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TCJA Taxation of Real Estate Professionals and Passive Losses- Video CourseCode: 20-REPROVID
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2 Hr Video Self-Study
Taxation of real estate professionals and application of the passive loss rules to real estate.
Identify which clients qualify as real estate professionals and how to apply the material participation tests to these clients. Well also cover the special passive activity rules that apply to real estate generally.
1. Identify the types of occupations that typically qualify an individual as a real estate professional.
2. Identify areas that IRS auditors are instructed to review in the case of taxpayers who claim to be real estate professionals.
3. Compute whether a taxpayer meets the 50% and 750-hour tests to be a real estate professional.
4. Identify benefits and drawbacks of electing to aggregate rental activities.
5. Recognize the impact on the net investment income tax of qualifying as a real estate professional.
6. Identify the effects of qualification as a real estate professional on the material participation rules that affect rental properties.
Presentation Method: QAS Self-Study
CPE credit: 2 Hours
Program Level: Update
Advance Preparation: None
Exam expiration date: Participants must submit exams for grading within one year from the date of purchase
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