- TX Credits : 5.0
- CTEC Credits : CA Tax Law - 5.0
Session Description - California’s tax law remains fluid. This comprehensive course covers key tax issues for completing complicated California returns. All topics include coverage of new legislation, rulings and procedures, as well as case law to help the busy practitioner keep current. Speakers are all practicing preparers who share practical tips and insights to help you get ready for this tax season.
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Identify the changes to standard deductions, exemption credits and filing thresholds from 2019 to 2020.
Identify tax aspects of California legislative changes during 2020, as well as other important developments affecting 2020 and 2021.
Identify tax aspects of California legislative changes during 2019.
Identify the California tax advantages and disadvantages of each entity type.
Describe the history and new rules regarding taxation of LLCs in California.
Discuss the tax aspects of filing California returns for California Registered Domestic Partners and same sex marriages.
Identify the laws affecting taxation of nonresident income by California.
Identify the laws affecting property tax in California.
Identify the major differences between federal and California law for individuals.
Identify the major differences between federal and California law for corporations.