Steven J. Tillinger, CPA is one of the top tax presenters in Texas. Through a chapter-wide collaboration with TXCPA and sponsored by Austin, we are proud to announce his Mid-Year Federal Tax Update (8/19) and Partnership/LLC Tax Issues & Update (8/31-9/1) are offered virtually for the first time ever!

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Mid-Year Federal Tax Update | 8 hours CPE
Wednesday, August 19 • 8:30 am
This course qualifies for 8 hours Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and 8 hours Enrolled Agents (EA) Credit!
Whether you are a generalist or a tax specialist, you will take away valuable information and insights from this eight-hour program. The course will bring you up-to-date on current issues in federal income taxation affecting individuals and small business owners with emphasis on coverage and analysis of 2020 tax legislation, with special emphasis on coronavirus legislation, both final and proposed; updates and new developments of 2019 and earlier tax law, with emphasis on continuing developments with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act; important court cases; Treasury income tax regulations; IRS revenue rulings and procedures; and more!

Partnership/LLC Tax Issues & Update | 16 hours CPE
Monday, August 31 & Tuesday, September 1 • 8:30 am each day
This course qualifies for 16 hours Enrolled Agents (EA) Credit!
This course will bring you up-to-date on the important tax issues affecting your clients operating as partnerships and limited liability companies. Your instructor will address the important tax issues of contributed property and maintaining capital accounts; special allocations and substantial economic effect; the importance of the qualified income offset to members of LLCs; the tax definition of recourse and non-recourse debt, and how it is allocated and reported on the K-1; what you must know about how the at-risk rules apply to LLCs; the importance of the Texas LLC statute; and much more! While there are no prerequisites, parts of the course will seem basic, intermediate, or advanced, depending on your familiarity in the area. As a participant, you will receive an excellent resource, Practical Guide to Partnerships and LLCs, a 569-page tenth edition textbook published by CCH, Inc. The textbook is comprehensive, clearly written and provides practical guidance on this complex subject. Your instructor says this is his “go to” book on partnership/LLC tax issues and, by itself, is worth the price of admission.

Please direct any questions to Lucy Medrano.