Robert Bloink and William H. Byrnes Robert Bloink (left) and William H. Byrnes

Between an election year and the global pandemic, 2020 has left tax and financial planners with lots to consider this year, and now a new year is just around the corner.

While the pandemic remains a major factor, President-elect Joe Biden has proposed some new tax plans, raising questions for clients about the implications of these ideas and other changes possible in the year ahead.

To help advisors prepare for 2021 and better grasp how certain policies may affect  clients and their retirement plans — whether it’s Democrats or Republicans who end up controlling the Senate — tax experts Robert Bloink and William H. Byrnes will speak from  2 to 3 P.M. ET tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov 17) about the biggest tax implications of 2021.

Bloink has taught at the Texas A&M University School of Law and the Thomas Jefferson School of Law; in the past decade, he has initiated more than $2 billion in insurance and alternative asset class portfolios, and previously served as a senior attorney in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel for the Large- and Mid-Sized Business Division.

Byrnes is an executive professor and associate dean of special projects at the Texas A&M University School of Law. A pioneer of online legal education, he also is the author or co-author of 20 tax books and legal treatises.

Register now for the free webinar “What Will Be the Biggest Tax Implications for 2021,” set for 2–3 P.M. EST, on Wednesday, Nov. 18.