Date: May 12, 2023
Time: 8 – 11:30 a.m. PT
In tax rulings, several cases are cited frequently. Many of these cases represent judicial doctrines such as substance over form or step transaction. Some key tax rules, such as the definition of a trade or business or a reasonable cause defense for a penalty waiver, are from court decisions. These key cases and doctrines are not only important to judges, but also to practitioners in compliance and planning work. This webinar presents significant judicial doctrines and rules by identifying and explaining key cases needed to help us better understand and apply our federal tax law. Numerous examples of cases and applications to practice are covered.
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Practitioners involved in tax research, those seeking a deeper understanding of various components in measuring taxable income and compliance by gaining stronger understanding and awareness of key tax cases to assist in tax compliance, planning and research.
An understanding of the components of taxable income for individuals and businesses. Practice with compliance and tax planning.
Understand various tax doctrines that apply to income recognition, identifying the taxable parties, property transaction calculations, when transactions lack substance, and much more
Identify when key tax doctrines may be relevant in understanding or supporting a tax treatment or result
Describe significant court decisions relevant to all aspects of measuring taxable income and being tax compliant
Identify key rules of statutory construction and their relevance to tax research
This course was recorded on 04/12/2023. The instructor will be available via the chat feature to answer questions during the presentation.