considerations on a transfer of assets (including distribution of property from an entity to an owner). He will also discuss tax considerations involved in a transfer of an ownership interest of a pass-through entities, focusing primarily on the differences between partnerships and S corporations.
The NCACPA is a 14,000 member-strong organization dedicated to the certified public accountant (CPA) profession. The organization holds multiple annual events to offer educational seminars and promote networking among CPAs in public practice as well as those serving in corporate leadership roles. In addition, the NCACPA is a leading source of continuing education for CPAs to maintain the standards of their profession.
The Symposium Conference will see more than 900 participants representing both practicing CPAs as well as accountants in corporate leadership positions.
Jeff Wolfe joined the Forrest Firm in 2014. A business attorney since his graduation from the Wake Forest University School of Law in 2008, Wolfe’s areas of practice at the Forrest Firm include corporate formation and governance, commercial contracts, and strategic transactions. His transactional background includes deep experience in mergers and acquisitions, equity offerings, and debt financings. Wolfe has advised companies at every size and stage of the business life cycle, from small start-ups to large public companies.
This past spring, Wolfe opened the Forrest Firm’s Triad office in the downtown Winston-Salem’s Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.