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Tax Webinar #1 – Introduction to 2020, a Truly Unique Base Year

  • 03 Feb 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Webinar
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  • 2020 was a challenging year for everyone, and these challenges were met with changes to the tax code that will alter the verification and conflicting information review process. We’ll start this webinar with a quick overview of 2022-2023 verification, which is not too different from 2021-2022 verification. But for the bulk of the webinar, we will look at what makes 2020 different from other years. We’ll start with a review of the 2020 tax return – to find the FAFSA data elements, figure out whether or not we need Schedules 1, 2, and/or 3, and look at the grossly inadequate “Did you file a Schedule 1?” question. Then we’ll look at changes to the tax code that may trigger an increase in the work we need to do – tax-exempt unemployment compensation, the repeal of the premium tax credit repayments, and Coronavirus Related Distributions (which will be the basis for many appeals).

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SPRING TAX WEBINAR SERIES

Robert Weinerman, IronBridge Resources, Presenter

Webinar 1 – Introduction to 2020, a Truly Unique Base Year

2020 was a challenging year for everyone, and these challenges were met with changes to the tax code that will alter the verification and conflicting information review process. We’ll start this webinar with a quick overview of 2022-2023 verification, which is not too different from 2021-2022 verification. But for the bulk of the webinar, we will look at what makes 2020 different from other years. We’ll start with a review of the 2020 tax return – to find the FAFSA data elements, figure out whether or not we need Schedules 1, 2, and/or 3, and look at the grossly inadequate “Did you file a Schedule 1?” question. Then we’ll look at changes to the tax code that may trigger an increase in the work we need to do – tax-exempt unemployment compensation, the repeal of the premium tax credit repayments, and Coronavirus Related Distributions (which will be the basis for many appeals).

Please join us for this exciting topic so that you are prepared for the 2022-2023 year!


  

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