edu-tax accounting Schedule C (Form 1040) This program provides a deeper knowledge on individual taxation for those who are already familiar with a series 1040 form. It adds some complexity on an individual return preparation by describing income and allowable expenses for the self-employed and independent contractors. It also pays particular attention to subjects as business use of a vehicle, introduces concepts somewhat more complicated like depreciation and amortization, self-employment tax and use of a home for business purposes. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Schedule C (Form 1040)

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Schedule C (Form 1040)

Schedule C (Form 1040)

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This program provides a deeper knowledge on individual taxation for those who are already familiar with a series 1040 form. It adds some complexity on an individual return preparation by describing income and allowable expenses for the self-employed and independent contractors. It also pays particular attention to subjects as business use of a vehicle, introduces concepts somewhat more complicated like depreciation and amortization, self-employment tax and use of a home for business purposes.
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Doral: 2656 NW 97th Ave, Doral, FL 33172

As a result of participating in this program, attendees will be able to understand and explain the following:

The advantages and disadvantages of running a Sole Proprietorship as the simplest form of business from a taxation standpoint.
Relevant aspects to consider when determining whether an activity is carried on for profit or if it may be catalogued as a hobby.
Accounting methods available for the purpose of measuring the business’ performance.
The type of TIN needed to compliantly run the business: SSN or EIN.
The importance of discerning between personal and business expenses.
Sources of income and supporting requirements.
The different items of expense that can be accounted for and a brief explanation of each.
Self-employment tax.
Business use and allocation of a vehicle.
Assets and their depreciation: normal and accelerated. Section 179 expense.
Other asset amortization.
Business use of a home

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