Date(s) - 11/06/18 - 11/07/18
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
DELTA HOTEL AND SUITES
Description: Wow. That’s all we can say about America’s only independently awarded recognition for multiple years as the top Research live-course CPE manual in the country. With over 1,100 pages of practitioner-written guidance, organized in the logical form order used by the IRS to assemble returns, participants receive both a printed and electronic manual. Written and taught by actual practitioners known for high-energy presentations in educational and humorous, yet informative manners, this course has been ranked as TaxSpeaker’s® finest course for 15 straight years. Because all of our speakers are required to personally prepare, for compensation at least 200 returns annually, participants are assured of receiving practical guidance, excellent speakers, and dozens of checklists, worksheets and client letters while obtaining the latest “What’s New” information.
Our 2018 course will include detailed coverage, with planning ideas of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, special focus coverage of sole proprietorship issues and emerging economy issues (Consumer-to-consumer sales, Crypto-Currency, etc.) as well as our annual review of common preparation issues and new court cases and IRS guidance. In-depth example coverage of the new mortgage interest rules and the dependent credit will provide professionals with the answers to their latest 1040 client questions. Because this is TaxSpeaker’s® flagship course participants are assured of receiving the best, most thorough and hands-on individual tax preparation education available in the country, and the independently awarded recognition proves it. At TaxSpeaker® we don’t self-anoint our books or instructors as “The Best”, we let independent third parties do it for us!
This course qualifies for continuing education for CFP’s.
The 1040 In Depth course (16 hours) will include all of the changes to individual tax returns; plus discussion of the 20% flow through deduction, in addition to all of our other Whats New items, the February, 2018 extender bill; and the March 2018 Budget Bill.