Join Us at the next Chesapeake Bay Writers Luncheon Meeting
Wednesday, February 15, Center Street Grill, 5101 Center Street, Williamsburg.
We look forward to seeing you at the February meeting to hear about "Tax Planning and Pitfalls for Writers" with Professor Howard Busbee, from Williams & Mary's Mason School of Business.
Writers and authors, whether employees or self-employed, are often faced with a myriad of opportunities for saving taxes, as well as potential tax traps and surprises. The discussion will focus on the principal ways that writers can minimize their tax burden, and will also refer to potential new tax legislation that could be relevant to writers.
The luncheon will be at the Center Street Grill - 5101 Center Street, Williamsburg, and begin with a Social Hour with Cash Bar 11:00 a.m., with lunch served at noon and meeting following. Reservations requested by February 12. Payment may be made via the Paypal link connected to the reservation form, or a check mailed to Chesapeake Bay Writers, PO Box 324, North, VA 23128 to arrive by February 10th. Please complete the form below to make your reservation!
If you have any questions or special requests: Email CBWreply@gmail.com or call 804-725-6163.
Colby Chicken Sandwich
Grilled chicken breast topped with Colby Jack cheese, bacon, arugula, tomatoes and a roasted red pepper aioli. Served on brioche with fries.
Thinly sliced steak served on a baguette and topped with
sautéed onions and provolone cheese. Served with French fries and a mushroom jus for dipping.
Grilled Portabella mushroom
topped with carmelized onions, roasted red peppers, sauteed spinach and smoked Gouda cheese. Served on a toasted ciabatta and accompanied by sweet potato wedges.
House Smoked North Carolina BBQ
Slow smoked pork BBQ tossed in North Carolina style BBQ sauce. Served on a sesame Kaiser roll with sides of slaw and french fries.
Soft drinks, coffee and tea included.
Members $21 Nonmembers $26
Reservation Form Below!
About our speaker:
Howard Busbee earned a B.A. degree in Accounting from the College of William and Mary, and J.D. and Master of Law and Taxation degrees from the College's School of Law. He is a CPA and a member of the Virginia Bar. He currently serves as a Clinical Professor of Business, with his teaching interests focusing on taxation and accounting. Howard's courses have included Introduction to Federal Taxation, Advanced Taxation of Business Entities, Estate and Financial Planning, Key Business Taxation Topics, Compensation and Benefits, Taxation of International Transactions, and Principles of Accounting.
Howard joined the Mason School of Business in 2001 to assume the position of Assistant Dean of the Master of Accounting and Undergraduate Business programs. He held that position for four years, until becoming a full-time instructor in 2005. Prior to joining the Business School, he was a Tax Partner with 33 years of experience in the Philadelphia, Atlanta and Richmond offices of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and served as the firm's Southeast Regional Tax Director and on its Board of Partners. In addition to significant teaching and publication experience while a member of the firm, Howard provided tax planning services to a variety of publicly-held and middle market companies, in such areas as corporate federal and state taxation, international tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, closely-held business entities and personal financial planning for executives.
Howard serves as Vice Chair of the William and Mary Real Estate Foundation, and is past Chair of the William and Mary Foundation and past President of the W&M Alumni Association. He is a member of the annual W&M Tax Conference Advisory Council, a member of the President's Council, Law Dean's Council and other groups at the College. He serves as a Freshman Advisor for students interested in majoring in Business. Howard is a recipient of the College's Alumni Medallion, and the Law School’s Citizen Lawyer Award. Howard's professional and community activities have included service as President or Chair of the Atlanta Tax Forum, Atlanta Estate Planning Council, Academy Theatre, Theatre Virginia Board and the Richmond Private Business Study Group. He is an Emeritus Trustee of the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation and Vice President of the Foundation for Hospital Art. His other activities have included United Way of Greater Richmond and Virginia Special Olympics.