Calendar
Prev MonthPrev Month Next MonthNext Month
How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C | Round Table Discussion Central Valley Online Chapter Meeting 9.22.20
Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM PDT
Category: Chapter Meetings

Two-Part Webinar
How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C | Round Table Discussion

Central Valley Online Chapter Meeting

Date/Time:

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Workshop - How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C: 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Dinner - Round Table Discussion: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

Location:

Online Meeting via Zoom
This will be Zoom Meeting. Once you register and pay, the Zoom link will be provided for you to log in at the designated meeting time. Zoom does require registration before entering the meeting. 

Topic: 

Workshop - How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C
How To Operate A Business
Problem Issues Of Schedule C
How To Operate A Business (Also Applies To Corporations, Partnerships)
What Type Of Records To Maintain
Potential Problems Operating A Sole Proprietors Bookkeeping Records
Retaining Records

Other Issues:

  • Is The Business Viable Or Is It An Activity Not-For-Profit?
  • Depreciation Allowed Or Allowable (Especially As It Pertains To Sch. E
  • Are You Utilizing Contract Labor Or An Employee?
  • Basis In A Corporation Or Partnership
  • Arms-Length Transactions
  • What Does The IRS Audit
  • Contract Labor Vs. An Employee
  • Gross Receipts
  • Car Expense, Etc, Etc
  • What Are Some Common Issues of Corporation, Partnerships
  • Related-Party Transactions
  • Loans to Corporate Officers or Shareholders
  • Basis in The Business

Dinner - Round Table Discussion
Interactive discussion with Qualified speakers. An opportunity to discuss most issues.

Presenter:

Workshop - How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C
Anthony D. Bustos, EA
FORMER IRS REVENUE AGENT: Anthony D. Bustos, EA, graduated from California State University at Fullerton with a BA in Business Administration-Accounting. Mr. Bustos was employed by the IRS for several years as a Revenue Agent auditing individuals, businesses, corporations and partnerships as well as researching tax laws, court cases and revenue rulings. He represents clients before the IRS and FTB in audit, special problems and and collection matters such as the release or modification of wage levies, payment agreements, and hardships. He provides tax preparation and planning for corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships and individuals. He appeared on Trinity BroadcastingNetwork’s televised “Battlelines“ program and has been a speaker to the Riverside Tax Consultants Association, and the California Society of Accounting and Tax Professionals. Anthony was the President of the California Society of Tax Consultants from 2006 to 2008.

Dinner - Round Table Discussion
Karen De Vaney, Robby Loucks and other qualified speakers
Since 1976, Karen has owned and operated her accounting and tax business in Modesto, California. She specializes in the income tax, bookkeeping and payroll for individuals and small businesses. Since 2009, Karen has served as a Director for the California Tax Education Council. Prior to that she served as a Governor’s appointee to the Tax Preparer Advisory Committee for the State of California, Department of Consumer Affairs. Currently Karen serves as Educational Chair of the Central Valley Chapter of California Society of Tax Consultants, Inc. (C.S.T.C.) and Program Chair for the Tuleburg Chapter of American Business Women Association.She is also Past President of the California Society of Tax Consultants, Inc., Past President of the Central Valley Chapter of C.S.T.C. in Modesto California, and Past President of American Business Women’s Associations Tuolumne River and Golden Poppy Chapters. As an instructor for Yosemite Community College District (YCCD), she has taught courses in Practical Bookkeeping, Payroll Accounting, Accounting, Income Tax Preparation, Budgeting, and Small Business Management in Modesto and she also taught courses in Life Skills for youth groups in Columbia, California. Karen is now retired from YCCD.Karen has been an Advisor to Alliance Small Business Development Center and University of California Cooperative Extension. She is also active in several other local and national business and professional organizations.

CPE Information:

Workshop - How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C
4 Federal Law Hours (Topics covering existing tax law)
IRS: 
CTEC: 

Knowledge Level: Intermediate (Basic knowledge helpful) 

Dinner - Round Table Discussion
2 Federal Law Hours (Topics covering existing tax law)
IRS: 
CTEC:

Knowledge Level: Basic (No prior knowledge expected) 

Cost:

Workshop - How to Operate a Business Problem Issues Of Schedule C ONLY
Registration Fee (Member): $40
Registration Fee (Non-Member): $50

Dinner - Round Table Discussion ONLY
Registration Fee (Member): $20
Registration Fee (Non-Member): $30

BOTH WEBINARS
Registration Fee (Member): $50
Registration Fee (Non-Member): $70

Registration:

Please register below:

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy for Meeting Purchase:
Written webinar cancellations will be accepted up to three (3) business days before the course begins for a full refund. Please email your request to [email protected] No refunds will be given if cancellation notice is received later than three (3) business days before the course begins, or for no-show registrants.


This presentation has been designed to meet the requirements of the Return Preparer Office, the California State Board of Accountancy; and the California Tax Education Council including code 31 of Federal Regulations10.6 (g). This does not constitute an endorsement by these groups. A listing of additional requirements to renew tax preparer registration may be obtained by contacting CTEC at P.O. Box 2890, Sacramento, CA. 95812- 2890, or phone CTEC at (877) 850-2832, or on the Internet at www.ctec.org.