53. Addressing The Issues Of The 2022 Extension Season and Beyond | Webinar
October 04, 2022
- 10:00 am - 12:45 pm Pacific Time Zone
- 11:00 am - 1:45 pm Mountain Time Zone
- 12:00 pm - 2:45 pm Central Time Zone
- 1:00 pm - 3:45 pm Eastern Time Zone
- Course Description
This presentation highlights the provisions of the “American Rescue Plan Act of 2021”. Tax Professionals need this course in order to better understand the unique issues of the 2021 individual tax return. As preparers continue to work on the extended returns and perhaps amend returns, the course points out and discusses specific issues of the §24 Child Tax Credit, §32 Earned Income Tax Credit, §21 Dependent Care Credit, §36B Premium Tax Credit and other provisions unique to 2021 returns. The course discusses the 6475 Letter reconciliation issues of the §6428B, 3rd Round Recovery Rebate Credit, and the 6419 Letter reconciliation of the §24 Child Tax Credit on the expanded Form 8812, and the challenges still being faced by taxpayers, tax professionals and the IRS. The course discusses IRS actions taken during the 2022 filing season, the 2022 extension season and beyond, as returns continue to be prepared, processed, and audited. Tax Professionals will need to have this knowledge at their disposal until the three-year Statute of Limitations is closed.
- Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of the session, Tax Professionals will be better prepared to explain and discuss with their clients the unique issues of the 2021 tax return as well as the ability to determine how to complete any extended returns and the need to amend any previously filed 2021 returns. In addition, participants will be better equipped to address any challenges made by the IRS in the future.
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