Take as an individual course or as a custom series - This course is part of a traditional 16-hour seminar. This year you can take all 4 courses in the series to attend the entire seminar or pick only the most relevant topics to you.
Session Description - In this discussion, we will discuss the key federal tax components of the late breaking 2020 legislation and review other critical year end developments. Since the arrival of TCJA in late 2017 through the legislative response to the pandemic practitioners continue to face numerous challenges regarding even the most basic returns. There have been several changes as a result of a cascade of tax acts since 2017 and IRS guidance ranging from Q and As, notices, regulations and significant form changes.
This session will focus primarily on family tax matters, filing status, divorce and the kiddie tax. Understanding the impacts of itemized deductions and education credit changes will be dealt with as well. The economic impact payments received by taxpayers in 2020 will require our attention during the “reconciliation” process of filing 2020 returns. In additional there have been numerous credits either extended or added as a result of the Extender and Cares Acts.
We partner with sponsoring state associations to provide both live, in-person, and online seminars. Here is where you can reach your local partners to learn more.
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Does not apply to association or society events.
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