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Fall Tax Institute - Kansas City

Wednesday, December 7, 2022 8:30am - Thursday, December 8, 2022 3:45pm

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Overland Park Convention Center

6000 College Blvd
Overland Park, KS 66211

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16.00 Credits

Member Price $350.00

Non-Member Price $415.00


For tax practitioners, there's no better place to get immersed in current events than MOCPA's Fall Tax Institute.  This course has been one of our most popular courses for more than 20 years. If you are a regular attendee, then you will know why. If you haven't experienced Fall Tax yet, join us and find out why 1000+ attendees return every year. 

This two-day program, taught by nationally known speaker, Larry Gray, CPA, CGMA, will address all the changes affecting business entities and individuals in the current year, as well as a detailed analysis of how the new tax laws will affect your business and individual tax clients.


What will be covered:
This year, Fall Tax School includes a wide variety of topics meant to prepare tax professionals to serve a wide variety of clients. We focus instruction on practical application and tips, with the intent of helping you meet your clients’ needs. Whatever they may be.

Topics include:

• IRS’s $80B funding and impact on the taxpayer and the tax preparer
• Code Section 471 accrual and small business accounting election
• Cannabis accounting – from farming, to caregivers, to retail
• Review of new Forms 7203, K2s, K3s, etc.
• The basics of virtual currency
• How dependency issues affect tax benefits
• How the pass-through entity tax calculation affects both individuals and small businesses
• Rules that an S corporation entity must follow if it chooses to remain in business but wishes to revoke a subchapter-S election
• Considerations and steps to follow for selling a service business
• The creation and requirements of partnerships
• Common and important tax considerations in the distribution of estate assets
• The structure and use of Form 4797
• Determining if house flipping activity rises to the level of trade or business or if it should be considered an investment activity
• Ethics and due diligence for the new tax client
• Tax and social security issues affecting US individuals on working assignments in foreign countries
• Understanding the basic rules and filing requirements for tax-exempt organizations
• Guiding aging clients through decisions with social security, Medicare, aging I place, funding long-term care, and making qualified charitable distributions

Designed For

CPAs or finance professionals, regardless of level, involved with tax planning, consulting and compliance.



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Non-Member Price $415.00

Member Price $350.00