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2017 Exempt Preparer AFSP Complete CE Bundle

Bundle Description

This CE bundle has all 15.0 credit hours required for "exempt preparers" who are seeking to participate in the AFSP program for the 2017 filing season and qualify to receive their AFSP Record of Completion. 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

This course covers tax updates for the 2017 filing season relating to the 2016 tax year.  Topics include inflationary adjustments, changes to the filing default deadlines, and new tangible property regulations and safe harbor. 

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This 2.0 hr course provides an overview of the most pertinent changes affecting tax law for the 2016 tax filing season and beyond. Topics covered include changes brought about by the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act and the Consolidated Appropriations Act.

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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 explores the charitable contributions deduction for individuals and businesses by considering the parameters for Qualified Recipients of charitable contributions by type and the eligibility requirements, substantiation rules, and limitation and carryover rules for individuals, tax partnerships and corporations. The course also covers planning opportunities utilizing split-interest gifts, charitable trusts, and appreciated property.

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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 gives participants a comprehensive understanding of the rules and regulations behind the important moving expenses deduction. Materials include explanations of key passages in I.R.C. Section 217 and related regulations. Topics covered include how taxpayers qualify for the deduction, what expenses can be claimed as part of the deduction, and special rules that apply to members of the military and those who move to or from abroad. Explanations and examples are also provided for distinguishing the difference between employer reimbursements under an accountable plan vs. a non-accountable plan.

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This course explores the definitional concepts of S-Corporations and S-corporation taxes generally, considers the requirements for filing and maintaining an S-Election, and introduces concepts regarding how S-Corporation taxation differs from the taxation of C-Corporations and tax Partnerships.

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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:

Exempt Preparer (AFSP)

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Fully Accredited Courses

Fuller Professional Education is a continuing education provider fully accredited by the Internal Revenue Service and the California Tax Education Council.

In-Depth Coverage

Our courses aren't just carbon copies of IRS Publications - we take you in-depth and give you a real understanding of key tax concepts in every course. We promise you'll learn something new every time.

Latest Tax Blog Posts

  •   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...

  •   Sun, February 12 2017

    Form 1040, Line 10: When are Tax Refunds Taxable?

    When completing a Form 1040, there is often confusion related to Form 1040, Line 10. When are state and local income tax refunds taxable? When are they not taxable? Prior-Year State and Local Taxes Deduction and Taxable Income Whether or not refunds of state or local taxes are taxable depends on the answers to the following questions: Whether or not...

  •   Mon, February 06 2017

    Partnerships: Aggregate vs. Entity Approach

    Under U.S. tax law, taxation of partnerships is governed by Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code, and this particular field of tax is widely understood as the most sophisticated area of taxation regimes in the United States. Much of the sophisticated (and potentially counter-intuitive) methods found in Subchapter K stem from two competing approaches to how we view the...


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