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MACPA Conference On Medicare Tax On Net Investment Income
Who Should Attend:
Practitioners seeking to increase their knowledge of this important tax computation. Members in business and industry seeking to keep their knowledge current and understand the rules impacting the investment planning for their clients.
Cover the many tax issues that must be resolved to determine the net investment income subject to the 3.8% additional income tax
- Definition of investment income subject to the Medicare surtax
- Application of the tax to individual taxpayers
- Application of the tax to estates and trusts
- Determining deductions usable against investment income
- Investment income from sales of an interest in a partnership or S corporation
- Integration of the §469 passive activity rules with the net investment income rules
- Determining who is subject to the tax
- Comprehensive coverage of the Medicare surtax regulations
- Planning opportunities and potential pitfalls discussed
If you are unable to attend this event in person, a Webinar option is available. Webinars are live, interactive programs and are considered live instructor-lead CPE taken in a location that is convenient for you. They can be accessed from your computer and allow you the flexibility to view the event and ask questions of the speakers. Registrations for the Webinar must be completed via the web by clicking here. If you have any questions on this program feel free to contact the MACPA at 248.267.3700 and ask for the CPE Department.
|Where||Michigan State University Management Education Center 811 W Square Lake Rd, Troy, MI 48098|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 am–11:30 am|
|Price||$169 members $219 non-members|
More About Michigan State University Management Education Center
Located on West Square Lake Road, the Michigan State University Management Education Center has been turning out MBAs since 1975. The property was built and bought for MSU's Broad School of Management by the big three auto companys. It currently offers weekend MBA classes, primarily for those who have jobs and want to earn their MBAs while they work. In 2010, the Broad MBA program was ranked 20th among business schools by BusinessWeek magazine. Those interested must apply directly to Michigan State University Broad School of Management in order to qualify for this program.