2020 Business In Depth presented by TaxSpeaker.com

Syllabus

Business In Depth

The Tax Cuts bill changed everything we know about the formation and operation of C corporations, LLC’s and S corporations. With in-depth coverage of LLC, S and C corporate tax issues the 2020 in-depth course will also include detailed analyses of the choice of entity that best fits the taxpayer, and corporate formation issues. The LLC chapter will provide guidance on the new partnership audit regulations; the C corporation chapter will discuss the new tax rate and penalty taxes; and the S corporation chapter will examine the 20% flow through deduction, plus the impact of the new tax law on built in gains and the interaction of wages vs. the flow through deduction. Combining the 3 focus areas of C corporations, S corporations and LLC taxation with these two special topics will make this one of the most relevant courses a participant will take in 2020. Every chapter has been updated for the business effects of the end-of-2019 Secure Act, both March 2020 tax bills, and Both PPP and PPPFA Bills, with in-depth discussion and examples of those changes! 2020 changes are all coming together with 5 different bills into a massive year of tax changes. In response to your requests, our S Corporation chapter has been expanded with a new completed 2019 Form 1120S case study, discussion of Passive income and Built in Gains and analyses of this year’s court cases. The C Corporation chapter has also been updated reflecting all of the new NOL changes. The Business interest chapter now includes the brand new law changes and the LLC chapter-wow, the biggest year of changes for LLC’s since 1986.

Course Objective

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to-Explain the latest changes in tax law to your business clients; Summarize the various methods of accounting that are available; Determine the appropriate treatment for various business expenses; Assist clients with the formation of a C or an S corporation; Define a controlled group and determine the tax issues that are affected with controlled groups; Determine the proper classification of individuals working for you and assist clients in determining if individuals working for them are employees or independent contractors; Inform clients of the various characteristics and tax implications of the C corporation form of business entity; Determine if a corporation qualifies to file the election for S status; and much more..

Scheduled to Speak:

 

Bob Jennings CPA, EA, CFP®

Bob is a nationally renowned author and speaker, presenting continuing education classes to over 100,000 tax professionals over the last 20 years all over the world. Bob is a licensed CPA (Indiana),and an IRS Enrolled Agent. Bob is also a prolific author and has published over 60 professional articles in such magazines as the Journal of Accountancy as well as many other professional and consumer publications; annually authors several tax, accounting and technology manuals; and is a regular columnist for FoxBusiness.com. As the founder of his own regional CPA firm in 1984, Bob has dealt exclusively with individual and small business financial issues for over 30 years. Bob appears regularly in the media and has been quoted extensively by numerous publications. He has recorded an extensive number of information videos, DVD’s and instructional clips available on his website at TaxSpeaker.com.

Bill Leonard CPA, MAFF, CGMA

Bill Leonard CPA, CFFA holds licenses and memberships in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Alaska and Singapore. He is the sole shareholder of W.A. Leonard & Company, P.C. and PT W.A. Leonard employing sixteen multi-lingual professionals that focus on meeting the needs of small businesses, individuals and fiduciaries. A graduate of Bentley University and Babson College, Bill has been in practice since 1981. He has over twenty years of college and seminar teaching experience.

Ron Roberson CPA

Ron Roberson is a well-known tax lecturer who has more than 20 years of experience teaching throughout the United States. Ron annually speaks to thousands of tax professionals about the latest business and personal tax law developments, using his sense of humor and friendly speaking style to keep people coming back year after year. In addition to authoring multiple tax articles and manuals, Ron also continues to work with his partner in a tax and accounting practice in Sonora, California. Ron includes real life examples from his practice to make tax issues come alive and help complicated subject matter make more sense.

 




 

 

 

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Continuing Professional Education

There will be up to 16 hours of IRS Approved Continuing Professional Educations hours offered at this Seminar

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