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1040 Tax in Depth

Live Seminar

Credit Hours: 16

By: Bob Jennings CPA, EA, Terry Bakker, EA

Registration for state sponsored events such as this one are handled by the individual states and not through our site. Contact information for registration is:

Phone: 412-833-3450
Website: https://www.pstap.org/professional-education-events/cpe-catalog/?eventid=836

Event Description:

America’s only CPE award winner continues its tradition as a CPE class combined with a 1040 desktop reference guide. For 2017 we will continue our 4 special focus chapters with new topics of: Amended returns; final returns for deceased; small business pension plan issues; and divorce. The manual begins with our coverage of individual law changes in the powerful and popular “What’s New” discussion, which usually takes ½ of the 2 days. The course then proceeds through problem area and special focus issues and ends with industry issues on the latest concerns. As the only CPE provider recipient of the CPA Technology Advisor’s top research award you are assured of getting the best reference material available presented in an educational, yet interesting format.

Sponsor Details

State Sponsor: PSTAP Western PA chapter

Phone: 412-833-3450

Email: PSPAWPAChapter@aol.com

Sponsor Details

Sponsor: PSTAP Western PA chapter

If you have a small accounting and/or tax practice, you can’t afford to NOT belong to the PSTAP. The Pennsylvania Society of Tax & Accounting Professionals is a professional member-driven organization that provides education, information, tools and resources to more than 1,900 members around the state. With its inception in 1946, PSTAP, then PSPA (Pennsylvania Society of Public Accountants) was originally created to serve the needs of Public Accountants. Today, however, our membership is composed of certified public accountants (70%), public accountants, enrolled agents and tax practitioners. The PSTAP represents the interests of sole practitioners and smaller sized accounting firms. If you would like information about how to join the PSTAP, or the many benefits associated with membership in the PSTAP they are available here, or you can contact our Executive Office at info@pspa-state.org or by calling toll free 1-800-270-3352. If you want an application to join, click here.

Attendee Requirements

Call society/sponsor for location and hotel information as needed.

All policies and registration and fees are established by society/sponsor.

Dress warmly in layers as the room may be cool.

Event Details
Seating:
LIMITED
Cost:
$0.00
Hours:
16
Event Dates and Times

TIME ZONES: PLEASE NOTE: All live seminar times are listed for the time zone which the seminar is being held.

Date 1 :   November 08, 2017
Time 1 :   8:00 AM    Add to Outlook
 
Date 2 :   November 09, 2017
Time 2 :   8:00 AM   
 
Event Location
Venue:
Regional Learning Alliance
Address: 850 Cranberry Wood Drive Pittsburgh-Cranberry Township, PA 16066
Contact Information
Speaker Bio(s)
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Bob Jennings CPA, EA

Bob is a nationally renowned author and speaker, presenting continuing education classes to over 100,000 tax professionals over the last 20 years all over the world. Bob is a licensed CPA (Indiana),and an IRS Enrolled Agent. Bob is also a prolific author and has published over 60 professional ar...

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Terry Bakker, EA

Terry O’Leary Bakker, EA, LTC 67985-C is the owner of O’Leary’s Tax Service, Ltd. in downtown Vancouver, Washington, across the river from Portland, Oregon. Terry graduated with her BS in Business Administration: Accounting from Portland State University in 1988 and has worked in tax ever since....

Contact:
George Belles
Email:
PSPAWPAChapter@aol.com
Phone:
412-833-3450
Testimonials

Testimonial

Event Objective
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to properly report amounts on clients’ Form 1040 returns that appear on various 3rd party forms, properly prepare Form 1040 and its various schedules; properly file the above forms with Form 1040 when required; Determine if clients qualify to take various credits on their 1040 returns to reduce taxable income; Properly deduct disaster losses on Form 1040; Provide clients with methods of saving for their children’s college education and determine if they qualify for various education credits and deductions to reduce taxable income; Prepare to handle IRS audits of your clients; Comply with the requirements imposedby the Circular 230 regulations; Advise clients who are members of the military on special taxation rules.

Field of Study
Taxes

Prerequisites
2-4 years tax preparation experience

Event Level
Intermediate

NASBA Category
Taxes