Refunds Today - Self-Study and Webinar On Demand Bundle (Currently Unavailable)

The Extended CTEC bundle offers 40 credit hour that includes the annual CTEC requirements, IRS continuing education, and the ability to choose an additional 14 credit hours. Utilizing on-demand content, you can complete the work on a schedule that best fits your needs. There is no set time frame to complete the course and you can study or take the test from any computer with an internet connection. Please see course listings below.

This course is excluded from all subscription packages.

Self-employment tax has become a more frequent issue today. Every year we see court decisions involving LLCs as well as whether certain activities are businesses or hobbies. Short-term rentals, such as via Airbnb, may generate SE tax obligations. This webinar reviews the rules and issues regarding self-employment taxes, how to avoid problems, and how tax reform might change the rules and practice considerations.
Understand Intricacies of Tax Basis for Property Acquired by Exchanges, Gift, Inheritance or Other Means
IRS Guidance Clarifies Section 199A Qualified Business Income Deduction
Circular 230, professional rules of conduct, Internal Revenue Code compliance rules, and taxpayer and preparer penalties all combine into a lot of information for practitioners to be familiar with.
Recognizing which assets are capital assets can save significant tax amounts, especially with a rate difference of more than 20 percent between long-term capital gain and ordinary income. This on-demand course will provide detailed training on the types of assets that produce long-term capital gain and loss upon sale, with case studies involving real estate, intellectual property, internet based sales, and more. Ms. Kowal will also explain the applicability of the five different possible capital gain rates that apply to different types of income, and the applicability of the 3.8% Medicare tax to certain capital gain transactions.
Reduce Taxes, Spot Potential Problems, Save Clients Money
This course covers the gig economy, Schedule C tips and traps, alimony updates, employer amnesty, and more. Learn how to how to implement tax breaks that impact the Federal 1040 return.
This course addresses the truths, myths and ‘red flags’ related to home office under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). You’ll learn how to help your clients maximize their deduction; when to use the Simplified Option – and when not to use it; how to protect the deduction for the long term; and when it’s important to fight for it, even if the deduction is small – and when not to use it at all. And why it’s a valuable deduction even for a business that has losses for years.
This on-demand course will cover recent developments from the IRS, the courts, and other authorities. Individual and business tax updates will be covered as well as developments affecting retirement plans and IRAs. In addition, the course reviews key filing dates and other reminders not to be overlooked at this time of the year.
In December 2015 Congress passed a comprehensive set of laws through the PATH Act of 2015 and Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act Of 2015. In 2017, Congress gave us The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which became law on 12/22/17. On February 2, 2018, Congress passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. The State of California conformed to some provisions and not others.
In December 2015 Congress passed a comprehensive set of laws through the PATH Act of 2015 and Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act Of 2015. In 2017, Congress gave us The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act which became law on 12/22/17. On February 2, 2018, Congress passed the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. The State of California conformed to some provisions and not others.
Maximize and Apply Depreciation Changes
Total: 12 courses (24 CPE hours)

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