Get familiar with the tax matters affecting individual taxpayers so you can provide your clients with the most current tax planning and tax-saving strategies for their tax plans. Updated with the tax changes covered in SECURE 2.0, this webcast helps participants gain a foundation in the federal tax arena for individuals. Learn how to take advantage of present opportunities and prepare your clients for the future.
Filing requirements and tax rate thresholds. Gross income inclusions, exclusions, and adjustments. Travel and entertainment. Standard and itemized deductions. Tax credits. Tax phaseout provisions for high income taxpayers. 3.8% net investment income (NII) tax. Income exclusions. Hot tax planning strategies for individuals and small businesses. Roth IRA, IRA, and retirement plan options (updated for SECURE 2.0). Section 199A qualified business income deduction.
CPAs working with clients or employers requiring up-to-date expertise in individual income taxation.
Determine the filing status and interpret the filing requirements for individual taxpayers. Determine gross income inclusions and exclusions around dividends and interest. Differentiate the taxability of deferred income, Social Security benefits, and other taxable income. Apply the specific rules for the deductibility of travel and entertainment expenses as they relate to business or rental transactions in preparing income tax returns. Recognize education related expenses and the rules for Health Savings Accounts. Distinguish between standard and itemized deductions including medical expenses, interest, taxes, charitable contributions, theft losses, and miscellaneous deductions. Gather the necessary information required to include tax credits on an individual tax return. Recognize when the Medicare payroll tax will affect an individual. Identify the applicability of the Medicare tax on NII.
William Harden, AICPA Membership Marketing
Bill is an Associate Professor in the Bryan School of Business and Economics at UNC Greensboro where he teaches tax courses on flow-through entities, individual and corporate tax, tax research, IRS practices and international tax. Prior to teaching, Bill was a Senior Tax Accountant with an international CPA firm as well as a tax accountant for an international oilfield services company. In addition to his university teaching, Bill consults on tax and financial planning issues. He has testified before the House Ways and Means Oversight Sub-Committee on internet taxation issues. He was the recipient of a Lybrand Certificate of Merit in 2002.
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