Professional Services Seminar- Columbus

When: May 8, 2018 8:00AM — May 8, 2018 10:00AM

Registration begins at 7:30am. 

Creative and Progressive Solutions to Attract and Retain a Better Workforce

As a provider of professional services to our community, you are responsible for managing a complex set of business challenges that are constantly changing. We can help keep you up-to-speed on these issues. Join knowledge experts from Schneider Downs and Columbus 2020 for a deep dive into the most important business issues that are affecting the professional services industry today. This two-hour educational event is designed to provide the latest information concerning tax reform legislation, creative strategies for hiring and retaining employees and how best to structure retirement plans and executive compensation.

This course is designed for any business leader providing professional services to central Ohio's business community.

Workforce Trends and Tips for Success

Columbus 2020 Director of Customized Workforce + Training, Tim Harman will share National & local trends as it relates to recruiting, training and retaining your employees. Tim will combine data with story sharing of how to be successful in today's tight labor market and what the future holds. 

Wealth Management (Retirement Plans and Executive Compensation) Programs that Work
 
Dave Brinkman, Karl Kunkle and Scott Rain, Schneider Downs Wealth Management Advisors
Various studies have illustrated a positive correlation between an employee's compensation and overall job satisfaction. We will discuss various factors that may contribute to an employee's total compensation including qualified and non-qualified plan design and consideration as well as unique individual financial planning considerations.
 
Tax Reform's Impact on Professional Services Roundtable
 
George Adams, Chris McElroy and Michael Bowman, Schneider Downs
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (The Act) was signed into law on December 22 and brings with it the most sweeping changes to the Tax Code in more than 30 years. In some cases professional service organizations may be one of the few industries that is a loser in the context of overall tax reform. We will highlight the key changes that will impact professional service firms.
 
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