Webcast: Intermediate Individual Taxation (WBIIT316)
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When: 12/5/2016
9:30 AM until 5:30 PM
Where: Webcast
United States
Presenter: Pamela Davis-Vaughn, CPA

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Acronym WBIIT316
CPE 8 hours
Vendor AICPA
Level Intermediate
Yellow Book No
Prerequisite Knowledge of individual income taxation and Form 1040 preparation
Who should attend CPAs working with clients or employers requiring up-to-date expertise in individual income taxation for the current tax season.
Members $249
CPA Non-Members $319

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Get your tax return training from the industry’s best! AICPA’s individual tax workshop provides the latest practical insights from nationally recognized tax experts. Reinforce your understanding of frequently used principles, and receive a wealth of tax-planning tips and strategies. All key tax return issues are covered during this fast-paced, real-world session. Make sure you are armed with the latest guidance as you enter the upcoming tax season!


When you complete this course you will be able to:

  • Recognize compensation issues and nontaxable employee fringe benefits

  • Identify the specific rules that apply under the “passive activity” rules

  • Identify and calculate the business deduction for home office expenses and deduction limitations on vacation homes and other ordinary business expenses

  • Analyze the deductibility of hobby losses

  • Identify the rules for depreciation and amortization deductions

  • Differentiate between capital and ordinary income treatment on property transactions

  • Identify tax consequences for self-employed retirement plans and IRAs

  • Gather the necessary information required to include the claim for a tax credit on an individual income tax return


  • Fringe benefits

  • Retirement plan distributions

  • Hobby losses

  • Home Offices

  • Depreciation and amortization

  • Tax Credits

  • Gains and losses on property transactions