Annual Federal Income Tax Course Webinar I
Our Annual Federal Income Tax Course will cover the following chapters from the 2023 National Income Tax Workbook.
This chapter discusses important issues that help tax practitioners comply with their ethical obligations. Topics include the following:
Trusts and Estates:
This chapter discusses planning strategies using the gift tax annual exclusion. It explains how to make discounted gifts of interest in a family limited partnership and how to avoid common IRS challenges to those discounted gifts. This chapter reviews basic Medicaid planning and how decanting a trust can preserve Medicaid eligibility or obtain other more favorable benefits. This chapter provides information on how a fiduciary of an estate can eliminate personal liability for the decedent’s unpaid taxes.
Penalties and Defenses:
This chapter discusses individual, business, and preparer penalties. It also explains what defenses can be asserted against those penalties and available administrative and statutory penalty relief.
Form 4797, Sales of Business Property:
Form 4797, Sales of Business Property reports gains and losses from sales, but it is also the collection point for recognized gains calculated on Form 6252, Installment Sale Income; Form 8824, Like-Kind Exchanges; and casualty and theft gains and losses calculated in Section B—Business and IncomeProducing Property of Form 4684, Casualties and Thefts. This chapter reviews the tax reporting for the sale of business assets. It explains how to calculate depreciation recapture and installment sale gain, and how to report these amounts on Form 4797, Sales of Business Property. This chapter also explains the calculation and reporting of recapture under I.R.C. §§ 179 and 280F.
Retirement Tax Issues
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement 2.0 Act of 2022 (SECURE 2.0), Pub. L. No. 117-328 changed the required beginning date for required minimum distributions from a qualified plan and added several exceptions to the additional tax on early distributions. This chapter discusses the existing rules for required minimum distributions from an IRA or defined contribution plan and the changes enacted by SECURE 2.0. This chapter reviews existing and new rules for early plan distributions and the requirements for hardship distributions. It explains a new option for qualified charitable distributions. Finally, this chapter contains a summary of key provisions in SECURE 2.0.
Individual Tax Issues: Part 1
This chapter covers several current issues for tax practitioners preparing individual income tax returns, including the following:
Individual Tax Issues: Part 2
This chapter explains new laws and regulations that are important for individual taxpayer returns. It includes the following:
Business Entity Tax Issues
This chapter examines issues that pertain to business entities, including adjusting and reporting S corporation debt basis, a comparison of a redemption vs. a sale of a partnership interest, new Schedules K-2 and K-3 reporting, fixing S corporation eligibility errors, and I.R.C. 501(c)(6) business leagues eligibility and taxation.
Business Tax Issues
This chapter discusses some of the issues that tax practitioners encounter when they prepare returns for clients who operate a business. Topics include the following:
This chapter covers issues the IRS targets as key issues for practitioners. Topics include the following:
Like-Kind Exchange Issues
This chapter provides a practical look at the mechanics of a like-kind exchange, including the following:
New and Expiring Legislation
This chapter covers recently enacted tax legislation and procedures. It is organized by subject to help participants quickly find topics of interest and includes a table of tax provisions that expired or are set to expire.
Rulings and Cases
This chapter summarizes selected rulings and cases that were issued from September 2022 through August 2023. It gives participants an update on issues that are being addressed by the IRS and the courts.
Tax Rates and Useful Tables
This chapter reports the tax rates, deduction limits, credit limits, and income thresholds and limits that change each year.
16 hours IRS CPE (Y7WRM-U-00361-23-O – 3 credits, Y7WRM-T-00362-23-O – 11 credits, Y7WRM-E-00366-23-O - 2 credits)
Chris Harper, MBA, PhD Affiliate Instructor, Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business
CPA, MBA, DBA and Senior Manager, Hungerford Nichols CPAs + Advisors
Chris will teach at all online courses.
Chris serves on the faculty for Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business as an affiliate instructor in the School of Accounting. A frequent speaker, he has also taught a variety of continuing education courses for state CPA societies. Chris provides accounting and consulting services to a wide variety of clients. He has been serving the tax and accounting needs of businesses and individuals since 1998.
Joe Kristan, CPA and Partner at Eide Bailly LLP, Des Moines, IA
Joe has been a tax practitioner since 1984 working primarily with closely held businesses, serving the agriculture, distribution, and manufacturing industries. Joe is the author of the popular Tax News & Views blog, www.eidebailly.com/taxblog.
|David Repp Attorney, Dickinson Mackaman Tyler & Hagen PC, Des Moines, IA David practices primarily in the area of taxation. He provides a broad range of tax counsel on topics including federal and state income tax planning, taxation of employee benefits, equity structure, and mergers.|
Michael Smith Senior Stakeholder Liaison, IRS
Michael is a Senior Stakeholder Liaison with the Internal Revenue Service. Michael has held a variety of positions in the Small Business/Self-Employed division of the IRS as a Revenue Officer and Collections Manager.
Kristine Tidgren Director, Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation (CALT) Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Kristine is an attorney and the Dolezal Adjunct Associate Professor in the Agricultural Education and Studies Department at ISU. Kristine enjoys researching and analyzing complex tax issues and writes and edits many articles, blog posts, and educational materials. She speaks to many groups regarding tax and legal topics throughout the year.
$315 by October 20, $345 after