This comprehensive training is designed to get the accountant up-to-speed quickly with the different types of individual retirement accounts (IRAs). The cornerstone of the course is an in-depth coverage of the contribution and distribution rules to the Traditional, Roth, Simplified Employee Pension (SEP), and Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE) IRAs. The course will also discuss the basics of the health savings account (HSA) as well as any newly enacted tax legislation related to IRAs.
Once participants have completed this session, they should be able to * Form a partnership and calculate the partnership’s initial inside basis in the assets and partner’s outside basis in the entity * Prepare a basic partnership (Form 1065) Schedule K including the reporting of cash and noncash distributions * Understand how the Schedule K items get allocated to the partners/members on their individual Schedule K-1 * List the three main reasons for calculating a partner/member’s basis in a partnership/LLC * Calculate a partner/member’s outside basis and determine if losses and deductions are limited on their individual income tax return
* Each attendee will receive the most comprehensive IRA reference manual with numerous practice aids, examples, and required minimum distribution tables * Topics include but are not limited to * An emphasis on newly enacted tax legislation affecting IRAs including the those made by the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) * An emphasis on newly enacted tax legislation affecting IRAs * Contribution limits to and tax treatment of distributions from Traditional, Roth, SEP, and SIMPLE IRAs * Deductible phase-out limits for Traditional IRA contributions for taxpayers who are active participants in qualified retirement plans * Roth IRA contribution phase-out limits as well as tax-free qualified distributions * Planning opportunities for conversions to ROTH IRAs * Rollover rules to/from different retirement accounts and the one-rollover-per-year limitation * The different options of receiving IRA distributions before age 59½ and avoiding the 10% early distribution penalty (including substantially equal periodic payments) * The required minimum distribution (RMD) rules from IRAs needed to avoid the 50% penalty after the account owner turns age 70½ or dies * The tax ramifications of spouse and nonspouse beneficiaries and how this affects the RMD calculation after the account owner’s death * Overview of health savings account (HSA) eligibility rules, contribution limits, and distribution rules
Who Should Attend
Professionals who advise clients on all aspects of IRAs and want to maximize retirement plan contributions, minimize the taxes on distributions, and learn the ins and outs of distributions from these accounts
Background in individual and business income tax law
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