By: Darren Mills, Esq., CPA, ChFC, CLU
Unlike some of your law school classes or other courses that focus on common law and case law, tax law is rule driven by statute (i.e., the Internal Revenue Code of 1986) and Treasury Regulations. This four-part course is designed to introduce the practitioner to those tax topics for which they will most likely encounter in their practice. As such, topics will range from an introduction to the federal income tax system, general tax principles, taxation of real property, IRAs and stock compensation, and the transfer tax system.
Full seminar recording and comprehensive written materials included.
CLE: Up to 10 hours
Pre-approved: AR (10), CA (10), CO (12), DE (10), FL (12), GA (10), IL (10), IN (6), KS (5), MO (12), NC (10), OH (10), NJ (10), NY (10), PA (6), SC (6), TX (10), VA (10), WI (12). Attorney will self apply in states not listed.
Recorded: July 2016