by: Barry Ward, Director, OSU income Tax Schools
Significant tax related changes as a result of the new legislation passed in response COVID-19 have created some questions and perhaps consternation over the past few months as taxpayers and tax professionals wrestle with how these many changes may affect tax returns this year and beyond. OSU Income Tax Schools is offering a Summer Update to address these issues and other important information for tax professionals and taxpayers.
The OSU Income Tax Schools Summer Update: Federal Income Tax & Financial Update Webinar is scheduled for August 13th and will be presented as a webinar using the Zoom platform.
John Lawrence, CPA, will teach the course that offers continuing education credits for tax professionals and attorneys. Mr. Lawrence has taught at OSU Extension tax schools for over 20 years and developed this curriculum. He retired from the IRS in 2006 and has since run his own firm in Lawrence, Indiana and Wooster, Ohio.
New tax provisions implemented by the CARES Act and Families First Coronavirus Response Act and how to account for them such as the new net operating loss rules, the payroll tax credit, etc. Paycheck Protection Program Loan Issues: loan applications, forgiveness issues and the IRS ruling on loan expenditures that are forgiven under PPP are not tax deductible and how to account for them in preparing a return, etc.
Dealing with the IRS in these difficult times. Also, what it means to the practitioner as to “dos” and don’ts” regarding the announcement that beginning this summer the IRS will allow the electronic filing of amended returns.
The “Hot IRS Audit Issues – Pitfalls for S Corporations and Partnerships”. Basis of entities as to the rules and related rulings, how to track basis in these entities, creation of basis where none had been computed in prior tax years, losses in excess of basis and when they are not allowed, definition of an excess distribution, taxation of excess distributions, distribution of appreciated property, conversion of C corporations to S corporations – do and don’ts, computation of the Built-In Gains Tax, inference and imputation of a reasonable wage for purposes of the computation of the qualified business income deduction, etc.
Other rulings, developments, and cases.
John Lawrence, CPA, John M. Lawrence & Associates: Instructor
Barry Ward, Director, OSU Income Tax Schools: Co-Host & Question Wrangler
Julie Strawser, Program Assistant, OSU Income Tax Schools: Co-Host and Webinar Manager
OSU Income Tax Schools Summer Update
Federal Income Tax & Financial Update Webinar
August 13th, 2020: 10am – 3:30 (Lunch Break: Noon – 12:50pm)
Registration information and link to the registration page can be found at:
This workshop is designed to be interactive with questions from the audience encouraged.
Continuing education offered:
Accountancy Board of Ohio (5 hours)
IRS Office of Professional Responsibility (5 hours)
Continuing Legal Education, Ohio Supreme Court (4.5 hours)