46th Annual Federal Tax Schools: FAIRFIELD

November 11, 2019 to November 12, 2019
Fairfield Arts & Convention Center, 200 North Main Street - Fairfield, IA

46th annual federal tax school

Chapters in the 2019 National Income Tax Workbook will include the following:
• Qualified Business Income Deduction Non-Specified Service Trades or Businesses
• Qualified Business Income Deduction –Specified Service Trades or Businesses
• Limited Liability Company Tax Issues    
• Religious Organization Tax Issues
• Agriculture and Natural Resource Issues
• Business Issues
• Real Estate Tax Issues.             
• Individual Issues 
• Investment and Retirement        
• Trust and Estate Issues

Agenda: 

DAILY SEMINAR SCHEDULE | 400 minutes each day
  7:30a Registration/sign-in begins
  8:30a Morning session begins
10:15a Break
10:30a Morning session continues
12:00p Lunch
12:50p Afternoon session begins
  2:30p Break
  2:45p Afternoon session continues
  4:30p Wrap up/sign out

Registration: 

REGISTRATION Click Here

COST  
BOTH DAYS $305 / $335 after Oct 15
ONE DAY $225 / $255 after Oct 15

COMPANY DISCOUNT
3 or more registrations from a single place of business will receive a $20 discount per participant.

CANCELLATION
Cancellations received fewer than10 business days prior to the seminar date will be refunded one-half of the registration fee. No refunds will be available or transferrable 24 hours prior to the start of the seminar. Course materials will be available upon request in consideration of fees paid. Inclement weather or other extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration.

QUESTIONS contact registrations services at 515-294-6333 or registrations@iastate.edu

Continuing Education: 

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
• 800 minutes of instruction (two days)
• Total IRS CPE Credits: 15* (4 hours federal tax law updates, 11 hours federal tax law topics)
• Total Iowa CLE Credits: 13.25
• State CPE: 16 hours
• CFP: 16 hours
IOWA: The Iowa Accountancy Examining Board does not preapprove CPE events,but it is left to the individual to determine the appropriate course of study.

* Although this two-day class includes 16 hours of CPE instruction (where 50 minutes equals one hour), one hour devoted to Iowa tax law is ineligible for IRS CPE credit.

IRS CPE 
15 hours   

  • 4 hours of Tax Update
    • Onsite Y7WRM-U-00290-19-I
  • 11 hours of Tax Topics
    • Onsite Y7WRM-T-00292-19-I

STATE CPE 
16 hours 

IOWA The Iowa Accountancy Examining Board does not pre-approve CPE events, but it is left to the individual to determine the appropriate course of study. 
OTHER STATES Consult your state’s accrediting agency/board for its rules on admissibility of this course. It is the responsibility of the attendee to understand and comply with state licensing CPE requirements.

IRS approved continuing education provider

ATTORNEYS
STATE CLE from the Iowa Supreme Court Commission on Continuing Legal Education
13.25 hours  - Onsite CLE Activity #334152

CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERS
16 hours ELECTIVE CFP from the CFP Board  

REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS
16 hours ELECTIVE CPE from the Iowa Real Estate Commission 

Day 1-  Course number: #236-4332-E
Hours: 8

Day 2- Course number: #236-4333-E
Hours: 8

INSURANCE PROFESSIONALS 
12 hours ELECTIVE CPE from the Iowa Insurance Division
IA Course ID: 104635 

 

 

 

Speakers: 

Karen Brehmer, IRS Stakeholder Liaison, Small Business/Self-Employed Division–Minneapolis MN
Iowa Department of Revenue
Joe Kristan, CPA and  partner at Eide Bailly LLP–Des Moines
David Repp, attorney, Dickinson Mackaman Tyler & Hagen PC–Des Moines
Kristine Tidgren, Director, Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation and the Dolezal Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Education & Studies –Iowa State University

CALT does not provide legal advice. Any information provided on this website is not intended to be a substitute for legal services from a competent professional. CALT's work is supported by fee-based seminars and generous private gifts. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in the material contained on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of Iowa State University.

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