Our 2020 course will include detailed coverage, with planning ideas, of the latest changes
from the 2019 Budget Bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the Families First Act from 3/20 and
the CARES Act from 3/2020 with special focus coverage of sole proprietorship issues and
IRA’s as well as our annual review of common preparation issues and new court cases
and IRS guidance. Because this is TaxSpeaker’s® flagship course participants are
assured of receiving the best, most thorough and hands-on individual tax preparation
education available in the country.
Every chapter has been updated for the effects of the end-of-2019 Budget Bill and
both March 2020 tax bills, with in-depth discussion and examples of those changes!
2020 changes are all coming together with 4 different bills into a massive year of
The 1040 In Depth course manual is America’s only independently awarded recognition
for multiple years as the top Research live course CPE manual in the country. With over
1,000 pages of practitioner-written guidance, organized in the logical form order used by
the IRS to assemble returns, participants receive both a printed and electronic manual.
Written and taught by actual practitioners known for high-energy presentations in
educational and humorous, yet informative manners, this course has been ranked as
TaxSpeaker’s® finest course for 15 straight years. Because all of our speakers are
required to personally prepare, for compensation at least 200 returns annually,
participants are assured of receiving practical guidance, excellent speakers, and dozens
of checklists, worksheets and client letters while obtaining the latest “What’s New”
information. All live seminar attendees are also provided with: PDF of hyperlinked manual,
our 4-page laminated desktop reference “Fingertip Facts” and a free 2 hour self-study
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to properly report amounts on clients’ Form 1040 returns that appear on various 3rd party forms, properly prepare Form 1040 and its various schedules; properly file the above forms with Form 1040 when required; Determine if clients qualify to take various credits on their 1040 returns to reduce taxable income; Properly deduct disaster losses on Form 1040; Provide clients with methods of saving for their children’s college education and determine if they qualify for various education credits and deductions to reduce taxable income; Prepare to handle IRS audits of your clients; Comply with the requirements imposedby the Circular 230 regulations; Advise clients who are members of the military on special taxation rules.
Number of Hours:
Knowledge of Tax Law Regulations
Group Internet Based
Number Of Days:
Early Cut Off Date:
Online Group Internet Based ,
CPA (16), EA (16), CFP (16), AFSP (16), Maryland Preparer (16)
NASBA, IRS, Certified Financial Planning Board, State of Maryland