1040 Boot Camp Course Information
Several years ago, Taxspeaker’s President Bob Jennings began recognizing the lack of younger faces in live crowds around the country. He attributed it to one major problem: the failure of today’s university accounting programs to properly educate students that 50% of the US economy is driven by small business while training students exclusively for “Big 4” employment as, essentially, taxpayer-funded Big 4 training programs.
Our solution was to develop a “1040 Boot Camp” to train non-traditional employees in how to prepare individual income tax returns as taught by actual small-firm owning, professional speaker tax professionals. The first two national courses sold out within days in 2019, followed by two more large crowds in our second round of training in January, 2020. Each speaker is a firm owner with at least 20 years experience who personally still prepare over 200 tax returns annually.
Designed for the staff person with 0-3 years of experience it provides hands-on training for non-traditional employees in preparing Forms 1040, A,B,C,D, E and depreciation. Each day ends with a student’s manually-prepared 1040, which is then explained individually (but not graded or picked up) by the professional instructors. Attendees in 2019 commented that they were afraid of the case study but found it exhilaratingly useful.
***Not applicable for CPE credit***
Cost: $450/Members, $600/Non-members; Registration closes Friday, January 13, 2023 at 12:00 PM Eastern.
Zoom: Important Information- upon registration with VSTAP you will receive a confirmation email which includes a registration link to the Zoom webinar. You must also register in Zoom so that you will receive the unique Zoom link. VSTAP is unable to do this for you because of how Zoom works and for tracking purposes. The link to the materials is also provided in your confirmation email.
If you are not a VSTAP member, but want to get the member rate, you can join online. This event qualifies for use of VSTAP Education Bucks (member only).
January 16 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
January 17 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- All 8-hour webcasts will break for lunch and have two 10-15 minute breaks.
This virtual course will be presented LIVE from TaxSpeaker's new, state of the art TV studio facilities, using interactive whiteboards and energetic and engaged speakers. All attendees receive an electronic materials and Power Point slides.
This course is a nation-wide event offered by TaxSpeaker and not specifically for VSTAP. However, CPE credit will be issued by VSTAP, based on the attendance confirmation from TaxSpeaker. Attendees must log in on time, remain logged in for the full length of the webinar, and answer 75% of all polling questions to obtain full CPE credit. This only includes the electronic version of the materials.
Credit Hours: 0
Field of Study: Taxes
Program Level: Basic
Designed for: Accountants, Tax Professionals, CPAs, EAs, Finance Professionals, Attorneys
Advanced Preparation: None
Instructional Method: Group Internet-Based
Approved by: NASBA & IRS
Upon completion of this course you will be able to: 1. Determine what qualifies for medical deductions 2. Define medical expense 3. Identify the qualities of US Savings bonds 4. Determine what factors affect qualified education expenses 5. Determine what can be deducted by Day Care facilities 6. Determine what meals and entertainment expenses can be deducted 7. Determine when Section 1041 applies 8. Identify when transfers between soon to be ex-spouses are tax free 9. Determine what can be depreciated 10. Define Bonus depreciation 11. Identify the origins of MACRS 12. Determine the MACRS lives of various items 13. Determine how an IRA may be invested 14. Identify the differences between different retirement accounts 15. Determine what is involved in making withdrawals from Roth IRAs 16. Determine where to report rollovers.
Attendee Requirements: You must have a high speed internet connection, speakers connected to your computer, headphones or call in for audio and a monitor. If you have more than 1 person PAID FOR and REGISTERED for the streaming webinar and all would like to watch from the same computer, please complete the Proctor Form and return to us AFTER completion of the webinar.
Each person watching this webinar must be REGISTERED AND PAID regardless if CPE is needed or not.
Refunds and Cancellations
Attendance Cancellation Policy
Attendee cancellations and requests for refunds MUST be done at least 72 business hours prior to the start of the event in writing by e-mail or mail. Postmarks for mail must be before the cancellation date. Phone calls and phone messages will not qualify as notice of cancellation.