Virtual Fiduciary Accounting and Tax Issues of Estates and Trusts

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This course is 8.00 credits
Instructor
John Kilroy
Fields of Study
Accounting, Tax
Course Level
Basic
Vendor
Surgent McCoy CPE LLC

Instructor

John Kilroy

John Kilroy is a managing member of iValue Financial Planning LLC, located in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. John engages clients in financial and tax planning, as well as preparing tax returns for individuals, corporations, partnerships, estates, and trusts. John is a CPA and a CFP® practitioner. He is a 1979 graduate of Villanova University with a BS in Accounting. John is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Financial Planning Association (FPA). Within the FPA, John has served as a board member of the Philadelphia Tri-State chapter and on its education and finance committees. John is an adjunct faculty member for the Temple University Certificate of Financial Planning Program. He is a frequent speaker and facilitator on tax and financial planning topics. John has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch.com, and USATODAY.com. He has written for the Journal of Financial Planning, and is a contributor to Retirement Weekly. John has also discussed financial and tax planning issues on various radio outlets.
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Monday, Jun 14, 2021
8:45am – 4:30pm

Fiduciary income tax is a complex blend of state accounting rates and the tax law of Subchapter J. Only by understanding this interaction can the practitioner acquire the skills and knowledge to provide income tax planning for an estate or trust and its beneficiaries, sure to be an important skill in practice in the new income tax environment.

Designed For

All practitioners who wish to learn about the complex and unique accounting issues for estates and trusts

Course Objectives

Distinguish fiduciary accounting income from taxable income and distributable net income Account for distributions for accounting and tax purposes Identify how the fiduciary income tax return differs from individual income tax Understand state law on principal and income

Major Subjects

Review of major legal and tax concepts Concepts of fiduciary accounting: Principal and income The Uniform Principal and Income Act: how specific state laws on principal and income applied to common expenditures and receipts How fiduciary accounting determines the timing and amount of distributions The crucial differences between fiduciary accounting and tax accounting Distinguishing fiduciary accounting income from distributable net income Splitting income between the fiduciary and the beneficiaries: distributable net income How to set up an accounting system for an estate or trust, prepare a judicial accounting, and record-keep for fiduciary accounting How practitioners can handle audits of estates and trusts Various exercises and problems

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