Tax Staff Essentials, Level 4 - Tax Manager/Director
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Gain advanced technical training in tax essentials.
Give your managers and directors the tools they need to offer existing clients additional tax services with training designed to do the following:
- Improve and increase proficiency levels
- Elicit a higher level of customer satisfaction
- Potentially increase firm service fees
Level 4 contains the advanced technical level of training to allow your firm to expand its ability to offer professional services to new and existing clients.
Key areas covered include:
- IRS audits
- Advanced topics in partnership taxation and accounting for deferred taxes
- Individual and small business tax planning
Whether you wish to expand your firm by developing expertise in a niche or by business referrals from highly satisfied clients, TSE Level 4 is a must-have suite of CPE courses. An additional case study-based course has been added to the curriculum. This gives staff, seniors, and supervisors the opportunity to work through real-life, application-based scenarios in partnership returns.
- IRS Disputes: Identifying Options for Your Client
- Advanced Taxation Partnerships & LLCs
- International Taxation
- Advanced Income Tax Accounting
- Tax Planning for Small Businesses
- Individual Tax Planning
- Reviewing Partnership Returns
Tax Staff Essentials is a comprehensive, integrated curriculum that provides tax training for four different experience levels and is available in four different formats: Online, On-site, Tax Schools, and Webcasts.
Who will benefit
- Tax managers and directors who have a background in taxation
- New individual income tax rates
- New corporate tax rates
- New pass-through income rules
- The qualified business income (QBI) deduction
- New rules for certain credits and deductions
- Advanced aspects of FASB ASC 740, including accounting for business combinations and other purchase transactions and stock compensation under FASB ASC 718
- Sale of an interest in a partnership or LLC
- Adjustments to basis of partnership/LLC assets
- Advanced distribution rules
- Allocation of income under IRC Section 704(b)
- Foreign branch and affiliates
- U.S. withholding taxes on foreign business
- Types of IRS audits
- Revenue adjustment report (RAR)
- Accounting for audit adjustments
- Individual tax planning
- Small business tax planning
- Apply the complex rules of FASB ASC 740 (SFAS No. 109 and FIN 48) to new and challenging situations.
- Apply FASB ASC 740 to FASB ASC 805, Business Combinations, and FASB ASC 810, and noncontrolling interests in consolidated financial statements.
- Determine the applicable tax rate for complex situations.
- Determine the consequences of selling a partnership or LLC interest.
- Make elections to protect partners and LLC members from unwelcome future consequences arising from current distributions, sales, and/or transfers of interests in the partnership.
- Learn how to calculate the basis of partnership or LLC following distributions of multiple properties.
- Understand how to comply with U.S. tax reporting requirements for inbound and outbound transactions and operations.
- Learn how income is sourced to a foreign jurisdiction.
- Determine when to challenge IRS requests.
- Understand IRS audit techniques, inquiries, and appeal rights.
- Manage the information document request process and evaluate the contents of a revenue agent report.
- Learn specific ways to reduce your individual and small business clients’ tax bills.
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