Summer – Fall 2018 ConnectEd Webinars from the NSA

  • Tue
    25
    Sep
    2018
    2:00 pm

    09/25/2018 at 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act greatly affects the business world and individual taxpayers. There are now significant planning opportunities in using the new qualified business income deduction. There are also important business tax changes in regards to depreciation, business deductions, like-kind exchanges, and AMT.  Individual taxpayers are affected by changes to tax rates, exemptions, deductions and tax credits. The new law also impacts individuals who are homeowners in high-tax states, are divorced, have dependents, have IRAs, and for those subject to AMT. This webinar will describe the major changes due to the new law and provide strategies for taking advantage of the changes.

    IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law
    NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Taxes

    Eric A. Smith, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CRPC, ATP

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  • Wed
    17
    Oct
    2018
    2:00 am

    10/17/2018 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Eastern Time

    After an audit or collection case, taxpayers may find they want to challenge the IRS in court. Taxpayers have options for filing suit depending on whether they want to challenge before or after paying the tax. The presenter will discuss the various forums for litigating tax disputes, with a focus on the U.S. Tax Court. Topics to be covered include the structure of the U.S. Tax Court, the court’s role in adjudicating tax disputes, and strategies to help win your case in court.

    IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law;
    NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Taxes

    Presented by T. Joshua Wu

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  • Thu
    18
    Oct
    2018
    2:00 pm

    10/18/2018 2:00 pm- 3:00 pm Eastern Time

    Tax professionals in attendance will learn about the most significant tax law changes in 30 years for business taxpayers, whether Schedule C, C corp, S Corp or Partnership, including Estates and Trusts.  All business taxpayers are affected - no one escapes.

    Tax professionals will:

    1. Comprehend the concept of the C corporation and the new flat tax rate of 21%, changes for fiscal year taxpayers, and which C corps are in danger.
    2. Review the rules on Meals and Entertainment.
    3. Interpret the new rules on depreciation, including bonus and why IRC 179 is no longer the primary method to expense.
    4. Learn about the IRC 199A deduction, known as the 20%, when it is available and who will not get this benefit.
    5. Evaluate issues of changing federal tax classification and whether it is appropriate for the taxpayer.

    IRS CE: 1 Hour/Federal Tax Law Update

    NASBA CE: 1 Hour/Tax Law Update

    Presented by Beanna J. Whitlock, EA CSA

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  • Tue
    23
    Oct
    2018
    2:00 am

    10/23/2018 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Eastern Time

    A client’s completed Form 1040 is the single most important financial document available to assist a financial planner in understanding a client’s current financial situation. In addition to any other attached forms or schedules, the 1040 shows the details of all income sources, number of dependents, marital status, and contributions and withdrawals from IRAs and qualified plans.

    IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law;
    NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Taxes

    Eric A. Smith, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CRPC, ATP

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  • Thu
    01
    Nov
    2018
    2:00 pm

    11/01/2018 2:00 pm- 3:00 pm Eastern Time

    Tax professionals in attendance will learn about the most significant tax law changes in 30 years for business taxpayers, whether Schedule C, C corp, S Corp or Partnership, including Estates and Trusts.  All business taxpayers are affected - no one escapes.

    Tax professionals will:

    1. Comprehend the concept of the C corporation and the new flat tax rate of 21%, changes for fiscal year taxpayers, and which C corps are in danger.
    2. Review the rules on Meals and Entertainment.
    3. Interpret the new rules on depreciation, including bonus and why IRC 179 is no longer the primary method to expense.
    4. Learn about the IRC 199A deduction, known as the 20%, when it is available and who will not get this benefit.
    5. Evaluate issues of changing federal tax classification and whether it is appropriate for the taxpayer.

    IRS CE: 1 Hour/Federal Tax Law Update

    NASBA CE: 1 Hour/Tax Law Update

    Presented by Beanna J. Whitlock, EA CSA

    Register

  • Thu
    08
    Nov
    2018
    2:00 am

    11/08/2018 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time

    Tax professionals are becoming a frequent target for hackers and other cyber criminals. This course will cover the most common forms of cybercrime, including corporate account takeover, identify theft, data theft, and ransomware. The presenter will discuss steps that professionals can take to mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks. The attendees will also learn about the ethical duties that tax practitioners have with respect to protecting client data.

    IRS CE: 1 Hour/Federal Tax Law;

    NASBA CE: 1 Hour/Taxes

    Presented by T. Joshua Wu

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  • Thu
    15
    Nov
    2018
    2:00 am

    11/15/2018 2:00 pm-3:00 pm Eastern Time

    Tax professionals are becoming a frequent target for hackers and other cyber criminals. This course will cover the most common forms of cybercrime, including corporate account takeover, identify theft, data theft, and ransomware. The presenter will discuss steps that professionals can take to mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks. The attendees will also learn about the ethical duties that tax practitioners have with respect to protecting client data.

    IRS CE: 1 Hour/Federal Tax Law;

    NASBA CE: 1 Hour/Taxes

    Presented by T. Joshua Wu

    Register

  • Tue
    04
    Dec
    2018
    2:00 am

    12/04/2018 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Eastern Time

    Most withdrawals from qualified plans, traditional IRAs, SEP-IRAs, and SIMPLE plans are taxed as ordinary income, so that a lot of retirement distributions equal large income due to the ordinary income tax treatment of these withdrawals. To make matters worse, as the amount of taxable retirement income increases, more of the Social Security income received (up to 85%) can be added to the gross income section of the Form 1040 and be taxed again. Many people approaching retirement do not consider the reduction of retirement income lost to income tax, requiring them to take out more and more income, which increases the tax even more. This webinar will highlight the tax rules of withdrawals and provide strategies for maximizing retirement income while minimizing the income tax impact of the distributions.

    IRS CE: 2 Hours/Federal Tax Law;
    NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Taxes

    Eric A. Smith, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CRPC, ATP

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  • Mon
    17
    Dec
    2018
    2:00 am

    12/17/2018 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Eastern Time

    One of the most important courses accountants take each year is their annual ethics. Using proper ethical tools, such as due diligence, allows accountants to avoid many malpractice issues. In this class, we will discuss tax quality control documents, their impact on a tax practice, and how having proper procedures in a tax qualify control document and reduce the risks of a malpractice lawsuit.

    IRS CE: 2 Hours/Ethics
    NASBA CE: 2 Hours/Ethics

    Presented by Nicholas Preusch, CPA

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NSA is approved by NASBA, the IRS, ACAT, and CTEC as a provider of continuing professional education.

The National Society of Accountants is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmaket.org.

 

 

 

 

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NSA has been approved by the California Tax Education Council to offer the above courses to go towards the annual “continuing education” requirement imposed by the state of California. A listing of additional requirements to register as a tax preparer may be obtained by contacting CTEC at P.O. Box 2890, Sacramento, CA, 95812-2890, by phone at (877) 850-2832, or on the Internet at www.ctec.com.

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