Virtual Description and Objectives
Sessions include detailed, in-depth information on the most recent legislation, expiring provisions and IRS updates. Individual topics include energy credits for electric vehicles and personal real estate, as well as updates on the new RMD rules. Business topics include updates on schedules K-2 and K-3 to report certain items of international tax relevance, as well as updates on business credits and deductions for 2023. Course materials will include the most recent legislation and IRS updates as they become available.
Sessions will also include today’s current trends in tax preparation and planning, as well as common situations in which you’ll need to be prepared to develop a tax strategy for your client.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Analyze new tax laws and developments for individuals and businesses
Determine the tax treatment of different sources of income
Analyze the change in tax rules for certain credits and deductions
Identify extended and expired tax provisions
Analyze the tax impacts of selling a partnership, S corporation or C corporation
Determine the tax treatment of fringe benefits
Report unique rental property activities such as conversions of a primary residence and short-term rentals
Summarize how tax professionals can assist clients with IRS interactions
Course Level: Update and Intermediate
Prerequisite: Fundamental knowledge of individual and business income tax
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based