De Pere, WI – Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars provides continuing professional education to accountants and other professionals, helping them stay up to date with the latest information in federal tax laws and related issues. Established in 1979, the company is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing education on the National Registry of CPE sponsors.
Offering in-depth information on federal tax, Jim and Steve, the instructors, have over 70 years of combined knowledge in tax research, preparation, and teaching. They impart their knowledge through various media, including their newsletters which contain the latest income tax updates and are distributed at the beginning of every month via electronic mail. They also hold seminars and webinars to keep tax professionals and accountants updated on the latest developments.
“Our goal is to provide you with practical information that you can use in your daily practice with your clients. Our continuing education programs are designed with a hands-on approach. Our instructors are professionals – like you, so we focus on taking theory and converting it to useful information,” their website reads.
Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars offers seminars at affordable prices to help professionals stay updated. They have several programs, locations, and seminar dates planned throughout the year to support interested persons who wish to learn more about income taxation. Their physical seminars are priced at $300 for one-day attendance, $450 for 2 days of attendance, and $580 to participate in all 3 days of the event.
The seminars have been designed to offer participants all the important information they need to know. The agenda covers the latest federal developments, including a review of the retirement plan provisions within the SECURE 2.0 Act and how the new legislation impacts business owners for 2023 and beyond. It also touches on recent developments like The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), which requires most foreign and domestic companies that do business in the U.S. to report specific information relating to their business entity and individuals with “substantial control” of the business to the Treasury Department.
Attendees will also learn more about Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars Partnerships topic, which covers everything from creation to liquidating partnerships, associated taxes and the directives under Schedule K-1, as well as the profit and loss allocations, how to make a §754 election, the reporting requirements for the Schedule K-2 and K-3 for a partnership, and partnership tax theory.
Days 2 and 3 of the seminar will cover taxing topics, ethics, rental property, divorces, as well as federal forms and their implications in relation to wealth, income, and taxation.
Professionals interested in being a part of the insightful training can visit Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars’ website to register. For more information, call (920) 983-3464 or visit https://www.btb.tax/.
Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars
James Hockenberry, EA
115 S Broadway