2018’s filing season brought new questions about how the IRS audits Centralized Partnership returns. This course addresses those questions and provides direct and succinct answers, so the practitioner knows what to expect going forward. Additionally, this course will enable the practitioner to provide expository tax advice, putting the client at ease during tax season.
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Basic Course Information
- Changes to IRS auditing of Form 1065, including LLCs taxed as partnerships
- Understanding new CPA rules such as the Imputed Underpayment rule and how that affects partners’ basis
- Understanding the 199A Pass-Through Deductions and what level these deductions take place
- Review of prior years’ Partnership Audit Regimes and learning how and why CPAR replaces those regimes and criterion for electing out
- List and define the new Centralized Partnership Audit Rules
- Record new rules and regulations when filing Partnership returns
- Interpret effective planning strategies
- Demonstrate that clients are meeting compliance regulations
Shelli Huston, CPA, MS is an Oregon native. She attended Warner Pacific College where she received a Bachelors in Business with an Emphasis in Accounting. After obtaining her CPA's license, she continued on to Golden Gate University where she received her Master's Degree in Taxation.
Shelli worked in a small tax firm for many years. In 2006, she opened up her own tax and accounting firm. She has watched her business grow and expand to include teaching and writing. Shelli has over 20 years of experience in personal, business, estate, trust, and gift taxation, as well as QuickBooks and payroll. She enjoys working with clients of all types and small businesses, especially new businesses.
Shelli is passionate about the importance of being the best professionals we can be. This profession comes with an inherent integrity that takes work to uphold. Through her participation in education, she is excited to assist in upholding the professionalism of the accounting and tax profession.
Basic Course Information
CPAs, EAs, and other financial professionals
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Instructional Delivery Method
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