Getting ready for busy season involves not only knowing the new tax rules for 2018, but also knowing how those new rules impact the IRS tax forms practitioners will be using to prepare 2018 tax returns. Of particular importance is how the IRS has redesigned tax forms to accommodate changes brought about by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. This course provides tax return preparer attendees with an up-to-date review of important new tax forms, key tax developments and tax law changes as they are reflected in IRS forms for 2018, and IRS filing issues and deadlines as they relate to 2018.
- Major 2018 tax form changes as they relate to individual taxpayers
- Key new tax developments as they relate to 2018 and how they impact the 2018 tax forms
- Understand new tax developments and the impact they have on the 2017 tax forms
- Note changes in 2017 tax forms from the 2016 version of the same forms
Any tax practitioner preparing or reviewing income tax returns for 2018
Basic familiarity with tax rules relating to individual and pass-through entity taxation