Course ID: CL4HOT

Hot Tax Planning Developments Under the Current Tax Law


Are you up-to-date on the latest tax planning developments for 2016? This course explores the hottest tax planning topics which will impact you and your clients. Discover how these topics may impact tax planning strategies and be in a position to help minimize your client’s tax bill.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Determine whether a client’s tax plans are intact.
  • Apply recent tax law legislation to adjust tax planning strategies.
  • Recognize new tax planning opportunities.
  • Recall ways to minimize a client’s tax bill.

MAJOR TOPICS

Current and Latest Tax Law Developments Affecting Individuals and Small Businesses including

  1. Update on Affordable Care Act tax developments
  2. Tax changes for individuals and businesses including extender legislation
  3. Dealing with the 8% net investment income tax (NIIT), including planning strategies
  4. Court decision tax developments
  5. Update on home ownership tax issues
  6. Update on passive activity loss (PAL) issues
  7. Hot tax planning strategies for individuals and small businesses
  8. Bankruptcy and insolvency, short sales and foreclosures
  9. Personal residence to rental property conversions
  10. PAL limitations
  11. Affordable Care Act
  12. Manage Section 1231 losses
  13. PAL and LLC members
  14. SE tax rules and active LLP partners
  15. Fringe benefit issues for partners and S Corp SHs Current and Latest Tax Law Developments for Corporate Entities, including
  16. Dividends, stock redemptions, and share sales
  17. Reasonable compensation
  18. Professional corporation conversions to LLC or LLP
  19. Non-compete agreement updates

DESIGNED FOR
All practitioners

PREREQUISITES
Basic understanding of individual and business taxation

COURSE PRODUCER
AICPA

CPE CREDITS
4.0

LEVEL
Intermediate

This course is available to be scheduled as:

Group Live
 

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