Avoid Tax Pitfalls When Working with Nonresident Alien Clients
Tax practitioners often face nonresident alien income filing requirement challenges. This two-hour CPE will help you understand those challenges and properly file Form 1040-NR.
For nonresident aliens, tax advisors must understand the distinctions between a U.S. resident and a non-resident, dual-status or undocumented alien to resolve complex issues when preparing Form 1040NR. Immigration law presents unique challenges affecting the tax liability of non-resident aliens and individuals who are not citizens but do reside in the U.S. including taxpayer classification, determination of who should file, non-resident alien election, determination of dual status, how to report income and claim refunds, available deductions and limitations, treatment of spouse and dependents, filing due dates, and other common pitfalls.
Join experienced practitioner and speaker Marc J. Strohl, CPA, as he explores difficulties arising from tax preparation for nonresident aliens that often confound even the most experienced of tax professionals. Mr. Strohl focuses his practice exclusively in this area, so you will appreciate that we have set time aside during this class for you to ask questions directly to him to address during the program.
As our “thank you for attending” gift, firms registered for this seminar will receive a complimentary issue of CCH’s International Tax Journal in electronic format.
Who Should AttendTax and accounting professionals who work with expatriates and their employers on income taxation issues and return preparation
Instructional MethodGroup: Internet-based
NASBA Field of Study
Taxes (2 hours)
Program PrerequisitesBasic understanding of federal income taxation concepts.