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2016 Non-Exempt Preparer AFSP Complete CE Bundle

Bundle Description

This CE bundle has all 18.0 credit hours required, including an IRS-approved Annual Filing Season Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course, for non-exempt preparers who are seeking to participate in the AFSP program for the 2016 filing season. Explore the courses offered in this bundle by clicking below, or click on the "Add to Cart" button to the right to purchase now!

Courses Included in this Bundle

Business Income and Schedule C explores the key factors for the treatment of items of business income and expense as reported on Schedule C to an individual tax return. The course first covers the types of self employed individuals and businesses that may report using Schedule C and then recites the general standards and some specific rules for inclusion of items of income and deduction on Schedule C. Lastly, the course goes through a comprehensive example of preparing a schedule C including additional items that may arise for small business owners. This course is presented by Professor John S. Treu, LLM, JD, CPA.

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This course covers disciplinary proceedings under circular 230 by explaining the basic authorizing statutory construct for the IRS office of professional responsibility, articulating the duties and obligations of tax professionals, and providing specific real life examples of instances where tax professionals have been disciplined pursuant to circular 230. This course is broken into three sections covering Circular 230: (i) Statutory Authority & Limitations; (ii) Rights, Obligations & Duties of Tax Professionals; and (iii) Disciplinary Proceeding Examples. This course has been written and is presented by John S. Treu, LLM, JD, CPA.

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This Course Provides and Overview of the Foreign Tax Credit as applicable to corporations. The course is broken into three sections: (i) a brief segment on the historical background for the FTC, (ii) analysis of the primary statutory authority supporting the credit, and (iii) an overview of how to calculate the credit including the sources where the information supporting the credit is typically located. This course is presented by Russell Hall, C.P.A., whose tax practice has primarily involved the taxation of multi-national corporations.

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This course provides a basic overview of the taxation of gifts and estates under the federal gift and estate tax regime. This course first outlines the basic concepts and definitions applicable to estate and gift taxation and then provides a more in depth look at the formula and calculation of the gift and estate tax. The course concludes discussing planning opportunities and briefly identifies red flags for the generation skipping transfer tax. This course is presented by Professor John S. Treu, JD, LLM, CPA.

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The purpose of this course is to provide students with a general overview of the Mortgage Interest Deduction that individual taxpayers who qualify may take on their Form 1040 Schedule A. This two-hour course is intended to be an intensive study of the deduction under the rules established by IRC Section 163, which is primary source of tax authority for taking the deduction. Students will come to understand the tax law concepts found in this course and will gain a working knowledge of the mortgage interest deduction advanced enough to give effective tax advice to clients and help them avoid crucial mistakes in their tax planning. This course is authored and presented by Blake A. Treu, J.D., C.P.A.

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This course provides an overview of tax policy and administration for the U.S. tax system from the initiation of tax legislation based on specific policy objectives to the final adjudication of a particular taxpayers tax liability. Specific topics include ruberics for comparing different systems of taxation, federal revenues and budgeting, sources of tax authority, and IRS administration and tax collection procedures. Presented by Professor John S. Treu, J.D., LL.M., C.P.A.

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Bundle CE Approvals

Each of the courses in this bundle are approved to provide continuing education for the following tax professionals:

Non-Exempt Preparer (AFSP)

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Latest Tax Blog Posts

  •   Wed, March 07 2018

    Income Tax Effects of Inventory Distributions from an S Corporation

    In this article, I will walk through the tax implications that result when a shareholder of an S Corporation withdraws inventory from the business for personal use. Because a withdrawal of inventory from the business by the shareholder represents a transfer of value from the business to the owner, we view this transaction as a shareholder distribution. The below analysis...

  •   Fri, February 16 2018

    Does an S Corporation’s Credit Card Debt Increase Shareholders’ Basis?

    Basis is an important concept for determining how a shareholder calculates the tax implications of many different situations and events related to their ownership in an S Corporation. There are two kinds of basis that a shareholder can have in an S Corporation: stock basis and debt basis. A common question related to shareholder basis is this: does a shareholder...

  •   Fri, March 31 2017

    How Often Can I Exclude Gains on Selling a Home from Income Tax?

    Many taxpayers are aware that it is possible to exclude gains earned on selling a home from their income tax return. However, a common question is how often and how many times a taxpayer can exclude such gains from their taxes? This article addresses these questions. The tax law that grants taxpayers the right to exclude gains on selling their...

  •   Tue, March 28 2017

    Form 944 vs. 941: Which Form Should I Use?

    Both of IRS Forms 944 and 941 are used by employers to report employment taxes to the IRS. These taxes include social security tax, medicare tax, additional medicare tax and federal income tax withheld from employee paychecks when payroll is run. Form 944 is an annual report of employment taxes, while the Form 941 is a quarterly report of payroll...


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