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Get Ready To File 2018 Tax Return – Learn About The Tax Changes

2018 Tax Reform Changes

A lot has changed this year, and it is going to impact every single tax payer.

Join us on January 19th, 2019 for a two hour long webinar to see what you should pay attention to.

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Sanjiv Gupta CPA will join us and explain to us what has changed and how we can reduce our taxable income.   Here are some of the key changes you can expect Sanjiv to talk about.

  • 529 college savings plans
  • ACA individual mandate
  • Alimony
  • Alternative minimum tax
  • Bicycle commuting
  • Child tax credit
  • Corporate taxes
  • Estate taxes
  • Gains made on home sales
  • Medical expenses
  • Miscellaneous tax deductions
  • Mortgage and home equity loan interest deduction
  • Moving expenses
  • Pass-through businesses
  • Personal casualty or theft
  • Personal exemptions
  • Standard deductions
  • State and local tax (SALT) deduction
  • Student loan debt discharge
  • Tax brackets and income taxes

This is a FREE Webinar – But Registration is Required.

 

 

 

Over 150 People Attended FBAR Webinar on Saturday

Learn about FBAR and other foreign and asset reporting requirement ?

Join us on May 11th for an online seminar. We will discuss the basics of FBAR and foreign and assets reporting requirements.  Register today to secure your seat.

Sanjiv Gupta CPA will review the state of the FBAR filing in 2012-13 – who needs to file, which accounts must be reported and what to do about signature authority.

Sanjiv will also discuss the implications of the new IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure program,  and how taxpayers can benefit from it.

He will explain the eligibility requirements, penalty structure and compare it to previous year voluntary disclosure program.

What Assets needs to be disclosed?

What should not be reported is as important as what should be reported. Sanjiv will cover some of the common mistakes people make while filing FBAR.

  • What Indian Properties should be reported?
  • What Indian Bank Accounts should be reported?
  • What rental income should be reported?
  • What about gifts made to parents?
  • What about life insurance policies?
  • Should you report the mutual funds and stocks held in India?
  • Should you report the retirement income?

 

Here is small interview clip about FBAR from Sanjiv’s interview last year.