Category Archives: Tax Education

Webinar – The Trump Tax Plan

Course Title: TaxMama® TCJA Planning Webinar   subtitle: Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – Tax Planning for Small Businesses and Employees with Large, Unreimbursed Business Expenses Speaker: Eva Rosenberg, EA, CTC, CTRS Date and Time: December 5, 2018 at NOON Pacific Cost: $99  (Free to TaxMama® Prime EA Students and TaxMama® Family Members) All full-pay registrations include […]

VCSP – Employer Amnesty for Mis-Classifying Employees

Intro paragraph: Employers – PLEASE PAY ATTENTION NOW! You can no longer get away with treating employees as freelancers. Aside from several recent court decisions, there are too many ways for your employees to turn you in to the IRS and state authorities. After all, if the employees don’t want to pay YOUR half of the […]

Everything You Want to Know About the EA Exam 2018-2019

The REPLAY of the April  2018-2019 webinar is HERE! Becoming a knowledgeable tax professional isn’t easy. It takes a lot of dedication, math skills, and the flexibility to keep up with the myriad of tax law changes that take place each year.  But it can be done. It’s fun! And oh so lucrative. And TaxMama’s EA […]

Webinar: Reconciling the 1099-K and 1099 MISC

This year, people in business or selling on eBay will be getting 1099s from both their banks (or PayPal) and their customers. Often, those 1099s will overlap, telling the IRS that you received much more money than you really earned. There is a trick to reporting these 1099s that will help you avoid audit, while […]

Care and Feeding of your PTIN Series – Session 2 – The RTRP Exam

The IRS established new regulations for tax professionals recently. After nearly 100 years without any form of tax preparer licensing or overview, it’s time for tax preparers to exhibit that they have a fundamental understanding of tax law, tax preparation and ethical standards. Now there is a new exam that ALL otherwise uncredentialed tax preparers […]

Care and Feeding of your PTIN Series – Session 1 – Maintaining Your RTRP

NOTE: All regulations re:RTRPs have been suspended – these rules no longer apply. The IRS established new regulations for tax professionals recently. After nearly 100 years without any form of tax preparer licensing or overview, it’s time for tax preparers to exhibit that they have a fundamental understanding of tax law, tax preparation and ethical […]

Closing the Books: An Accountants Guide – 15 CPE hrs – only $99

Closing the Books: An Accountants Guide – 15 CPE hrs – only $99 Closing the Books: An Accountant’s Guide demonstrates how the accounting systems summarize information into financial statements, how to close the books efficiently, how to construct financial statements, and the controls and record keeping systems needed to close the books. Earn 15 CPE […]

Taxpayer Representation, Tax Prep/Practice Management, SEE Review

  [TaxMama Recommendation – you will find THE best, in-depth training for taxpayer representation at NTPI. And if you want a quick, in-person, EA Exam Review course – take this one. Enjoy the NAEA conference! ] Taxpayer Representation, Tax Prep/Practice Management, SEE Review — all at the 2011 NAEA National Conference! NAEA earned its reputation for […]

IRS Free CPE Courses Coming up

Courtesy of IRS The Examination Process for Employment Tax Returns The June 22 IRS Live broadcast will cover the employment tax examination process, taxpayer rights, settlement agreements and payment options. ewers will learn from IRS and industry experts what to expect from an employment tax examination including information about: Examination process Statute of limitations Examination […]

New Federal Regulation Affects Tax Resolution, Tax Negotiation and Tax

Complimentary Webinar Who should attend: All tax professionals who prepare amended return, work with tax audits, or audit reconsiderations, tax debt reduction or re-negotiation. Why: There are HUGE penalties in this law for those involved in tax debt reduction who collect fees from clients in advance – as in, retainers. You must learn the new […]

A Trip to the IRS Tax Forums, Page 2

Problem Resolution and Focus Groups Problem Resolution had a facility at the Tax Forum. One of my friends brought a case file with her (and power of attorney forms, etc.). When picking up her registration packet on Monday, she was given a form to fill out with the specifics of her case (and a copy […]

A Trip to the IRS Tax Forums, Page 1

Last week, all my tax staff and I took our annual trip to the IRS Tax Forum. When these forums first started out many years ago, the fee was $25 for three days of education provided by IRS staff and a variety of tax professionals from sponsor associations. It was an amazing value – especially […]