Participants will gain an understanding of any current legislative updates, any new regulations or sub regulatory guidance, and best practices for advising clients on tax accounting changes involving depreciation, the ERTC, R&D costs, and the §163(j) business interest deduction limit.
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Senior Director Of Tax Accounting Methods
Brian Paul Coddington provides compliance, consultation, and audit representation services in the areas of tax accounting methods and credits. Mr. Coddington has represented taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in matters involving LIFO inventory methods, Uniform Capitalization (“UNICAP”), cost segregation, and research credit claims. He has represented clients before the I.R.S. National Office in numerous Accounting Method Changes. Mr. Coddington began his career at Source Advisors where he oversaw all tax technical research and provided technical support services, including audit representation, to all tax offerings. He then worked at a Big 4 firm in a national projects group that specialized in Federal inventory tax matters. In 2011 he became sole practitioner advising in the areas of tax accounting methods, research credit, and fixed asset issues. He is a frequent CPE presenter. Mr. Coddington is an Enrolled Agent, is a mediator in the state of Texas, and has pursued additional studies at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.
Director Of Tax Controversy
Jim joined Source Advisors as the Director of Tax Controversy in 2022. He has worked in tax incentives such as the R&D tax credit, disaster relief credits, the Employee Retention Credit, and most recently § 174. Jim has been practicing in the general area of taxation and tax law for fifteen years. In that time, he has produced numerous successful tax credit cases for his corporate clients. Further, he has had successful tax audits that range from IRS audits and appeals to state-level tax audits. Prior to joining Source Advisors, Jim worked at two national consulting firms that operated in niche tax incentives. While in law school, Jim worked at a public accounting office where he helped the firm advance in and maintain double-digit growth. Jim received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Texas A&M University and his Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law Houston. He is a licensed attorney in the State of Texas.
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