2021 Maryland-IRS AFSP CE 19 hour - Small Business & Depreciation
Our 19 hour tax course contains 2 hours of ethics, 3 hours of updates, 4 hours of Maryland state tax law, and 10 hours of federal tax law. Our 10-Hour federal tax law class covers small business tax and depreciation including proper completion of Schedule C, business income and expenses, and depreciation - IRS Form 4562. The tax class also covers additional tax topics such as abusive tax schemes and frivolous tax returns (IRS Course #JK8E2-T-00128-20-S) and provides ten hours of CE credit. Platinum's 3-Hour federal tax updates class covers personal tax updates. Topics include fundamental inflationary changes that will be used to prepare tax returns (IRS course # JK8E2-U-00124-20-S) and provides three hours of Continuing Education (CE) credit. Platinum's 2-Hour ethics tax class covers ethical issues including practices and procedures involving the possession of tax records, understanding how to properly disclose fees charged for the preparation of taxes and understanding the definitions of when a tax practitioner is acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner (#JK8E2-E-00125-20-S) and provides two hours of CE credit. The first three combined classes will meet the 15-Hour IRS requirement for the minimum number of CE credit hours in order to participate in the Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP). Platinum's 4-Hour Maryland state tax course, per the Maryland Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation requirements, covers the Maryland personal tax return and provides an additional four hours of Maryland CE credit completing the 19 hours of CE.