Essential Post-Tax Season Tax Update


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In depth coverage of the myriad of issues arising from the 2018 filing season and how they impact filing extended returns and creating the need to amend returns already filed. In addition, the seminar covers how tax changes and developments impact the management of individual and business clients leading up to the 2019 filing season.

  • An in depth look at SALT – how Revenue Ruling 2019-11 changed things.
  • Revisiting Section 199A: how it impacted decision making during filing season and coverage of all the areas that mid-season IRS corrections changed and why you need to take a second look at the flow-through returns you timely filed and will file on extension.
  • Did you handle ‘safe harbor’ on rental real estate correctly? We’ll cover Notice 2019-07 and answer that important question and more.
  • Everything you need to know on Section 199A operational rules.
  • Revisiting business bonus depreciation and how newly-proposed IRS regulations can dramatically change the returns you’ve filed.
  • What Revenue Procedure 2019-13 on bonus depreciation and the new safe harbor really means for a small business, A closer look at small business accounting method reforms and how those exemptions impact your clients.
  • What Revenue Ruling 2019-40 means to your impacted business clients and steps you must take to insure compliance and proper tax management.
  • Business interest under the TCJA – yes, things have changed and we need to take a closer look.
  • Much more on the alternative depreciation system (ADS) and how Revenue Procedure 2019-08 impacts your handling of it.
  • Here we go again with business meals – a close look at Revenue Notice 2018-76.
  • Penalty relief under Notice 2019-20. Be sure your clients aren’t paying penalties for missing Schedule K-1 disclosures and why an entity change moving forward should be considered.
  • In depth coverage of how Notice 2018-99 impacts business clients.
  • Proposed regulations on Opportunity Zones and how they impact handling affected clients.

All seminars start at 8:15 a.m. and conclude 4:30 p.m. Lunch included. Registration from

7:15 a.m. to 8:10 a.m.

Objective – To familiarize participant with recent developments and/or update to foundation concepts and practical applications in the seminar listed above.

Instruction Delivery Method – Group-Live

Program Level – Intermediate

All seminars listed above require a basic knowledge of federal tax laws and provide the latest updates for the course topic covered. Attendee should have one year experience in tax preparation. There are no other prerequisites or advanced preparation required to take these courses


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East Windsor, NJ

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Thurs. July 11, 2019