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Thank you for registering for Business Income Tax: The Game Has Changed, a seminar on the Qualified Business Income Deduction. Please watch your Inbox for confirmation of your registration, as well as details on the event.

If you have any questions related to the event, please contact Susan Miller, marketing manager, at (757) 873-1587, ext. 6379 or email.

We look forward to seeing you on January 29, 2019. In the meantime, please visit the Tax section of the PBMares Blog for recent articles that may impact you and your business.

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Virginia Tax Conformity and Its Impact on 2018 Filings

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529 Savings Plan Benefits Change for the Better

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