Tax Reform for Individuals and Businesses (Currently Unavailable)

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 made sweeping changes to the U.S tax laws. If you’re looking for a comprehensive look at the tax reforms enacted by this legislation, this 7-course self-study package of tax reform classes from Wolters Kluwer is a great choice. After working through the 19 CPE hours of on-demand lessons, you’ll be able to answer all of the questions your individual or business clients may have about tax reform.

Get Your CPE Credits with a Course that Fits Your Schedule
If you’re finding it hard to schedule training that meets your requirements for CPE credits, you're not alone. You’re a busy professional, which means your time is precious. With the on-demand Tax Reform for Individuals and Businesses self-study series, you can learn everything you need to know about the TCJA – and you can do it on your terms – whether you’re at the office or home.

Classes in the Tax Reform for Individuals and Businesses Series

In this on-demand course, tax expert and educator, John J. Connors, JD, CPA, LLM provides an in-depth analysis of the new tax laws enacted under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The 6-hour course covers all of the bases so you can be prepared to answer all of your clients’ questions regarding the TCJA.
John Connors returns to discuss additional Tax Cuts and Jobs Act topics, including tax rate schedules, individual deductions, tax breaks, and other mandates. In this on-demand course, John uses client case studies to reinforce the tax implications of TCJA.
Join James R. Hamill, CPA, Ph.D., for a discussion of how the Section 199A deduction works. You’ll learn how to compute the Section 199A deduction for taxpayers above the threshold income level and for other taxpayers, identify the lowest deduction that can be taken by a service business, and more.
Presented by Jane Searing and Jennifer Becker Harris, this self-study course covers the impact of the TCJA on not-for-profit organizations. Among other topics, you’ll learn how to identify reporting and compliance requirements and tax planning opportunities to discuss with clients.
This on-demand course provides an overview of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in relation to financial and estate planning. Steven G. Siegel, J.D., LL.M., offers tips for how to advise clients on gifting, portability, dynastic estate planning, Roth IRA conversions, living in high income and property tax states, states which still have death taxes, and more.
Mark Luscombe, Principal Analyst for Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, leads this course that’s designed to help you answer client questions about the TCJA. Among other topics, you’ll learn to identify the new individual and corporate tax rates, identify the new capital gains tax for joint filers, describe exemptions and regulations that will carry through 2025, and differentiate tax areas which generally remained the same under the new tax regulations.
Learn to identify reporting obligations and general tax effects of select, new international tax provisions under the TCJA with this self-study course presented by Adnan Islam, JD, MBA, LL.M., CPA. This lesson is designed for International Tax Practitioners and Federal/Lead Tax professionals working with international business clients.
Total: 7 courses (19 CPE hours)

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