NSTP is pleased to once again be presenting during the IRS Tax Forums. Be sure to come hear the two timely topics we will be discussing, visit us in the National Tax Forum (NTF) Exhibit Hall and follow us on Twitter to discuss your questions, observations and concerns.
- Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Things Learned During the 2019 Filing Season
This course discusses the experiences realized after actually applying the provisions that were changed, created, repealed and temporarily suspended as a result of enacting TCJA. The course will review the winners, the losers, updated forms and challenges encountered. The course will discuss planning issues and federal tax policy issues dealing with individuals, corporations, partnerships and the underlying investors.
Learning Objectives: At the completion of the course, participants will understand the impact of the changes made by the TCJA and the need to provide more tax planning opportunities for individuals, partnership and corporate clients.
Presented by the National Society of Tax Professionals.
- Properly Substantiating the §199A Qualified Business Income
This presentation provides tax professionals with information to educate their clients on the importance of understanding what is required for substantiating the §199A deduction. The course will discuss the proper substantiation for verifying the deduction and the importance of good record keeping for tax purposes. The course also discusses the definitions of QBI, W-2 Wages and Adjusted Basis of Qualified Property Immediately After Acquisition.
- reviewing specific line item deductions and information fields; and
- the challenges, limitations and opportunities for filing the Schedule C as it relates to the rest of an individual taxpayer’s Form 1040
- addressing audit issues
- reviewing activities which the IRS may challenge as being a lobby instead of an active trade or business
- Specified Service Trade or Business;
- how and when revenues and expenses are to be reported;
Presented by the National Society of Tax Professionals,
Registration Fee Structure
The Early Bird rate ($235) is available until June 15, 2019 for all Forums. The Standard rate ($255) is available until two weeks before each Forum. Less than two weeks before each Forum, the Late Registration rate ($370) will be charged. Partner Association Members get $10 off the Early Bird Rate ONLY.
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