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Explore case studies drawn from real-life situations involving CPAs in tax practice. From tax shelters to preparing small business tax returns, learn about ethical issues in the context of tax services and taking positions on tax issues that range from “probable” to “more likely than not” to a “realistic possibility.” Gain insight by placing yourself in situations that require application and understanding of relevant ethical considerations and standards established by the Service, AICPA, Circular 230, and the Code. Consider real-world tax questions that deal with independence, knowledge of errors in returns, advice to taxpayers, fees charged in shelter, and other transactions, and standards applicable to uncertain tax positions, among others.
When you complete this course, you will be able to:
Who Will Benefit?
CPAs in tax practice who provide services to individuals, corporations, LLCs and partnerships, and CPAs who work in tax reporting functions for businesses of all sizes, including corporate tax departments.
Prerequisite: Experience in tax reporting
Advanced Preparation: None