Classes

BVR Masterclass September 28, 2022 @ 12pm MT

Normalizing Owner Compensation + RCReports Case Study

Two nationally known experts will explain how to determine reasonable compensation amounts. Stephen Kirkland, will share insights and sources to help determine reasonable compensation for your clients. Paul Hamann will show how easy it is to use RCReports to develop reasonable compensation amounts for the IRS, business valuations, and other uses.

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Live Webinar Wednesday, October 5 at 8 AM MT
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Reasonable Compensation for S Corps

For two decades the IRS has been preparing an assault on reasonable compensation for S Corps. Their arsenal is now fully locked and loaded. In it there is everything from commonsense tools to obscure memos. We will explore key court cases, IRS guidelines, preparer penalties and some of the obscure weapons the IRS has put in place. We debunk common myths and fiction on how reasonable compensation should be calculated and replace it with facts and methodologies that the IRS relies on.
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Live Webinar Thursday, October 6 @ 12 PM MT

Reasonable Compensation Horror Stories

Learn from the mistakes of practitioners who’ve gone before you by attending this fast-paced session that will reveal the horror that occurs when you butcher reasonable comp.
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Live Webinar Tuesday, October 11 at 7am MT

§199A and Reasonable Compensation

§199A is a key tax deduction available to pass-through entities through the tax year 2025. Reasonable compensation determinations have a substantial impact on a taxpayer's potential §199A deduction and are an important part of tax planning. This course will describe how reasonable compensation intersects with §199A and tax planning with examples.
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Live Webinar Tuesday, October 18 @ 2 PM MT

Reasonable Compensation Horror Stories

Learn from the mistakes of practitioners who’ve gone before you by attending this fast-paced session that will reveal the horror that occurs when you butcher reasonable comp.
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Live Webinar Thursday, October 20 @ 10am MT
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Reasonable Compensation for S Corps

For two decades the IRS has been preparing an assault on reasonable compensation for S Corps. Their arsenal is now fully locked and loaded. In it there is everything from commonsense tools to obscure memos. We will explore key court cases, IRS guidelines, preparer penalties and some of the obscure weapons the IRS has put in place. We debunk common myths and fiction on how reasonable compensation should be calculated and replace it with facts and methodologies that the IRS relies on.
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Archived Webcast
Reasonable Compensation for Shareholder

Reasonable Compensation for S Corps

We will deliver an informative and entertaining webcast that provides a deep dive into Reasonable Compensation for S Corp.’s and arms you with all the tools and knowledge you need to advise your clients on this issue.
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On-Demand Via NAEA

Reasonable Compensation for S-Corps

On-Demand Via NAEA
We will deliver an informative and entertaining webcast that provides a deep dive into Reasonable Compensation for S Corp.’s and arms you with all the tools and knowledge you need to advise your clients on this issue.
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NASBA CPERegistr

RCR NASBA Policies

RCReports (Sponsor ID# 128230) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.
State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

IRS CE Provider

RCReports (Provider ID# YCGFT) has entered into an agreement with the Internal Revenue Service, to meet the requirements of 31 Code of Federal Regulations, section 10.6(g), covering maintenance of attendance records, retention of program outlines, qualifications of instructors, and length of class hours. This agreement does not constitute an endorsement by the IRS as to the quality of the program or its contribution to the professional competence of the enrolled individual. Credit earned by attendees with a PTIN will be reported directly to the IRS as required of all providers. Please note: IRS CE is only mandatory for EAs and ERPAs. For all other tax return preparers, CE is voluntary.

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