These webcasts are very popular because the newest tax law information is available so quickly and conveniently
(Vocus/PRWEB) October 19, 2010
Based on the new Small Business Jobs Act, small business owners can now deduct more start up costs, take a bigger write off for investments in new equipment, deduct the entire cost of health insurance for themselves and their families from the Self-Employment Tax, and more. “When tax laws take effect immediately, businesses don’t want to wait to find out what the changes mean to them,” said Hoven. Attending the Federal Tax Update webcasts from CPE Link will enable all tax practitioners to identify and solve client tax problems before tax season starts.
2010 has been an active year for federal tax changes, aimed at stimulating employment and the economy. The focus of the Small Business Jobs Act is to help small businesses obtain loans. In fact, most of its $42 billion cost is related to the creation of a new $30 billion fund run by the Treasury Department that would give cheap capital to small banks. In his Federal Tax Update webcast, Vern Hoven will discuss the $12 billion of tax incentives created through an increase and expansion of Section 179, an extension of bonus depreciation and a small list of other items like cell phones are no longer listed property. These webcasts are a quick and economical way for tax practitioners to get up to speed on all the changes to the tax code. Practitioners who attend all four sessions (16 CPE hours) qualify for a special Value Bundle price of $356.
“These webcasts are very popular because the newest tax law information is available so quickly and conveniently,” said Sue Anderson, program director for CPE Link. “Plus, Vern Hoven and Bill Roos make such a great teaching team." Vern brings humor and fun to the presentation and Bill adds valuable commentary and answers questions from the participants. Attendees receive a detailed, comprehensive manual and have access to the recorded webcast for three months.
CPE Link is a provider of online continuing professional education (CPE) for CPAs, EAs, CFPs and other financial professionals. Practitioners can choose from a broad curriculum of over 30 live webcast topics every month. CPE Link is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.
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