Summer 2023 Newsletter
This pragmatic course is designed for busy tax professionals that do not have the time to research the latest updates emanating from new IRS guidance, fresh court cases, and constantly changing tax legislation. Within this course, you’ll find a curated newsletter that includes the most important and useful information to keep you on top of your practice.

Course Publication Date: September 20, 2023

This course is available with NO ADDITIONAL FEE if you have an active self study membership or all access membership or can be purchased for $20.00!

Author:Tyler Thompson CPA, EA
Course No:TAX-SUMMER-2023
Recommended CPE:2.00
Delivery Method:QAS Self Study
Level of Knowledge:Update
Prerequisites:None
Advanced Preparation:None
Recommended Field of Study:Taxes
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Learning Objectives
  • Evaluate the difference between taxable and non-taxable income in the context of child support and interest payments, focusing on how federal laws may influence their allocation.
  • Recall the implications of time zones on the timeliness of electronically filed petitions in tax court, based on the case of Roy A. Nutt and Bonnie W. Nutt v. Commissioner and the legal principles presented therein.
  • Identify the distinctions between "temporary" and "indefinite" work as it pertains to commuting expenses and tax deductions according to US law.
  • Recall the distinction between personal expenditures and business expenditures and the implications of misrepresentation in the context of tax law.
  • Evaluate the difference between taxable and non-taxable income in the context of child support and interest payments, focusing on how federal laws may influence their allocation.
  • Recall the implications of time zones on the timeliness of electronically filed petitions in tax court, based on the case of Roy A. Nutt and Bonnie W. Nutt v. Commissioner and the legal principles presented therein.
  • Identify the distinctions between "temporary" and "indefinite" work as it pertains to commuting expenses and tax deductions according to US law.
  • Recall the distinction between personal expenditures and business expenditures and the implications of misrepresentation in the context of tax law.
  • Identify the recent changes made by the IRS unannounced visit policy.

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