New York Pass-through Entity Tax – A Potential Opportunity to Save Federal Taxes

September 15, 2021

New York Pass-through Entity Tax – A Potential Opportunity to Save Federal Taxes

September 15, 2021 | 12 PM ET

Featured Presenters

Harold Hecht, Managing Director | Mazars
Toni Mazzacca, Partner | Mazars
Harry Johnson, Senior Manager | Mazars


Join us as our presenters provide background on the TCJA’s limit on state tax deductions. We will discuss what types of entities can make the PTET election, which members of the entities qualify for benefits as well as the mechanics of how to make the election. We will also cover at high level an overview of how the PTET is computed and how the individual owners claim credits on their personal income tax returns.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webcast, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the Pass-through Entity Tax (PTET); and
  • Explain the potential benefits and detriments of making the election.

Additional Information

  • Who Should Attend: CFOs, Tax Directors, Controllers
  • Payment Information: There is no cost to attend this Mazars webcast.

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