Schedule C Trade or Business Issues and the §183 Hobby Loss Rules
- Course Description
This course reviews the important tax issues of operating a trade or business as a sole proprietorship for Federal Income Tax purposes. It reviews the reporting details required for including revenue Under §61 and deducting ordinary and necessary business expenses under §162 on Schedule C of Form 1040. The course also stresses the importance of good record keeping. It ·will review the new §199A Qualified Business Income rules as they apply to sole proprietors for deducting the "20% pass through deduction". The course also reviews the §183 Hobby Loss rules before and after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and discusses the issues of audits and burden of proof of the taxpayers vs. the IRS.
IRS: Federal Tax Law Topics CPE 2/Federal Tax Law Update 2 CPE
CTEC: Tax Law CPE 2/Tax Update 2 CPE
NASBA: Taxes 2 CPE
- Learning Objectives
At the completion of this course participants will be more equipped to address the challenges of properly preparing a Schedule C and understanding the limitations when an activity is not a trade or business. The participant will also obtain an understanding of §199A Qualified Business Income and the allowance and limitations of the "20% pass through deduction".
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