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Annual Filing Season Program

 
     
 

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Hi, Welcome! This course includes the requirements for the new " Annual Filing Season Program" that includes the require 6 hours of New Tax Updates, Federal Tax Law/general review, and practice and procedures. Once you complete the Annual Filing Season Program, you will receive certification from the IRS. Donít wait! Complete the Annual Filing Season Program today!

Complete the Annual Filing Season Program online with our approved tax preparation school. Annual Filing Season Program (Hours are listed in accordance with IRS Annual Filing Season Program requirements. This includes the 6 hour Annual Filing Season Program as required by the IRS to get IRS certification). 6 Hours: federal tax law, Tax Refresher/Updates, and practice procedures. 

After you register for the Annual Filing Season Program, proceed with the following:

The 6 Hr Annual Filing Season Program consists of the following items. Complete the following plus the knowledge-based comprehension test:

Annual Filing Season Program

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Knowledge-Based Comprehension Tax Test  
   

Begin the Annual Filing Season Program right away and advance at your own pace. Paying the registration fees for the Annual Filing Season Program is registering. Once you have registered for the Annual Filing Season Program, please go to ďStudent LoginĒ above.

The new tax updates part of the Annual Filing Season Program includes recent changes of tax rules such as adjustments for annual inflation and the filing requirement threshold amounts. Hence, the Annual Filing Season Program also covers the new exemption and standard deduction amounts. In this part of the Annual Filing Season Program we will review the Additional Medicare Tax, the Net Investment Income Tax, same gender marriage issues, the ACA Health Insurance Premium Tax Credit and ACA Individual Shared Responsibility Payment. Due dates and extensions are also covered in this part of Annual Filing Season Program. All these items are covered in the first domain of the Annual Filing Season Program.

The General review or tax law part of the Annual Filing Season Program will cover basic tax issues such as filing status, claiming dependents, using correct SSN or other identification numbers for exemptions claimed. Furthermore, taxable and non-taxable wages, interest, dividend income, taxable state and local refunds, and self-employment are also covered in this part of Annual Filing Season Program. Also covered in this part of Annual Filing Season Program are social security benefits, IRAs, pensions, annuities, and capital gains. In this part of the Annual Filing Season Program you will also be able to review income adjustment items such as deductible part of SE tax, student loan interest and tuition and fees deductions. Other items reviewed in this part of the Annual Filing Season Program are standard and itemized deductions, and its diligence with the EIC credit. The Annual Filing Season Program covers child Tax Credit, Additional Child tax Credit, Child and Dependent Care Credit and the American Opportunity and Lifetime learning Credits. Domain 2 of the Annual Filing Season Program covers withholding, estimated tax payments and refunds or payments. This domain of the Annual Filing Season Program covers tax law topics. Additionally, this part of Annual Filing Season Program covers other basic tax items.

In domain 3 of the Annual Filing Season Program, the preparer will review items that relate to ethics and IRS tax code conduct procedures. Most items covered in domain 3 of Annual Filing Season Program are stated in the IRS Circular 230. The items discussed in this part of the Annual Filing Season Program will be penalties assessed by the IRS for negligent or willful mis-conduct. Other items of discussion the Annual Filing Season Program include obligations to retain or furnish copies, e-file procedures compliance, and failure to sign penalties. Lastly, the Annual Filing Season Program reviews penalties for not identifying yourself as a tax preparer. The purpose of ethics part of the Annual Filing Season Program is to review correct conduct and fraudulent behavior awareness.

Upon completion of the Annual Filing Season Program, you will have satisfied the IRS certification requirements and be recognized nationally at a higher level of professionalism. This Annual Filing Season Program allows you 6 hours of continuing education. You will also receive the IRS Annual Filing Season Program program certificate and you will be included in a public database with attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, enrolled retirement plan agents and enrolled actuaries and others who have completed the Annual Filing Season Program. The preparers who have met the Annual Filing Season Program requirements will be listed by January. It is a great benefit to be included in this national list of high ranking professionals who are exempt from completing or have completed the Annual Filing Season Program. The IRS sends notices to taxpayers promoting preparers with Annual Filing Season Program certification. As an Annual Filing Season Program certified preparer your clients will be able to trust that you know your job. The IRS lets taxpayers know you completed the Annual Filing Season Program and thus that taxpayers trust you. The IRS will refer you to taxpayers as an Annual Filing Season Program participant with IRS certification. Use Annual Filing Season Program certification list to your advantage. Remember, the IRS Annual Filing Season Program certification will not be available in tax season. Donít miss out! This IRS Annual Filing Season Program certification is only to the end of December for the 2015 filing season. You can still complete the Annual Filing Season Program at any time. However, the Annual Filing Season Program must be completed before December 31st for the 2015 tax season IRS for certification.

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