|CPE Hours: 20 (
Federal:13, State:5, , Ethics:2
||Publication Date: 10/2012
Prerequisites: Overview of Federal Income Taxation or comparable knowledge. No advance preparation needed.
California Registered Tax Preparers (CTEC) Edition
Read our blog article on how CTEC preparers need to manage their CE credits to meet the IRS calendar year reporting and CTEC fiscal year reporting. Includes a free CTEC CPE Tracker
Our 900+-page The Big Book of Taxes
CE course is all you need to prepare for tax season, take your practice to another level, and provide you with the CE credits you need. It is one of the most comprehensive review & update textbooks available on the market today, covering major and recently impacted areas of individual income tax law. The course concentrates on areas that often trouble tax professionals and highlights the latest tax law changes, IRS regulations, court cases, and rulings. This is a bundled CE package that includes the four courses listed below:
- 10 Hours of CE Credit in Federal Taxation
- 3 Hours of CE Credit in Federal Update
- 2 Hours of CE in Ethics and Professional Conduct Studies
- 5 Hours of CE in California Tax Law and Differences
Our course meets IRS and CTEC interactive standards by providing evaluated feedback to incorrectly answered review questions and offers reinforcement feedback as required.
The final examination is open book and easy to complete on our online testing system. All answers can be found in the text. A passing grade is 70% and must be completed within 12 months of purchase.Please Note: We recommend that you download the course to your computer to best use the search and note tools. Click the download arrow icon on the sidebar to start the download. Select the operating system. Be patient since this file is 50 mb.
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This course will be available October 2012
By completing this course the student will prepare himself/herself for the upcoming tax season. The student will learn:
New tax law changes in detail, including those newly-passed and those just taking effect from prior legislation.
Significant new Revenue Rulings, Tax Court Cases, Revenue Procedures, Letter Rulings, etc., that apply to individuals and small businesses.
To deal with the issues and situations most encountered by students, practitioners and other professionals throughout the year including anticipated tax issues that will be created by new laws, rulings and the ever-changing economic climate.
Strategies that will help minimize the tax burden on their clients including tax reduction, retirement, education, AMT strategies and many more.