Net Investment Income Tax, Other Taxes and Penalties – 2017 Law – Self-Study – Videos
This course covers a variety of topics and miscellaneous items that affect preparation of individual tax returns including: net investment income tax, amended returns, the kiddie tax, estimated taxes, other taxes, and penalties.
- Tax on uncollected social security and Medicare wages
- Household employment taxes
- Additional Medicare tax
- Net investment income tax (NIIT)
- Other taxes
- Federal refund direct deposit
- Refund offsets
- Injured spouse allocation
- Innocent spouse relief
- Tax payment options and methods
- Options for filers who can’t afford to pay tax owed
- Estimated tax payments
- Penalty for underpayment of estimated tax
- Amended tax returns
- Kiddie tax on investment income of children
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
- Explain how to calculate income tax for a taxpayer who is claiming the foreign earned income exclusion
- Describe procedures for determining worker status as employee or independent contractor using Form 8919 Uncollected Social Security and Medicare Wages, and Form SS-8 Determination of Worker Status for Purposes of Federal Employment Taxes and Income Tax Withholding
- Describe procedures and rules for determining the amount of household employment tax owed on wages paid to household employees
- Calculate the Net Investment Income tax using Form 8960 and the Additional Medicare tax using Form 8959
- Outline various refund delivery methods available to filers
- Describe procedures for filing an injured spouse claim using form 8379 Injured Spouse Allocation
- Describe methods taxpayers can use to pay their taxes
- Describe options available to filers who are not able to pay their taxes
- Determine if injured spouse relief may be available to a taxpayer
- Describe the difference between an injured spouse allocation and an innocent spouse claim
- Explain how to request additional time to pay a balance owed
- Explain estimated tax rules and penalties relating to underpayment of estimated taxes
- Identify when a tax preparer can represent a client under a valid power of attorney
- Describe the purpose of Form 8821 Tax Information Authorization
- Prepare Form 1040X Amended U.S. Individual Tax Return
- Describe how to include a child’s investment income on the parent’s tax return using Form 8814 Parent’s Election to Report Child’s Interest and Dividend Income
- Determine if a child must pay “kiddie” tax at the parent’s higher rate using Form 8615 Tax for Certain Children who have Investment Income of More Than $2,000
2017 Tax Law
Ends: Saturday, July 31, 2021 11:59 PM (PST)
Starts: Monday, November 19th, 2018 11:59 PM (PST)
Ends: Sunday, July 31, 2022 11:59 PM (PST)
|IRS (Federal Tax Law)||7 Hours|
|Oregon Tax Board||7 Hours|
Field of Study
Basic tax knowledge
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.
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Students intending to write the Oregon State Tax Exam, must be at least 18 years of age, and have High School Diploma or GED. Students using our self-paced internet based program should prepare for classes by downloading and printing course materials. For more information including detailed course descriptions and learning objectives, view the details of each course, located on Pacific Northwest Tax School’s catalog pages at: http://pnwtaxschool.com/oc-catalog
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