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CPAs in OH, IN, KY, MI, PA, and SC to receive 3 Hours Free CPE

Northeast Ohio’s Tax Credits Group (TCG) and Duffy+Duffy have announced the dates for their summer income tax reduction seminar series, where attendees will learn powerful tax planning tools and strategies to maximize credits and deductions in order to save significant tax dollars for their clients.

The free seminars will be held over 4 separate dates throughout June and will be conducted over a virtual webinar format.


CPAs, CFO’s, accountants, tax preparers or other interested parties can register for an upcoming 3-hour webinar session via the Duffy+Duffy website at:


This event is free and open to all but CPE is only available to CPAs based in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina.

Webinar Dates & Times:

  • Monday June 26 – 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST
  • Tuesday June 27 – 12:00-3:00 p.m. EST
  • Wednesday June 28 – 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EST
  • Thursday June 29 – 12:00-3:00 p.m. EST

Learning Schedule:

The Current State of R&D and ERC – Understanding the Implications of Recent R&D Litigation; Upcoming ERC Filing Deadlines (1 Hour)

In this 50 minute session, TCG President Michael Krajcer, CPA, J.D. and Vice President and General Counsel Margaret Krajcer, J.D., Esq., will provide attendees with an overview of 3 recent R&D Tax Credit court cases, as well as the impact that the rulings will have on taxpayers and tax preparers alike; 1) Little Sandy Coal Company Inc. v Commissioner, 2) Boswell v. Commissioner, 3) Stephens v. Commissioner.  They’ll also provide an update on the current state of the Employee Retention Credit and the critical filing deadlines that CPAs need to be aware of.

Cost Segregation: The Most Powerful Tax Tool for Real Estate (2 Hours)

During this 100 minute session, Duffy+Duffy President Craig Miller, CPA, CCSP, CGMA, MBA will provide insight on how Engineering-based Cost Segregation Studies are the most valuable tax tool for real estate owners, developers, and tenants in leased space of all types.

Attendees will learn about the interplay with the EPAct Sec. 179D Energy Efficiency tax deduction, the IRS Tangible Property Repair Regulations, and the favorable Qualified Improvement Property classification of building improvements.

Miller will also provide insight and address questions relating to legal authority, IRS requirements, and favorable Case Law governing this niche industry.