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This course is written and taught by practicing attorney/CPA Charlie Slade and national trust and estate tax expert Bill Leonard CPA from the point of view of actual practitioners. Beginning with a discussion of when returns are required, Charlie & Bill guide participants through the 1041 preparation maze while providing hands-on guidance from real, expert practitioners regarding types of trusts, return preparation, compliance, allocations and distributions. Updated for the latest laws in 2018, the course also discusses administration and accounting in 1041’s and practical planning advice throughout the day.
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The Pennsylvania Society of Public Accountants is a professional member-driven organization that provides education, information, tools and resources to more than 1,600 members around the state. With its inception in 1946, the PSPA 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 PSPA represents the interests of sole practitioners and smaller sized accounting firms.
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Event ObjectiveUpon completion of this course, you will be able to-Apply the latest updates and walk clients through the latest changes to the tax laws; Explain the various types of trusts to clients and provide advantages and disadvantages of each; Properly handle the accounting for trusts and estates; Properly report various types of income on most Form 1041 trust and estate returns; Properly include various types of expenses on most Form 1041 trust and estate returns; File various items affecting Form 1041 trust and estate returns including Schedule I form AMT, estimated tax payments, and extensions; Utilize techniques to avoid entity level tax; and more.
Field of StudyTaxes
Prerequisites2-4 years tax preparation experience