As a tax practitioner, you need to understand the intricacies of the ever-popular S Corporation form of doing business and consider the tax affect various types of S Corporation distributions will have on its shareholders. Updated for the latest guidance on tax reform, this course examines planning and reporting successful complex S Corporation transactions. The uses of Qualified Subchapter S Subsidiaries are also explored to help you min-imize your client's tax bill with winning strategies related to this type of entity.
Managers and partners in public accounting who assist clients with tax planning for S Corporations
Apply the rules related to acquisitions and liquidations of S Corporations.
· S Corporation current developments: tax planning impact
Basic knowledge of S Corporation taxation
Surgent Professional Education
Debbie operates her own tax controversy practice where she specializes in partnership and S corporation tax law as well as IRS audits and procedures. She has been very successful petitioning and resolving tax issues under the jurisdiction of the United States Tax Court. She is proficient in Section 199A provisions and computations as well as all aspects of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Previously, Debbie worked for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for more than 32 years, with experience in its Large Business and International Division (LB&I) and its Flow Through Issue Practice Group (IPG), along with various retail and manufacturing industry groups. In addition, Debbie taught graduate and undergraduate courses in accounting and taxation as an adjunct faculty member at Delaware State University, Wilmington College, and Goldey-Beacom College. She has been a seminar presenter for approximately 20 years as well as a textbook author. In 2015 through 2017, she received the Surgent Outstanding Discussion Leader Award.
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