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About this course

In this course, we will learn about the numerous inflation-adjusted items that impact various provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Regulations. This course will discuss the inflation adjusted-items, as presented in the selected Revenue Procedure (i.e., Rev. Proc.) and Notice pronouncement. For the purposes of determining the annual increases to the inflation-adjusted items, course participants will have the ability to compare the current and prior year amounts.

Field of Study: Taxes

What you will learn?
Learn about the inflation-adjusted items which impact various provisions of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) in tax year 2022.
Learn about the cost-of-living adjustments in tax year 2022 which affect the dollar limitations for retirement plan contributions.
Learn about the inflation-adjusted Social Security Wage base in tax year 2022 which impacts the determination of Social Security Taxes.
Learn about the special charitable contribution deduction.
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1 hour on-demand video
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Certificate of completion
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Intermediate level
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    Prerequisites
  • Basic tax knowledge
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No preparation required
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1 year access

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2 Quiz
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1 Video
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schedule
1 hours
Guide
Section 1. 2022 Federal Income Tax Changes-Part1
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2022 Federal Income Tax Changes
50m 9s
Review Questions
3 questions
Section 2. Final Exam-Part1
Final Exam
5 questions
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Shaun James has approximately 20 years of experience in public accounting and federal government. His professional experience primarily includes interpreting financial accounting standards under U.S. GAAP and applying federal income tax rules for partnerships, S corporations and individuals. Shaun is currently employed at the IRS as a Subject Matter Expert in LB&I’s Methods of Accounting and Timing Practice Network. Shaun also worked as an adjunct instructor teaching federal income tax and accounting courses at Baruch College, City University of New York. Shaun James is a New York State licensed Certified Public Accountant. He earned a bachelors degree in accounting from Susquehanna University and obtained a Masters in tax from St. John’s University. In my spare time, I like to follow the financial markets, read mental health books, watch sports and engage in physical activity. See LinkedIn profile for more details.