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Partnership Challenges Before and After the Creation of §199A Qualified Business Income - Part 3

Course Price: $79.00
CPE Credits
1
Date
May 29, 2020
Course Time
12:30 PM
Advanced Preparation
None
Course Level
Intermediate
Prerequisite
Knowledge of Federal Tax Law
IRS CPE
1
NASBA CPE
1
CTEC CPE
1
Instructor(s)
Paul La Monaca CPA, MST

Course Description

IRS: Federal Tax Law Update 1 CPE CTEC: Tax Update 1 CPE NASBA: Taxes 1 CPE Course Description: This course reviews the Federal Tax issues of operating a small business as a Partnership and the impact of**§199A** QBI Deduction. The course reviews the challenges and flexibility of Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code. It discusses the reporting requirements of **§199A** QBI Deduction and the impact on the individual **Form 1040**. The course will discuss the QBI components and how they affect the individual partner's deduction. This course illustrates that the QBI deduction does not impact any other tax provision affecting the partner or the partnership. It all reviews the reporting requirements by the entity on the **Schedule K-1** issued to the partners for preparation their personal **Form 1040**.
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