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This no-frills course has been designed to review all changes affecting for-profit taxpayers, combining the individual update with the business update and in-depth discussion of the new 20% flow-through deduction without all of the planning and compliance discussion available in the more specialized updates. Just the facts without the frills!
Will include explanation and analyses of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
State Sponsor: Maryland Society of Accounting and Tax Professionals, Inc
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We are an organization that supports the accounting and tax professional industry by providing quality and affordable education, technical and personal support, opportunities for building business and personal relationships, and as watchdog over legislation as it impacts what and how these same professionals work. This organization supports a wide range of members: Certified Public Accountants (CPAs); Enrolled Agents (EA’s); and other accounting, bookkeeping, and tax preparation providers.
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Event ObjectiveUpon the completion of this course, you will be able to-Apply the latest tax law changes to the current Form 1040/1120/1120S/1065 tax returns you prepare; Properly use many federal tax provisions prior to their expiration date; Determine if your clients had job related business expenses; Determine if your clients had any work related education expenses; Summarize the various methods of accounting that are available; Advise clients on how to properly account for inventory; Determine when a change in accounting method has occurred, when IRS approval is needed and when it is not needed, and what situations qualify for automatic approval.
Field of StudyTaxes
Prerequisites1 year tax preparation experience