When tax professionals receive a Schedule K-1 (Form 1065) from a client who is a partner in a partnership, there are a number of areas where additional information is needed before the Form 1040 can be completed. Determining a partner's basis in the partnership is an important first step. Dealing with the effect of the three loss limitations is another essential component. Knowing which information reported on the K-1 to use and how it impacts basis, income, and loss for the partner prevents tax preparers from making costly errors on the partner's individual return. Some partners are required to pay self-employment tax and others are not. Knowing which situation applies to your client and calculating SE tax for them is one more important component of offering them high quality and accurate return preparation service.
Fall Tax School webinars feature audio instruction, plus a powerpoint presentation. Each course includes a set of materials that accompany the course presentation.
Registration Fee: $25.00
CPE Credits: Up to 1.0 based on attendance and completion of engagement activities.
CPE Filings Available: Illinois MCLE, CFP, IRS
Bob Rhea has been associated with the Tax School since 2005 as an instructor and as a reviewer for the University of Illinois Federal Tax Workbook. Since 1984, he has assisted farmers with accounting, tax, and consulting services in west-central Illinois through the University of Illinois FBFM program. Bob is the national executive director for his professional organization, NAFBAS, and previously was that group's national president. Bob received his bachelor's degree from Western IL University and Master's degree from the University of Illinois. Bob is an enrolled agent (EA) and he lives in Camp Point with his wife, Debbie, sons Tracy and Casey, and daughter Ashley.
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Learning Objectives: By attending this webinar, you will be able to:
CPE Credits: Up to 1.0, based on attendance and completion of engagement activities.
Delivery Method: Internet-Based Group
Program Level: Overview
Field of Study: Taxes
Prerequisite(s): Professional experience in preparing tax returns and an understanding of basic tax rules and regulations.
Materials: Will be available in your Tax School account one week prior to the webinar.
Last updated 9/19/2017 6:26:03 AM