Course Overview

Whether you are an experienced veteran or new to the industry, one of the toughest parts of being a tax practitioner is keeping up with all of the changes in tax legislation. In this course, we will take a look at recent changes to tax law from a practitioner perspective. We won't just hurl code sections at you without explanation. Using examples, problems, and plain explanations, we will explore a mix of new tax issues and areas of the code that have come back into focus due to the changing economic landscape.

Key Topics:

  • Individual Tax Update -- Paying back coronavirus distributions, RMD rules, child tax credit, and more
  • Business Tax Update -- New employee credits, payroll tax deferral, and recent updates
  • Pass-Through Entity Tax Issues -- New partnership basis reporting rules and business loss treatment
  • Old Issues Back in Focus -- Software and 1250 recapture


  • Seeing how old areas of the code may be more important now due to employees working remotely
  • Listing different types of partnership basis, as well as calculating basis under the new reporting rules
  • Calculating losses using the 4 loss tiers
  • Understanding the different tax treatments for software
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Dec 19, 2022
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Registration Fee non-credit $250.00
Section Notes
Accountants. This program is approved for 8 CPE credits. Program Level: Basic. Requisite Knowledge: None. Advanced Preparation: None. NASBA Subject Area: Taxes. Teaching Method: Group-Live. 

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