Advanced II Income Tax Course - ONLINE

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Description

The IRS has announced plans to require “unenrolled” tax preparers (those who are not CPAs, Attorneys, or Enrolled Agents) to register with the IRS and meet suitability standards prior to the 2011 tax season. Under the proposal, registered preparers would also be required to complete 15 hours of continuing professional education (CPE) annually (date TBD) to continue to practice. The annual CPE must include ten hours of federal income tax, 3 hours of federal income tax update, and 2 hours of ethics. Tax preparers will have to be registered, pass a competency test, and complete continuing professional education.

This course is approved by CTEC, IRS OPR for EA continuing education, OSBTP, NASBA, Qualified Sponsor for CFP.

Course Description:
This course is designed to enhance the knowledge and experience of tax practitioners. Prior tax preparation experience/knowledge is required. Students normally enroll in this course after completing the Comprehensive Income Tax Course, the Advanced Level I Income Tax Course and working at least one season as a tax preparer. This course will give you the confidence to take on more complex returns by reinforcing your existing tax knowledge and building on it. This course is also suitable for a veteran preparer who needs to refresh his/her skills. The course consists of 10 chapters which take 3 hours per chapter to complete. If you are an enrolled agent, accountant, lawyer, financial planner, business owner, experienced tax preparer, or just interested in increasing your tax knowledge, the Advanced Course will enable you to prepare more complex individual tax returns. This course provides the critical education and knowledge which make the graduates more competent and successful than their competitors.

Course Topics:
• Amended tax returns for individuals
• Special needs and concerns of seniors
• Tax issues for high income taxpayers
• Net operating losses
• Schedule D – special issues
• Tax issues for divorced taxpayers
• Tax planning tips and strategies
• Responding to the IRS
• Part-year resident state tax preparation principels
• Nonresident alien returns – Form 1040NR

Course Cost: $399.00 CPE credit: 30 hours

Click on the button below and you will be brought to the income tax courses website. Once there, click on the “Enroll Now” button to register and pay for the course. All courses are nonrefundable. If you are an organization paying for an employee, you must contact our Client Service Center at 407-582-6688.





How to Start the Course:
Most courses require a book which is included in the price of the course and which will be mailed to you after registering for the course. You will also receive an email after registering, and it will contain your login information to access the course. You will have four months from the date of registration to complete the course.

Completing the Course:
You will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course which lists the number of CPEs earned. Please note that this course is not for credit and does not transfer for college or university credit.

Technical Assistance:
If you have any problems getting started with your course, you can email Technical Support at schooladmin@theincometaxschool.com. Also copy mscott@theincometaxschool.com. You should receive an email reply within 24 hours; if you do not, check your spam or junk mail filters.


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