Recent Tax Developments (April 2022)
Author: Annette Nellen
||2 hours for CPAs
2 hours Federal Tax Law Updates for EAs and OTRPs
2 hours Federal Tax Updates for CTEC
These monthly update courses provide an opportunity to stay on top of developments that directly and indirectly affect your clients and practice. The focus is on key guidance from legislation, tax agencies and the courts that represent new interpretations, as well as guidance on new laws.
Join tax expert, Annette Nellen, as she emphasizes the updates most relevant to individuals and small businesses. This course will cover federal developments and issues, as well as key state and multistate changes likely to have a broad impact. We encourage you to register each month to stay on top of the constant change in tax guidance, build a strong foundation for tax planning, and identify possible practice development areas.
Publication Date: April 2022
Practitioners at all levels looking for a way to efficiently stay on top of key federal and state developments of most relevance to individuals and small businesses.
- Broad Relevance
- Health Care
- Property Transactions
- Practice and Procedure
- Multistate - select items
- Looking Forward
Identify the average 2022 refund based on the IRS statistics presentedIdentify the top revenue contributor from President Biden's Budget and Greenbook for FY2023Identify the IRS form related to the Premium Tax CreditIdentify the approximate percentage of people earning the majority of their income as contractors that were gig workers based on the State of Taxes in the Independent Economy 2022 surveyIdentify the letter regarding possible QOF actions that relates to info about annual certification of investment standard missing or not correct
- Identify key developments from legislatures, tax agencies and the courts
- Identify some law areas that were recently the subject of a ruling or law change
- Recognize law changes that may affect your clients and your practice
- List things you'll want to remind clients of or pursue for tax planning
NASBA Field of Study
Taxes (2 hours)
Basic understanding of tax preparation.