Tax Reform CPE Courses
Get the latest, most practical coverage of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act and what it means for CPAs, Accountants, Tax Practitioners, and their clients.
Surgent's unparalleled tax reform resources for CPAs and tax practitioners will enable you to confidently handle questions related to all aspects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), by far the most significant change to tax code in recent history, as well as all subsequent IRS guidance on the law. Though we're past the first tax season when most of the TCJA went into effect, there are still many aspects of the massive legislation that confound even experienced tax professionals. Our comprehensive offering of tax reform CPE courses (below) will help you navigate these challenging topics with all of your clients.
Surgent's offering of tax reform CPE courses allow certified public accountants (CPAs) and tax practitioners to fulfill essential CPE credits to meet their annual CPE requirements while accessing the most up-to-date information on tax planning, federal tax updates, income tax law, corporate tax legislation, tax issues, and tax changes. Like all Surgent CPE courses, our tax reform courses delve into practical planning strategies and always include time for attendee FAQs.
Want access to all of Surgent's tax reform professional education content all year? Then be sure to purchase an Unlimited Plus Package. This 12-month package includes access to all live webinars, all downloadable PDF self-study courses, and all on-demand webcasts. And it's the ONLY package that includes premium courses (many tax update courses are designated as premium).
There has frankly never been a time when you need Surgent CPE more than you do now. Our courses will fully inform you on all aspects of tax reform including:
• Reduction in individual and corporate tax rates
• Complete coverage of section 199A
• Taxation of pass-through entities
• Deduction of home mortgage interest
• State and local tax deductions
• New alimony rules
• Repeal of the Obamacare individual mandate
• Standard deduction and itemized deductions
• Child tax credit
• Use of §529 accounts
• Survival of personal AMT and repeal of corporate AMT
• Estate and gift tax
• New limitations on business losses
• New depreciation rules and §179 expensing
• Business interest
• Modification of NOL rules
• New credit for employer-paid family and medical leave
• Repatriation of foreign funds
• Plus many specialized topics
We know you’ll have lots of questions as you start to apply this massive tax code change to your individual and business returns. Stick with Surgent’s experts who will continue to update all of our courses and provide new content on areas of particular need. Be sure to check out our IRS Guidance Tracker for a summary of the latest regs and proposals from the IRS.