Pension, Annuity, IRA, and Social Security Income Reporting – 2017 Law – Self-Study – Videos
This program covers the reporting of income from retirement plans, education accounts and social security income.
- Overview of Form 5498 IRA Contribution Information
- Discussion of Form 1099R and distributions codes
- Use of Form W4-P Withholding Certificate for Pension or Annuity Payments
- Overview of the different kinds of retirement plans taxpayers may participate in
- Using Form 8606, Nondeductible IRAs, to figure the taxable part of a distribution from an IRA
- Traditional IRA to Roth IRA conversions
- Roth IRA to traditional IRA recharacterization
- Inherited IRAs
- Loans from pension and annuity plans
- Additional tax owed on certain early distributions from retirement plans
- Exceptions to additional tax on early distributions from retirement plans
- Additional tax on certain distributions for education accounts
- Additional tax on excess contributions to certain accounts
- Required minimum distributions
- How to complete Form 5329 Additional Taxes on Qualified Plans (Including IRAs) and Other Tax-Favored Accounts
- Calculating the taxability of annuity income with the Simplified General Rule
- Lump-sum distributions
- How to report partially taxable distributions from IRAs
- Instructions for Social Security Form SSA-1099 Benefits statement, Form RRB-1099 Tier I Railroad Equivalent Benefit statement, and Form RRB-1099R Tier II Railroad Retirement Benefits statement
- Form W-4V social security Voluntary Withholding Request
- How to calculate the taxability of social security income using the social security benefits worksheets
- Taxation methods to apply to lump-sum social security payments
- Special deductions relating to social security benefits income and repayments
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
- Identify which taxpayers can receive special tax treatment for lump-sum distributions
- Use Form 8606 Nondeductible IRAs to figure the taxable part of a distribution from an IRA, including a Roth conversion
- Explain who is subject to the 10% additional tax on distributions from retirement accounts, and how to claim an exception to the penalty where allowed
- Determine the taxable amount of a distribution from an education savings account
- Describe the penalties that apply to excess contributions to IRAs and MSAs
- Complete Form 5329 Additional Taxes on Qualified Plans (Including IRAs) and Other Tax-Favored Accounts
- Use the Simplified Method worksheet to figure the taxable part if a distribution from a retirement account
- Explain how to report Tier I and Tier II Railroad Retirement
- Calculate the taxable portion of social security benefits received using the Social Security Benefits Worksheet
- Explain how to make a lump-sum election on retroactive payments of social security benefits
2017 Tax Law
Ends: Saturday, July 31, 2021 11:59 PM (PST)
Started: Wednesday, August 15, 2018 11:59 PM (PST)
Ended: Sunday, July 31, 2022 11:59 PM (PST)
|IRS (Federal Tax Law)||8 Hours|
|Oregon Tax Board||8 Hours|
Field of Study
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IRS Federal Program Number
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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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