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Reviewers often miss common errors practitioners make on individual tax returns. This informative CPE course is designed to sharpen the reviewer’s skills by:
- Examining case studies
- Discussing issues for which additional information from the client may be warranted
- Reviewing areas of tax law that require additional analysis and information.
- The course covers multiple issues, Section 199A, the qualified business income deduction, the home office deduction, hobby losses, rental properties, hiring of spouses, depreciation, Section 179 issues, organization and start−up costs and more!
CPE Credits: 5
- Section 199A qualified business income deduction
- Time share properties
- Home office
- Hobby losses
- Self-employment health insurance
- Business start-up costs
- Unreported income
- Schedule C issues
- Like-kind exchanges
- Self-employment tax
- Sections 1202 and 1244 stock
- Charitable contributions of property
- Identify potential errors or omissions of information on tax returns
- Recognize planning opportunities for your clients based upon information reported on a tax return.
- Determine the proper tax treatment for certain rental property activities.
- Identify Section 199A qualified business income deduction opportunities and the safe harbor for rental properties.
- Apply Section 199A regulations to specified service trade or busniess activities.
- Apply IRC regulations to losses on time share and vacation properties.
- Analyze the effect a home office deduction has on depreciation recapture.
- Determine the proper tax treatment for various start-up costs by a new business.
- Recognize the possibility that clients may not be disclosing all of their reportable income.
- Determine proper tax return reporting of a like-kind exchange transaction.
Who will benefit
- CPAs working with clients requiring up-to-date expertise in individual income taxation for the current tax season