Individual Income Tax with 2022 US Master Tax Guide covers the preparation of 2021 tax returns! This course provides a general overview of federal income tax laws for individuals. It explains who must file, which tax forms to use, when the return is due, and other general information. It will provide guidance on which filing status can be used and whether the income received is taxable. The course also explains the standard deduction, the kinds of expenses that can be deducted, and the various credits that are available to reduce the total tax due. However, in addition to the 5300 course material, you'll receive a copy of the 2022 US Master Tax Guide as an additional companion reference guide, allowing you to further research tax issues affecting your clients. PLEASE NOTE: The name / version of the course and exam that you will submit for CPE credit will be 5300Z: Individual Income Tax (for 2021 Returns). All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic/Update.
EA Program Approval Number: ZX34G-T-00443-21-S
CFP Program Approval Number: 297934 for 24 CE Hrs
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