Passive activity losses have been around since 1986. They came out with clarifications on the grouping election in 2010. There have been a series of court cases over the past decade that have come down and ruled against the taxpayer. We could all use a pencil sharpening on the subject. This course gets into real estate professional, material participation, and active participation. The course goes through all the rules and then provides a verbal flowchart of questions you should ask to get the maximum benefit to the client. It will touch on some planning around the Medicare surtaxes, the net investment income tax, and what are some of the ways we can get the benefits there. Can we combine husband and wife together for real estate professional? Can we combine them together for material participation? Another helpful aspect of covering 469 is we can compare and contrast to the safe harbor rules under the revenue procedure with 199A.
Basic Rules. Passive Activities. Active vs. Material Participation. At-Risk Rules. Qualifying Disposition.
CPAs, financial professionals, enrolled agents and attorneys.
Nuts and bolts of IRC Sec 469. Verbal flowchart for maximum benefits. Planning around Medicare surtax and net investment income tax. Husband and wife combination for real estate and material participation. Compare and contrast to safe harbor rules under revenue procedure with 199A.
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Robert Province, The Tax U
Robert C. Province is a CPA in private practice in Southern California. He is a highly motivated seminar leader, known for his ability to connect with seminar attendees to ensure their understanding of complex material. He is the recipient of the 2002 Award for Instructor Excellence awarded by the California CPA Education Foundation. Robert has been in public accounting since 1987 specializing in tax, accounting, and management advisory services for closely held businesses and individuals. He sharpened his skills working as a senior member of several local and national CPA firms and served as an Adjunct Professor of Accounting and Taxation at College of the Canyons. Robert earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance from California State University Northridge and is a Certified Public Accountant in California and North Carolina.
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