Webinar Course Catalog
As educators in the field of tax credits, incentives and deductions, we hold numerous seminars for CPAs, attorneys, investment firms, and other real estate professionals. The following is a listing of all of our offered courses. Please contact us for more information on a particular course. Please note that our courses are not approved for Enrolled Agent (EA) Continuing Education (CE)
Bonus Depreciation Update & Cost Segregation
Course code: CS305. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
This class will give you updates on bonus depreciation and cost segregation over the last 2 years. It will clarify many confusing areas of bonus depreciation and discuss how it interacts with cost segregation.
IC-DISC: Permanent Tax Savings for Export Activities
Course code: ID100. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
The Interest Charge-Domestic International Sales Corporation (IC-DISC) is a Federal tax incentive designed to encourage U.S. businesses to export products and certain services. This incentive provides permanent, annual savings by allowing income to be taxed at a 20 percent qualified dividend rate rather than higher ordinary tax rates.
Introduction to Cost Segregation
Course Code: CS100. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
Cost Segregation is a tax strategy that identifies and classifies assets and costs for federal tax purposes. Certain assets within the 39 year depreciable life can be classified as personal property or land improvements with a 5, 7, or 15 year rate of depreciation using accelerated methods. This one hour introductory course will provide background information, depreciation rules, and how a cost segregation study is performed.
Research & Development Tax Credit Overview
Course Code: RD101. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
This course will cover the fundamentals of the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit. Including the history and recent developments, project qualifications, calculating the benefits, the chronology of a typical project and common issues.
Tangible Property Repair Regulations
Course Code: RC102. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 2.0
The IRS issued the final Tangible Property Repair Regulations on September, 2013 and final Disposition Regulations in August of 2014, which modify and supersede the Temporary Regulations that were issued on December 23, 2011. While this is the fourth iteration of the Repair Regulations the IRS has released, it is the first time they have issued them in final form. These final and proposed regulations are effective for tax years beginning Jan 1, 2014.
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Overview of Cost Segregation
Course Code: CS101. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 2.0
Cost Segregation is a strategic tax savings tool that allows companies and individuals, who have constructed, purchased, expanded, or remodeled any kind of real estate to increase cash flow by accelerating depreciation deductions and deferring federal and state income taxes.
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Research & Development Tax Credit for Internal Use Software
Course Code: RD102 Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
In January 2015, the IRS released new internal use software (ISU) R&D Tax Credit regulations. The regs define specific ISU projects and provide new definitions for the innovation and significant economic risk test for the credit. ISU is now defined as software that is developed for use in general and administrative functions that facilitate or support the conduct of the trade or business.
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Research & Development Tax Credit for the Food and Beverage Industry
Course Code: RD103. Cost: Free. Knowledge Level: Basic. Credit Hours: 1.0
Food and beverage companies constantly face increasing cost and competitive pricing. A significant amount of these cost stem from R&D expenditures accumulated from improving products to meet new food safety guidelines and dietary standards as well as creating original new products to fill increasing demand for higher quality. The Federal R&D Tax Credit can help offset these expenses by providing tax credits for qualified research cost performed in the United States.
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