This class is designed with only 1 goal in mind: to fully explain the brand new 20% of qualified business income deduction. We discuss what types of income qualify for the deduction; what entities qualify (and don't qualify); and what phase out tests apply. We discuss and define "specified services", the W-2 threshold; the depreciable asset rules and then show you when they apply and how to calculate the effects of these phase outs. With over 25 examples, a free Excel calculator; worksheets and tables, this course will be your "go-to" to understand and apply this new deduction, just what you expect from all Taxspeaker courses.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to properly report amounts on clients’ Form 1040 returns that appear on various 3rd party forms, properly prepare Form 1040 and its various schedules; properly file the above forms with Form 1040 when required; Determine if clients qualify to take various credits on their 1040 returns to reduce taxable income; Properly deduct disaster losses on Form 1040; Provide clients with methods of saving for their children’s college education and determine if they qualify for various education credits and deductions to reduce taxable income; Prepare to handle IRS audits of your clients; Comply with the requirements imposedby the Circular 230 regulations; Advise clients who are members of the military on special taxation rules.
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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 more alive and help complicated subject matter make more sense.