Top Tax Planning Ideas for 2019 and Beyond

Income tax planning is more important than ever. People are getting fed up with paying more taxes than they should! How will the new Tax Act affect you? Marginal federal and state tax rates have been lowered. We will identify and discuss tax planning ideas that will benefit you, your investments and your business!

Presented by:

Boyd Hudson, ESQ, CPA, Partner–Adams, Hawekotte & Hudson and Charles Stanislawski, MBT, CPA, CTC, President —Stanislawski & Company, Inc., A Certified Public Accounting and Business Consulting Firm

Boyd Hudson speaking at Fiduciary Round TableAbout Boyd Hudson, ESQ, CPA

Boyd, a partner with the law firm Adams, Hawekotte & Hudson in Pasadena, specializes in Federal and California tax planning. He is a Certified Specialist in Taxation Law and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He graduated from Claremont McKenna College, Cum Laude; received his JD in 1978 from the University of California Los Angeles, School of Law; and received his MBA from the University of California Los Angeles, Graduate School of Management. Boyd is a member of the State Bar of California, Pasadena Bar Association, Pasadena CPA Discussion Group and the American Institute.

Chuck Stanislawsk at Fiduciary Round TableAbout Charles Stanislawski, MBT, CPA, CTC

Chuck Stanislawski has been providing expert tax, accounting and business consulting for over 30 years. Among his areas of specialization are: entertainment business management, small to large businesses, estate and trust tax returns, individual and business tax returns, private foundations, and nonprofit organizations. Mr. Stanislawski launched his career in 1979 at Deloitte, Haskins and Sells (currently known as Deloitte). In 1985, he purchased Stanislawski & Company, Inc. (in South Pasadena) from his father “Stan” who had founded the firm over 50 years ago. On behalf of Stanislawski & Company, Chuck has been on the Board of over 20 organizations including: The University of Southern California – School of Accounting, The Pasadena Center Operating Committee (as a City Commissioner), Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Pasadena City College Foundation, Huntington Hospital Planned Giving Advisory Council and others. Chuck holds his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (1979) and a Master’s degree in Taxation (1992) from the University of Southern California.