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No matter where you are in your career, we offer many courses to meet your needs and your clients’ needs. Our robust courses, including webinars, self-study courses and tax workshops, are led by superior instructors who care about your professional success and your clients’ satisfaction. Members receive discounts on all our education offerings.

To get a feel for our courses, check out our Shareholder Contributions, Loans, Receivables and Distributions Webinar below. You’ll learn the effects of contributions and distributions from S corporations, and be guided through how to report these contributions and distributions on an S corp client’s return.

Shareholder Contributions, Loans, Receivables and Distributions Webinar

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Bonus Items

Members also receive access to various preparer tools, including white papers, worksheets and checklists. In addition, members get a discount on all our tax office products. D​ownload a sample of our Tax Issues of Divorce E-Book and Form 3115 Missed Depreciation White Paper below.

Tax Issues of Divorce E-Book

Divorce is obviously an emotional rollercoaster for all parties involved. In order to reassure your clients that their return(s) have been properly prepared, it’s crucial to understand the complications and economic effects of divorce at the tax level.

Our comprehensive Tax Issues of Divorce E-Book walks you through how to identify the most appropriate filing status for separated or divorced clients and how to determine which parent is eligible to claim a child as a dependent, the difference between a custodial and noncustodial parent for tax purposes and more. Check it out​ below!

Download Tax Issues of Divorce E-Book

This e-book is one of many popular products offered in our Tax Store, our one-stop-shop for textbooks, office supplies and client-focused materials. Members receive a discount on all Tax Store products.

Form 3115 Missed Depreciation White Paper

The IRS allows taxpayers to correct depreciation deductions by claiming the missed depreciation and correcting the depreciation methods and/or life for future years. Often the tax preparer does not know about a depreciable asset until the taxpayer has sold it or they have owned and used it in their trade or business for several years without taking any depreciation deduction.

This white paper takes you through the trick topics and contains an example prepared Form 3115.

Download Form 3115 Missed Depreciation White Paper

This white paper is one of many white papers that members have access to. Other white paper topics include IRS Notices, Audit Rights and Foreclosures, Abandonments and Cancellation of Debt.

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