ZZ P2. Partnership Challenges Before and After the Creation of §199A Qualified Business Income - Part 2 | On-Demand
- Course Description
This course introduces Tax Professionals to the Federal Tax Issues of operating a small business as a Partnership. The course reviews the challenges and flexibility of Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code. It discusses that the creation of a Partnership is a non-taxable event to both the partnership and the partners under the general rules of §721. In addition it discusses the exceptions to the general rule. The course discusses the concept of substituted basis for the investing parties and the carryover basis for the partnership. The course discusses the reporting requirements for Form 1065. The course will review the partner's basis in the partnership interest, distributive share of partnership profit and losses and the impact of entity debt on the individual partner. The presentation also reviews the benefits to the partner upon liquidation of the partnership interest.
- Learning Objectives
At the completion of the session, participants will better understand the challenges, the benefits and burdens of partnership taxation and will be better equipped to assist clients in planning and their reporting responsibilities. It will also allow the participant to understand the usage of entity debt and loss limitations for the individual partner.
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