Total Credits: 4.4 including 2 Taxes - Technical, 1 Accounting - Technical, 1 Auditing - Technical, 2.2 Accounting & Auditing, 2.2 Taxes - Technical
This program will explain the new rules for deducting travel, meals and entertainment expenses and the TCJA disallowance of business entertainment expenses, as well as the most recent regulations issued March, 2020. Documentation requirements and planning opportunities related to travel, entertainment, and automobile expenses will also be addressed.
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· Gain insight on the "big picture" in this complex area
· Distinguish the rules of determining travel and entertainment expenses
· Know what to do and when to do it
· Recent tax legislation, rules and developments impacting travel and meals expense reporting
· Adequate accounting rules for reimbursements, including accountable plans, going paperless, reimbursement for non-deductible expense
· Reporting travel expenses: travel status, simplified per die
· Meals and entertainment: "directly related to" and associated with" tests; facility vs. activity expenses; TCJA elimination of most entertainment expenses; 9 exceptions to Section 274
· Business meals: IRS Notice 2018-76
· 2020 mileage and per diem rates
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Doug Van Der Aa, CPA, JD, is a lively and energetic speaker on the subject of taxes and ethics, and has extensive experience in leading discussions for conferences, seminars and webinars. He is a highly rated speaker and seminar leader for state CPA societies and other organizations throughout the country.
Van Der Aa has more than 25 years of experience, including tax practice in CPA firms and the practice of transactional business and real estate law as an attorney. His practice concentrated on the tax needs of closely held businesses, with their related pass-through entities, complex individual returns, estates and trusts.
Van Der Aa taught for 10 years as an adjunct instructor and for one year as assistant professor of accounting and taxation for Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business, where he taught in both the undergraduate and MST programs.
Doug Van Der Aa, CPA, JD
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