Tax Advisors Update (VIRTUAL SEMINAR)

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Special Notes

  • This program has been approved for 8 hours of IRS CE credit for Enrolled Agents (EA) and Other Tax Return Preparers (OTRP) with PTIN numbers. Please contact ISCPA prior to the course if you are an EA or OTRP and would like to receive IRS CE credit for this course.
  • Iowa Tax Return Preparers: This course satisfies 8 hours of the 15 hour education requirement for tax return preparers who plan to prepare Iowa returns in 2022.  Ethics courses can be found here.
  • This course qualifies for 6.75 hours of Iowa CLE Credit. Contact ISCPA for the activity code.

Description

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Curriculum

  • Taxation

Prerequisites

Experience in federal tax planning and preparation

Designed For

CPAs and other business professionals

Objectives

Recent tax developments and legislative changes affect this season’s return filings and influence the planning landscape. Learn how to handle the latest tax legislation affecting your business and individual clients, including the Consolidated Appropriations Act and the American Rescue Plan Act. Explore ways to enhance taxpayer cash flow and come away with tax planning strategies for your clients.

Highlights

  • Dissect the final small business taxpayer regulations
  • Analyze examples of partnership tax basis capital account calculations
  • Examine tax provisions from the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 and other legislation
  • Real-world planning tips and illustrations from a practitioner viewpoint
  • Review new and extended tax credits  
  • Learn about the final 1031 regulations
  • Hear developments relating to Sch. A and other individual deductions 
  • Review the most recent guidance for the Qualified Business Income Deduction
Your Price: $395.00

This is your base price and does not reflect any additional session fees, optional add-ons, or guest registrations.

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Instructors

Christopher Hesse

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Chris Hesse, CPA, a tax principal at CLA, has more than 40 years of tax experience in public accounting with regional and national CPA firms, has 35 years of speaking and training experience before tax professionals on a variety of update topics. His career has included tax leadership of a 200-person practice, and extensive tax writing and analysis services. He is an author and instructor of Tax Advisors Update and Farm Taxation Update. Chris has spoken at numerous seminars and conferences throughout the country on income and estate taxation and agricultural tax topics and is a past chair of the AICPA Ag Conference committee. He has testified before Congressional and legislative committees as well as presenting at IRS and Treasury Department regulation hearings. Chris has been instrumental in federal and state tax statute and regulatory changes, including an Alternative Minimum Tax provision affecting agricultural producers, farm income averaging, Section 199A regulations, and Washington state excise and estate tax issues. Chris is currently serving as the immediate past chair of the AICPA Tax Executive Committee and is a former chair of the AICPA S Corporation Technical Resource Panel.

Paul Neiffer

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Paul Neiffer, CPA, a tax principal at CLA is an Agribusiness and business advisor specializing in income taxation and accounting services related to farmers and processors. Paul obtained his CPA certificate in 1984. He is a member and past chair of the Farm Financial Standards Council and authors a monthly column for Top Producer magazine called “The Farm CPA”. Paul has written articles for the Farm Journal Media companies and maintains a blog on www.agweb.com called the “The FarmCPA”. This blog is also accessible at www.farmcpatoday.com. Paul has presented numerous talks on various tax and accounting subjects including many related to farm taxation and management. Paul was instrumental in the Congressional discussions that resulted in the “grain glitch fix” in early 2018, after the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

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