Thursday, March 14, 2013
Presented by: James R. Hamill, CPA, Ph.D.
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Handle the Complexities of Partnership Distributions and Basis Adjustments
Presented by nationally recognized tax practitioner, instructor and commentator, James Hamill, CPA, Ph.D., this two-hour online CPE seminar is designed for personnel with responsibility for reviewing partnership and LLC tax returns and planning for partnership tax entities. This program provides an in-depth analysis of special problems that arise when partnership property is distributed, including the effects of the Section 754 election on both transfers of interests and distributions of property. Dr. Hamill will discuss the basis distribution rules, how to determine when distributions may accelerate partnership Section 704(c) gain, partnership Section 754 elections, and more.
All professionals involved with partnership and LLC tax compliance and planning matters will benefit from this insightful seminar. The course presentation time will include opportunities for you to ask questions directly to Dr. Hamill via email.
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Earn CPE Credit
About the Speaker
James R. Hamill, CPA, Ph.D.
Dr. Hamill is the Director of Tax Practice at Reynolds, Hix & Co., P.A., in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is the author of more than 30 CPE courses and more than 100 articles in professional tax journals and writes a weekly column on tax issues for the Albuquerque Journal. He has lectured on structuring tax transactions throughout the country for international CPA firms, State CPA Societies, and numerous other organizations. He has developed and instructed webinars on a variety of tax topics over the past 10 years. He is a CPA in New Mexico, a past Chair of the New Mexico Society of CPAs and has 30 years of experience in tax practice.
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