Taxation of Corporations - Tax Staff Essentials
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This comprehensive CPE course, developed by Sid Kess, is designed to guide practitioners through the numerous concepts and rules applicable to income tax accounting, tax return positions, and disclosures for C Corporations and S Corporations.
- Formation of corporation and Section 1244 stock
- Income: dividends, interest, rentals, capital gains
- Salaries, employee benefits and retirement plans
- Economic performance and other deductions
- Net operating losses
- Personal Service Corporations
- Tax rates, AMT, and tax credits
- Case studies for tax return preparation
This course will prepare you to:
- Identify the benefits of forming a corporation
- Apply the rules for transfer of assets and liabilities to a new corporation
- Review the accounting methods available to a corporation
- Understand reasonable compensation issues with respect to a Closely Held Business
- Analyze the best retirement plan recommendation for a corporation
- Recognize economic performance, including issues and deduction limitations related to bad debts, rent, tax, and interest expense
- Determine the availability of tax credits and other entitlements related to retirement plans for a corporation
- Understand the requirements for reporting Schedule M-3 (book/tax reconciliation for large corporations) and Schedule UTP (Uncertain Tax Positions)
- Plan for tax efficient use of Corporation Net Operating Losses
Who Will Benefit?Tax professionals in public accounting: seniors, supervisors, and managers
Prerequisite: Three to five years of tax experience
Advance Preparation: None.
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