This course explores the concepts of community property and how it is treated when a married couple chooses to file separately and the tax implications associated with that. While there are several states that are community property, we will not focus solely on one but will do a broad overview. Objectives include:
· Discuss community property law
· Review the states that require it
· Discuss the Married Filing Separately and what it means for tax payers
· Review strategies for helping out in community property states and completing
This course qualifies for 2 IRS CE.
IRS Program 7Q3WU-T-00141-20-O
Please note this class is part of a 5 webinar series. You can purchase the entire series for $119 using the link below:
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