The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), signed into law during the closing days of 2017, affects the tax planning and income tax liability for many taxpayers. Among those for whom the TCJA will have a more significant effect are business owners of pass-through trades or businesses who may be eligible for the TCJA’s pass-through deduction. The Section 199A Pass-Through Deduction course examines this deduction.
Revision Date: April 2023
Are you concerned about the changing landscape of IRS audits? In this webinar, Brady Lievens with Protection Plus, a Drake Software partner, will walk you through the current trends in audits, the short-term outlook for audits, and some long-term forecasting. He will also share some insights into the psychology of audits to best help you prepare for dealing with different types of clients.
We’ll also discuss some tools that are available to help you and your clients.
Cryptocurrency and cash businesses share some risks. How do you uncover unreported income? Learn about the different types of hidden transactions – as well as ways to help your clients accurately report their taxable income from these sources.
You are more likely than ever to encounter clients who have engaged in one or more virtual currency transactions during the year and who may have taxable income as a result. We’ll look at the nature of virtual currency and the tax implications for your clients.
Last Revision: April 2023
Description: BUNDLED COURSES! Sometimes things go wrong, either by mistake or intention. In these courses you’ll learn about all the things that can go wrong with a tax return, including criminal activity. You’ll find out how to fix some of the issues. And you’ll know how to help your clients if IRS collections are necessary.
Buying these three courses as a package will also save you money! Buy all three together and save $10 off the regular price!
This course walks through an IRS adjustment to your client’s tax return and how to file an Offer in Compromise. Whether you are new or experienced in representation, the discussion should be interesting.
To protect customers’ privacy and security safeguards, the IRS requires the creation of a written information security plan (WISP).
Various issues come into play with the creation of a WISP, such as updating customers on privacy practices and providing them opt out notices as applicable. This course provides detailed information on these and other requirements.