Get access to 55 hours of IRS Approved Content. This package contains access to our entire library of courses. If you like to learn and want to stay up on all the latest tax codes and strategies then this package is definitely for you.
This 6-hour online video course follows the IRS outline for the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR). This course will follow the three domains exactly to ensure all topics and domains in the AFTR are thoroughly covered. Presented by CPA, Attorney and Professional Tax Speaker - Dr. Bart Basi along with Attorney Roman Basi - this Annual Federal Tax Refresher will take you on a deep dive of the 1040 to make sure you have all the information you need. This course will satisfy the AFTR requirement for all non-exempt preparers.This course must be completed by December 31st 2019 to receive AFTR credit towards your Record of Completion. Topics Covered: Domain 1 - New Tax Lax/Recent Updates Domain 2 - General Review - Schedules 1-6 Domain 3 - Practice, Procedures and Professional Responsibility
Make sure you are current and stay ahead of all of the latest changes to Federal Tax Laws. Last year everything changed with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act introducing the most significant tax law changes in 50 years. With all that happened last year, what is on tap in 2019 for an encore?
There are specific tax laws, rules, and benefits that come with each type of entity. Find out the latest in 2019 with CPA and Attorney Mark Kohler who will guide you through three hours of instruction on these topics plus discuss the importance of the Revocable Living Trust as well other types of trusts
CPA, Attorney and author Mark Kohler presents some of the most talked about changes since the roll out of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Deductions and Healthcare are hot topics for tax professionals because so much has changed. Make sure you are up to speed on all the latest changes plus find out the strategies and rules regarding paying family members as employees.
Standard vs. Itemized Deductions is always a hot tax topic. Since the advent of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there have been massive changes. The standard deduction has doubled in most cases with the intent of encouraging taxpayers to utilize the standard deduction. But does that make sense for taxpayers in every scenario? When is it more beneficial to utilize standard deductions in the post TCJA world?
Retirement plans are another topic that presents a challenge for tax preparers because there are so many different types of retirement plans and different rules that apply to each of them. Find out the different rules and strategies of retirement plans in the IRS Approved online course.
A business subjects itself to a tremendous amount of legal obligations when it hires an employee. It has the burden of complying with numerous, and sometimes contradictory laws, put in place by federal, state and local governments as well as other regulatory agencies. Here are just a few things that potential employers may find themselves subject to as they weigh this decision:
There is a tremendous amount of misunderstanding of the requirements related to 1099 forms and independent contractors. Over the past several years there has been a variety of new requirements and legislation put into effect and removed from effect which continues to contribute to confusion regarding what the requirements are for individual businesses and organizations.
CPA and Attorney Mark Kohler will cover 1 hour of the latest, most critical changes on the Tax Cuts and Job Act and the very latest for 2019.