Tax Season Update with Steve Dilley
Thursday, January 21, 2021 | 8:00 am - 4:10 pm
Course # 113388 | by ACPEN
Members SAVE $150
Speakers: Steven C. Dilley
Time: 8:00 am - 4:10 pm
Credits: 8.0 OT
Level: Update
Vendor: ACPEN

What you will learn

  • Implement practical strategies based on recent developments
  • Identify and recall key compliance issues
  • Identify and recall significant changes in tax forms


Register early to take advantage of the best price!

  • Through Dec 23: $215 MICPA Members / $365 Non-Members
  • Dec 24 - Jan 6:  $235 MICPA Members / $385 Non-Members
  • Jan 7 - Jan 21: $255 MICPA Members / $405 Non-Members

This program provides an update to the latest tax developments, rules and regulations affecting both business and individual taxpayers, including a review and integration of the numerous 2020 legislation. The December 2020 legislation will be covered in detail and integrated with the earlier legislation.

Basic working knowledge of individual and business taxation.

Advanced Preparation:

  • Extensive coverage of the PPP loan forgiveness qualifications and the applicable forms
  • Detailed discussion of the “tax basis” Schedule K-1 required capital accounts and their reporting implications
  • Implications for self-employed taxpayers of various legislation including the new Form 7002 and the changes to the Form 1040 Schedule SE
  • Flow-through entities deduction (Section 199A) changes, including use of carryforward passive activity and 199A losses and new IRS worksheet
  • Legislative update and integration of the CARES Act and other 2020 tax legislation.
  • Update on significant individual tax developments related to earlier legislation.
  • Update on significant business tax developments related to earlier legislation.
  • Individual cases and rulings developments.
  • Business cases and rulings developments.
  • 2021 tax rate schedule and other inflation adjusted items
  • New employer paid parking rules and regulations
  • Tax forms update: individual, S corporation, and partnerships
  • Depreciation update: Section 179 and 168(k)
  • Passive activity and hobby loss rules changes

CPAs in public practice, members in industry, and other accounting professional seeking the latest update on recent IRS developments impacting both individual and business taxpayers.

  • Steven C. Dilley

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