Federal Individual and Business Tax Update

  EVENT DATE

December 21, 2023

  PRESENTER(s)

Lynn Mucenski-Keck

  12:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM CT | 09:00 AM PT | 2 Part Series | Each Part -240 Minutes


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DESCRIPTION



This course is essential for the tax practitioner who wants to update their knowledge of Individual & Business income taxation. This session is a comprehensive review of the Federal Individual & Business income tax provisions and tax forms/schedules that will affect the 2023 tax returns and 2024 tax projections with an emphasis on newly enacted income tax legislation, court cases, IRS guidance, revenue procedures and private letter rulings affecting individuals and businesses.

With the increasing complexity and ever-changing nature of tax laws and issues, today’s accountant needs a one-day fast-paced update course focusing on the hottest Federal income tax topics affecting individuals, businesses, and their owners with an emphasis of newly enacted income tax legislation

This fast-paced CPE session is a comprehensive review of newly enacted income tax legislation, issuance of income tax regulations, court cases, IRS notices, revenue procedures, and private letter rulings affecting individuals and businesses.  Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual with the hottest tax topics including Lynn Mucenski-Keck Quick Reference Chart.

Part1 : | Federal Individual Income Tax Update | 

Date: December 21, 2023 |Time: 12:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM CT | 09:00 AM PT | 240 Minutes

Session Highlights: 

  • Review of essential IRC Sections
  • Discuss the Form 1040 and other related schedules and forms
  • Discuss the most recent individual income tax legislation passed to date 
  • Review numerous individual income tax provisions related to business (i.e., sole proprietors and owners in pass through entities) including but not limited to the 20% qualified business income (QBI) deduction, §461(l) business loss limitations, §163(j) interest deduction limitations and depreciation.
  • Cover issues related and any changes to the various taxes (i.e., income tax rates, capital gain tax rates, self-employment tax and alternative minimum tax (AMT), 3.8% net investment income tax)
  • Brush up on other topics such as income filing status, personal exemptions, itemized deductions, exclusions from income, adjustments to income, rentals, passive activity rules and individual income tax credits (e.g., child tax credit and dependent care credit)
  • Walk through the NEW final required minimum distribution (RMD) regulations
  • New credits, deductions, and tax relief
  • Maximum benefit from an office-at-home, education deductions and credits
  • Health insurance, HRAs, HSAs, Changes in the law by Congress
  • Kiddie tax

Part 2- | Federal Business Tax Update |

Date: December 22, 2023 |Time: 12:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM CT | 09:00 AM PT | 240 Minutes

Join Lynn Mucenski-Keck, as she delivers up-to-the-day changes in federal tax law for businesses. The course, delivered at a brisk pace and with humor, is designed to meet the needs of the tax planner and return preparer by identifying and responsibly exploring recent important tax developments impacting businesses.

Session Highlights: 

  • Review of essential IRC Sections
  • Review of business changes made by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
  • Review of internal revenue code section 199A (pass-through entities) including an understanding of the newly released IRS guidance
  • Schedule C and Schedule F issues
  • Discuss other important IRS audit areas such as: 
  • Basis and at-risk limitations for S shareholders and partners 
  • Passive activity losses and real estate professionals 
  •  Self-employment taxes 
  • Schedule E Issues
  • Partnership issues
  • Corporation issues
  • LLC issues 
  • Special rules for dealing with COVID subsidies
  • Code Section 461(l) interacts with Section 382 and its carryover rules
  • Defaulted loans
  • Bankruptcy issues
  • COVID-19 related changes in the tax law
  • The CARES, HEROES, and HEALS acts
  • Special rules relating to business use of your home
  • Reporting the conversion of personal use property to business use

Who Should Attend 

This course is essential for CPAs, CFPs, enrolled agents, estate planners, tax attorneys and other professionals who advise clients on tax, retirement and estate planning, and other wealth management matters.

Credits and Other information:

Recommended CPE credit – 8.0 Tax Hours

Recommended field of study – Tax

Session Prerequisites and preparation: None

Session learning level: Basic

Field of Study: NASBA Taxes; IRS Federal Tax Update

Location: Virtual/Online

Delivery method: Group Internet Based

NASBA Sponsor: 138804

IRS Course ID: DFFSC

Attendance Requirement:  Yes

Session Duration: 8 Hours

Case Studies and Live Q&A session with speaker

PowerPoint presentation for reference




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