Webcast: Taxation of Corporations (XATCC117)
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This comprehensive course, developed by Sid Kess, is designed to guide practitioners through the numerous concepts and rules applicable to income tax accounting, tax return positions, and disclosures for C Corporations and S Corporations.

 Export to Your Calendar 5/30/2017
When: 05/30/2017
8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Where: Webcast
AICPA
1365687:4D75E50F56787DC2F42034B19364156A
United States
Presenter: William Murphy


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AcronymXATCC117
CPE8 hours
VendorAICPA
Category
Taxes
LevelIntermediate
PrerequisiteThree to five years of tax experience
Adv PrepNone
Yellow Book?No
Designed forTax professionals in public accounting: seniors, supervisors, and managers
Registration
Member$249
CPA Non-Member$319

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Course Description

This comprehensive course, developed by Sid Kess, is designed to guide practitioners through the numerous concepts and rules applicable to income tax accounting, tax return positions, and disclosures for C Corporations and S Corporations.

Topics

  • Formation of corporation and Section 1244 stock
  • Income: dividends, interest, rentals, capital gains
  • Salaries, employee benefits and retirement plan
  • Economic performance and other deductions
  • Net operating losses
  • Personal Service Corporations
  • Tax rates, AMT, and tax credits
  • Case studies for tax return preparation

Objectives
When you complete this course you will be able to:

  • Identify the benefits of forming a corporation
  • Apply the rules for transfer of assets and liabilities to a new corporation
  • Review the accounting methods available to a corporation
  • Understand reasonable compensation issues with respect to a C Corporation and to S Corporation shareholder-employees
  • Analyze the best retirement plan recommend for a corporation
  • Recognize economic performance, including issues and deduction limitations related to bad debts, rent, tax, and interest expense
  • Determine the availability of tax credits and other entitlements related to retirement plans for a corporation