Learning Objectives: Lesson number two of our 2020 Tax Update and Review Conference Virtual Conference series. This lesson deals with a variety of compensation issues including: collectibles, crowdfunding, Cryptocurrency, unemployment, non-cash prizes, workers compensation, sick pay, automotive dealer incentives, surrogacy fees, Medicaid waiver payments, renter lease buy out, W-2 after death, utility rebates, misclassified employees, tip income, social security, capital transactions, wash sales, employee stock options, qualified small business stock, uncommon home sale issues, debt relief and exclusions, personal injury, statutory employee, insurance sales and viatical settlements, interest tracing rules and qualified opportunity funds.
Conference Schedule: Due to the popularity of the live conference event held November, 2020 - January, 2021, we are extending access to the on demand version available.
CPE Hours: Federal Tax Subject = 2 CPE Credits / Total = 2 CPE Credits
Accreditation: CTEC, IRS, Enrolled Agents, NASBA-QAS CPAs
Field of Study: Federal Tax Subject
Publication Date: 11/02/2020
Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
Advanced Preparation: No Advanced Preparation Required
Speakers: Lee Reams Sr., BSME, EA and Arthur Werner, J.D., M.S.
Webinar Material: A copy of the Big Book of Taxes 365 Seminar Edition and the Power Point Presentation PDFs are available for download within the course learning path.
Refund Policy: Refunds will be granted only if requested at least ten days before the virtual conference begins; 10% of the fee will be withheld from all refunds. Cancellations within 10 business days of the conference date can only be credited to your account for a future seminar date. No exceptions. Sorry, no recording permitted. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaint and refund, please contact our offices at 1-800-384-1101. We reserve the right to change or alter locations and schedules.
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