Reviewing S Corporation Tax Returns: What are you Missing?
345 | Course | Intermediate | Scheduled
The complexity of S corporation tax law creates a formidable challenge to the tax practitioner for accurate compliance and reporting of their client's S corporation activities. Join us as we discuss the common errors practitioners make on S corporation tax returns that are often missed by review staff. The intent is to sharpen skills for reviewers by examining case studies and discussing issues where additional information from the client may be warranted and areas of tax law where proper treatment requires additional analysis and information. Multiple issues will be discussed, including income, deductions, K-1 reporting and more! This course follows a highly illustrative case study format to increase participant comprehension and retention.
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CPAs working with clients requiring expertise in S corporation taxation for the current tax season
Basic knowledge of S corporation income taxation
Common errors made involving the following tax forms:
- Form 1120S
- Schedule K-1
- Schedule L
- Schedules M-1 and M-2
- Form 4562
- Form 4797
- And more!
- Identify common mistakes made on S corporation tax returns.
- Determine strategies to avoid making mistakes on S corporation tax returns.
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- Non-Member (Early Bird)
William F. Taylor, CPA
Bill is President of Benefit Solutions, Ltd., a benefit consulting firm, and a CPA in private practice. Since retiring as Community Bank President of Renasant Bank in Water Valley, MS. he has served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the MBA program at the University of Mississippi. Bill has worked in the employee benefit and investment fields for over 20 years, beginning his career as the Employee Benefits Coordinator in the Jackson, MS office of KPMG Peat Marwick and managing his own firm since 1999. A nationally known consultant and speaker, Bill has conducted seminars for the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries, more than 40 state CPA and Bar associations and other organizations. Bill is the author of Taxation of Employee Benefits Volume I and Volume II, and his articles have appeared in numerous publications. Bill has been the recipient of the Association's Outstanding Facilitator Award on multiple occasions.Back to Instructors