Filing Requirements for US Residents and for US Citizens Living Abroad – 2019 Law – Self-Study – Videos
Learn how filing requirements are impacted by filing status, age, dependency and a variety of other factors. This course also explores filing requirements for non-resident aliens; which tax form should be used to file a return; and penalties for late filing of returns.
- Federal filing requirements for individuals
- The standard deduction
- Filing requirements for aliens
- Determining residency
- Effect of tax treaties
- How filing requirement is affected by the type of income you have
- Accounting methods and periods
- Filing deadlines
- Extension of time to file
- Penalties for late filing
- Calculating tax
- Which tax form to use (1040EZ, 1040A, 1040, 1040NR)
- Taxpayer Identification Numbers and Form W-7 Application for ITIN
- E-File requirement
- Filing requirements for decedents
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
- Identify the federal filing requirements for individuals
- Explain how the standard deduction is used to determine filing requirements
- Determine which tax form to use (1040EZ, 1040A or 1040)
- Identify filing requirements specific to Form 1040NR and 1040-PR
- Explain the special rules for decedents
2019 Tax Law
|IRS (Federal Tax Law)||3 Hours|
|Oregon Tax Board||3 Hours|
Field of Study
Basic tax knowledge
Self-study – videos
IRS Federal Program Number
Meet Your Instructor
April Gutierrez, Enrolled Agent: Known for her entertaining speaking style and ability to make a complex subject easy to understand, April is frequently invited to speak to business groups and news media on tax-related topics. She has a B.A. in Communication Studies from Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. She obtained her Oregon LTC in 1995. April resides in Portland, Oregon, with her husband Jess and their two sons. Her pastimes include gardening, travel, and playtime with her Arabian horse, Fancy.
Good course, but...Had no problems with the instructor or the way the course was presented. The downloadable materials/handouts were great, but the exams needed to have clarifications on questions about what year they are talking about. If you’re taking this course in 2020 and they give 2020 examples (such as the standard deduction amounts) and the course recorded in 2019, are we referring to 2019 numbers or 2020? Clarification would be nice so that you don’t accidentally get it wrong by referring to the incorrect tables/information.
some clarification on the year in question
Question 9 on final incorrectThe given answer to question 9 on the final is $30,000. However (using 2019 values) their standard deduction should be $27,000 (24,400 + 1300 + 1300)
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Basic Tax Law
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