30 Accounting & Tax Preparation Courses to Prepare You for Tax Season
Posted on 01/25/21 By Lorman Team
Last year, accounting firms were overwhelmed with various tax law changes – and experts believe this year will offer its own complexities.
So to help you prepare for tax season, we compiled a list of the best accounting and tax preparation courses to help you stay ahead of the curve.
The 2021 tax season will begin Friday, February 12th with a filing deadline of Thursday, April 15th.
Online Accounting and Tax Preparation Courses
The following live and on-demand online accounting and tax preparation courses will help you prepare for tax season:
- Form 1099-NEC: Replacing 1099-MISC Box 7
- IRS Form 5471: Information Return for U.S. Persons With Respect to Certain Foreign Corporations
- IRS Form 1099 Reporting Update
- Filling Out Form 1099 Fundamentals
- ASC 606: Requirements and Deadlines for the New Revenue Standard
- Manufacturers - Ways to Avoid Large Financial Risks if Audited for Sales and Use Taxes
- Rules and Developments in Agriculture Taxation
- Marijuana Tax Issues and Reporting Requirements
- Basics of Sales and Use Tax
- Use Taxes - The Hidden Dangers and Expanding Nexus
- Understanding IRS Form 1099-NEC and Form 1099-MISC and Best Practices
- Post-Wayfair: Economic Nexus Standards in State Taxation
- Withholding of Taxes on Payments to Foreign Persons and Entities
- TIN Matching to Reduce Your B-Notices and Eliminate Proposed Penalties
- IRS Form 1099-R Reporting Update
- Advanced 1031 Exchange Concepts and Opportunity Zones
- Advanced Records Retention
- Managing Exemptions and Resale Certificates
- Sales Taxation of Internet Transactions: What Now After Wayfair?
- Drop Shipments: Understanding Sales Tax Treatments of the Seller, Shipper, and Customer
- Accounting Method Changes Under the Tax Bill
- Lease Accounting: How It Affects Your Business and Preparing for Compliance
- Segregation of Duties in Accounting
- Vendor Master Files
- Impact and Prevention of Tax Identity Theft
- Asset Sale vs. Stock Sale: Tax Considerations
- Foreign Affiliate Income: State Tax Implications
- Multistate Nexus Standards and the Effects of the South Dakota v. Wayfair Decision
- Form 1099-C Reporting Requirements
- Understanding High Level Financial and Economic Issues and Solutions
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