Corporate Income Tax Return Fundamentals Webinar
11:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
PICPA Member: $245 | Nonmember: $345
- Understand new tax law and possible opportunities with clients.
- Identify substantive tax issues involving regular corporations.
- Recognize and identify book to tax differences.
- Recognize gains and losses, Form 4797 and Secs. 1231, 1239, 1245, 1250 and 291.
- Determine a workpaper format and approach to efficiently prepare corporate Form 1120.
- Identify major corporate tax forms, including Form 1120 and related schedules.
- Outline necessary steps to complete a complex sample corporate Form 1120, including workpapers and schedules.
- Review case studay and how presented in return.
Preparing corporate income taxes requires a shift in mindset from individual tax preparation and compliance. Learn about the concepts and tools necessary to support clients or businesses.
This course will review topics that cover capitalization, depreciation, carrybacks and major book to tax issues involving corporations and Form 1120 preparation. Attendees will learn about practical spreadsheet approaches that allow practitioners to efficiently and effectively manage book vs. tax differences (M-1 or M-3 items). Cover the impact of new tax law changes with some ideas to discuss with clients. Additionally, dive into a complex corporate return case study, including discussion of identifying book to tax differences as well as self-review tips.
|George Shewchuk, CPA is with
Raimondo Pettit Group and has over 25 years of experience in complex tax
matters dealing with corporations, partnerships, LLCs, trusts, exempt
organizations and individuals. He frequently speaks on a variety of
business entity and real estate taxation issues to attorneys, accountants,
bankers and real estate professionals. Shewchuk is a graduate of San Diego
State University and has a master’s degree in taxation from Golden Gate
University. He is a member of the AICPA and
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