CPA Continuing Education Class: Corporate Income Tax Return Fundamentals

Preparing corporate income taxes requires a shift in mindset from individual tax preparation and compliance. Learn the concepts and tools necessary to support clients or businesses. Key topics include capitalization, depreciation, carrybacks and major book to tax issues involving corporations and Form 1120 preparation. Examine practical spreadsheet approaches that allow practitioners to efficiently and effectively…

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CPA Continuing Education Class: Quality Control in a CPA Tax Practice

Recent changes to IRS Circular 230 require all tax professionals and firms, regardless of size, to have policies and procedures in place to ensure compliance with the standards. Examine the necessary steps.Learn to reduce inefficiencies, streamline workflow, improve customer service, ensure compliance with professional standards and ultimately give yourself a competitive edge by using quality…

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Why Should I Consider Financing the Sale of My Business?

Deciding to sell your business is one of the most consequential decisions that you will likely ever make. Commercial transactions like these are significantly more complicated than purchasing or selling a piece of residential property, for example, and there are a lot of factors that go into a successful sale. When you are looking to…

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Starting a Business During Uncertain Economic Times

Every business owner loves to operate in an environment where the economy is thriving. When there is strong economic growth happening, consumers have more money in their pockets, and they have more disposable income to spend. Even when a business lacks a great product or a flawless marketing strategy, they can still do well during…

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CPA Continuing Education Class: Financial Statement Disclosures

A clear and concise set of proper financial statement disclosures can make or break an entity’s financial statements. Such disclosures are no longer simply additional information provided by a business; they can be complex in nature and difficult to both prepare and understand, even for small and medium-sized businesses. Oftentimes, financial statement users will first…

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