2020 Tax Update and Review Conference Lesson 3 - Business Issues Part 1 Live Webcast - 2 Hours CPE

Regular price $ 79.00

Learning Objectives: Lesson number three of our 2020 Tax Update and Review Conference Virtual Conference series. The first half of business issues includes a variety of issues encountered by self-employed individuals plus profit motive and hobbies, Form 1099-K AND 8300, failed business expenses, spouses and partnership rules, at-risk rules, start-up and organizational expenses, above-the-line health insurance, employing family members, partner expenses, MACRS/ADS property, bonus depreciation, qualified improvement property, Sec 179, employee or independent contractor, intangibles, meals & entertainment, vehicle expenses, travel expenses, travel outside the U.S., home office, NOLs, personal property rentals, real property rentals, short-term rentals, vacation home rentals, installment sales, 1031 exchanges and the Sec 199A deduction including how to determine whether or not an individual is a specified service trade or business and rentals as qualified trades or businesses.

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. 

Conference Schedule:  The Schedule Restarts Every Monday and Wednesday between

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

Level: Intermediate

Prerequisites: None

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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ClientWhys is an approved provider for IRS, NASBA QAS, CTEC and the Oregon Tax Preparer Board providing continuing education for CPAs, EAs, IRS and CRTPs.

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