Lunch & Learn Webinar
Guiding Your Way Through
2018 Tax Reform

Audience: Home Health, Hospice, Private Duty


President Trump recently signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill into law, and it makes major changes to the U.S. tax code for individuals and organizations nationwide. This bill represents the most significant tax changes in the United States in more than 30 years.

The objective of this session is to give specific updates to for-profit senior living providers as to the changes that will go into effect. We will review proposed changes that will affect both the organization operations, the employees of those organization and the residents.

Those attending the session will gain insight into changes to come and appropriate courses of action to take.

  • Overview of new tax bill

  • Learn how the new C corporation rates work and the concept
    of double taxation

  • Learn the new passthrough rates and who at this point gets
    those lower rates

  • There are new rules on who can obtain the cash method of
    accounting and why you are going to want take advantage of this

  • New rules on writing off equipment and certain real estate through bonus depreciation - It is now 100%!

  • New law on limits on interest deductions and how those work

  • The new law disallows entertainment deductions, but does allow us to keep certain business meals intact



Doug Mueller, CPA

Mueller Prost

Doug is regarded as a leading business advisor for corporate and emerging tax issues, as well as a nationally recognized consultant and guest contributor in various specialty, local, regional, and national publications, including Money Magazine and The Wall Street Journal.

Doug focuses on and provides high-level tax planning and consulting for high-net worth individuals, business owners and their related businesses across a broad range of industries including; real estate, construction, technology, healthcare, professional services, and manufacturing.

An avid reader, Doug keeps clients, business associates, and Mueller Prost professionals informed on emerging tax and economic issues - providing technical interpretation and advice on implementing changes in tax law. This passion for knowledge sharing and education is evidenced by his commitment to self-learning and teaching, as well as numerous speaking engagements and lectures throughout the year to local, regional and national audiences. Doug spends significant amounts of time researching for his speaking engagements, which cover a multitude of business topics and tax issues. He further shares this knowledge internally, teaching on various topics at Mueller Prost.

As an entrepreneur, Doug is co-founder of Mueller Prost and has been providing leadership in St. Louis over the last thirty years. He has helped develop a culture and team at Mueller Prost that is dedicated to quality, technical expertise and service.

Doug sits on multiple professional and charitable boards, including the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants (MSCPA) and the Executive Board for Lindenwood University.

Doug has also earned various awards, including Who's Who in Law and Accounting by the St. Louis Business Journal, Beyond the Best by Small Business Monthly, St. Louis Top Accountant by a leading business publication, winner of the Fourth Annual Money Magazine Tax Contest, 2012 UMSL College of Business Distinguished Career Achiever Award and many others.


Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider # CEP2463) for up to one and one half (1.5) contact hours of continuing education. You must be present for the entire webinar to earn continuing education credit.

At the completion of the webinar, you will be directed to complete an online evaluation form, which is required in order to obtain a certificate of completion. Please allow 1-2 weeks for your certificate to arrive via mail.


Cancellations are subject to a 20% handling fee. No cancellations or refunds will be issued once user login information has been sent. Unfortunately, due to the online format of this program we are unable to offer exceptions to this policy. If you are unable to attend, substitutions are allowed. Refunds will not be made for "no-shows." Should CAHSAH cancel the program, a full refund will be issued.