Credit Hours: 2
IRS Number: 5KBKR-T-00136-14-O
Event Description:The 2010 Health Care Bill made radical changes to the health care fringe benefits that employer's may provide or may want to provide for employees. The changes are sweeping, full of traps and horrible penalties and affect businesses of all sizes from sole proprietors to large corporations. This new class, which we are excited to bring to our customers is the nation's first CPE class designed specifically to address just income tax deductions, penalties and planning for these health care benefits. Every tax professional and business owner in the country, in particular small business, will benefit from this cutting-edge course. Our author (Bob Jennings CPA) tells us this is the best manual he has ever written and that says a lot for someone who has written over 250 CPE manuals in 30 years.
During the class we will discuss all 4 major health care fringe benefits including insurance, HRAs, health savings accounts and health care flex spending accounts. We will tell you what works, what doesn't and provide clear guidance on what can and cannot be done for sole proprietors, LLC/Partnership members, S corporation shareholders and C corporation shareholders and their employees. We will answer those questions that have been tearing at every tax professional's subconscious including: can I reimburse for health insurance; what type of deduction works now; what do I do for S corporation owners; is a Flex plan a good idea; do HRA's still work; and many more. We will also illustrate a solution that is not generally considered for all of the fringe benefit problems.
We won't be discussing who has to provide health insurance or bog down with penalties for large employers that don't provide it-this class is about the fringe benefits and what can and cannot be done, not about insurance requirements.
The answers are here in a definitive, concise, easy to follow guide full of easy tables to follow the rules. Dozens of hours of research, cross-checking, back research and extra reading of IRS guidance, professional and industry analyses, ACA rules, notices and Regulations have finally been boiled down by our experts to an easy to understand guidebook for everyone.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS - You must have a high speed internet connection, speakers connected to your computer and monitor.
GROUPS - PROCTORS - If you have more than 1 person REGISTERED for the streaming webcast and all would like to watch from the same computer, please complete the Proctor Form and return to us after completion of the webcast in order to receive proper CPE credit. A CPA must attest to the attendance of each person. The CPA does not have to be in attendance of the webcast, just attest that the persons on the form have attended. Proctor Form (Word doc) Proctor From (PDF)
DAY OF WEBCAST - You can login 10 minutes early. Please note that you will not see or hear a speaker until the prompt start time.
FAQ - Visit our FAQ page for more answers regarding our Streaming Webcasts.TIME ZONES: PLEASE NOTE: All streaming seminars times listed are Eastern Time Zone. Please adjust to your time zone.
DisclaimerFees and Schedule
This Jennings Sponsored Internet-Live seminar begins promptly at stated time, will break for lunch, have 2-10 minute breaks and end promptly at the stated time.
Event ObjectiveUpon completion of this course, you will be able to-Advise clients on health care plan issues; Discuss the usage of a Professional Employment Organization with clients including benefits and disadvantages of using such a service; Explain Section 106 health insurance benefits to clients; Explain Section 105 health reimbursement arrangements to clients, including the requirements for plans to qualify as such; and more.
Field of StudyTaxes
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