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1040 Workshop

Overview

The 1040 Workshop is offered in two formats:

  • Online live-streaming 1-day webinar: Streamed using Zoom platform on February 9, 2021. Attendees have to be continuously present during the webinar to earn CE credits. $235
  • Online self-study: Will be available after February 23, 2021. The content will be based on video recordings of the 1-day online live-streaming seminar, slides, and review questions. To earn CE credit, attendees have to earn 70% on the final exam. $235
Online Livestreaming Webinar

This year the 1040 Workshop will be live-streamed. Please read the detailed information below prior to registering to the webinar.


Streaming Schedule
Event
Dates and Times Description
1040 Workshop February 9, 2021 Morning session (8:30 a.m.-12:10 p.m.)
February 9, 2021 Afternoon session (1 p.m. – 4:40 p.m.)
This webinar will be live- streamed using Zoom platform. Webinar room will be opened 15 minutes prior to starting time.

What is included in registration?
Your registration includes the access link to join the webinar, as well as the 1040 Workshop slide deck (300+ slides).

Access links will be emailed to the email address used in registration one week prior to the event. The webinar will be facilitated using the Zoom platform. High-speed stable internet connection is essential for the best learning experience.

Slide Deliveries
The slide deck will be emailed to the email address provided during registration. We strongly recommend printing the slides for note-taking purposes prior to the webinar. Slides are copyrighted, intellectual property and sharing the slides in any shape or form is prohibited.

Continuing Education Credits
This webinar has been approved by IRS for CE credits with the following program number:

NQ6J1-U-00194-21-O for 8 credits

This webinar has been approved by the Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy for CE credits with the following program number: 21-14 for 8 credits.

Upon completion of the in-person program a certificate of attendance will be emailed to each participant.

Virtual Attendance
Online attendance will be taken every 12 minutes. Please make sure that you respond to the on-screen attendance poll promptly to ensure that you attendance is recorded. We are required to have your answers on file to issue your certificate of attendance and applicable CE credits.

Group viewing is allowed. Each group is required to designate an onsite proctor. The proctor has the responsibility of ensuring all individuals at the site are paying attention to the program and are not engaging in activities unrelated to the live-streaming webinar. In addition, the proctor has to submit the appropriate group viewing attendance form that can be downloaded below. Each group member is required to register to the webinar.

Attendance form

Cancellation and Payment Policy
There are no refunds and credit card is the only accepted form of payment. If you cannot attend the webinar and wish to transfer to the self-study program, please contact us directly at taxinstitute@unl.edu.

Online Self-Study Program

New this year, we are offering an online self-study program based on the recordings of the webinar. This program will be available beginning February 23, 2021. Please read the detailed information below prior to registering to the self-study session.


What is included in registration?
Your registration includes access to the online content, as well as the 1040 Workshop slide deck (300+ slides).

Online Content Overview
Online content is hosted on canvas.instructure.com. After registration, participants will receive an invitation email to setup login credentials for the course. Participants of the online self-study can access the material at their own pace. Self-study materials contain video clips that are professionally edited, review questions (3 questions for each CEU) and presentation slides.

In order to earn continuing education (CE) credits, a self-study participant has to earn 70% on the final test per IRS requirements. Although there is no limit for the number of attempts to take the final test, no feedback will be provided to the participant on the final test identifying which questions are answered correctly or incorrectly. Nebraska Tax Institute will monitor the progress of the participants and issue appropriate CE credits. Final exams need to be successfully completed prior to December 31st, 2021 to earn CE credits.

Continuing Education Credits
This webinar has been approved by IRS for CE credits with the following program number:

NQ6J1-U-00194-21-S for 8 credits

This webinar has been approved by the Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy for CE credits with the following program number: 21-14 for 8 credits.

Upon completion of the self-study program a certificate of attendance will be emailed to each participant.

Cancellation and Payment Policy
There is no refund and credit card is the only accepted form of payment.

Topics

• Introduction of Federal Tax Form 1040
• Filing Status/Dependents/Exemptions yes-or no
• Income – Taxable or Non-taxable?
• Deductions – To be or not to be?
• Schedule A and B
• Schedule C and Schedule F
• Schedule E
• Earned Income Credit
• Depreciation overview and Sales of Business Assets
• Capital Gains and Casualty Losses

Experts and Partners


Guido van der HoevenGuido van der Hoeven, EA
Guido van der Hoeven serves as the chief editor of the Land Grant Agriculture book published yearly by the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation. He recently retired from the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at North Carolina State University where he provided resources and program leadership in the areas of taxation, intergenerational transfers, estate planning, and farm management. Prior to his retirement, he was the director of the University of North Carolina Income Tax Schools. He has testified before the United States Congress Committee on Agriculture, where he addressed the impact of Tax Code changes on the agriculture industry. Guido, as a tax professional and as a speaker, places a premium on clarity and precision – with an occasion dash of humor.


FAQ

What is the easiest way to reach the Tax Institute?
Please email us at taxinstitute@unl.edu or call us at 402-472-4357.

When will I receive my Certificate of Attendance for CPE/CEU/MCLE purposes?
Every effort will be made to issue Certificates of Attendance in a timely manner. In most cases, certificates are emailed within one week of the seminar or within one week after successfully completing the final test (self-study). We will email certificates to the email address you provided during registration.

If we receive a rejection from your Professional Licensing Organization that you do not exist, we will notify you by email.

Will you send out an email reminder?
You will receive an email notification several days before the event to the email address used for your registration.

What is the scope of purpose of tax seminars?
Instruction materials, discussions, and written materials utilized are for continued professional education purposes only and are not intended to be legal, accounting, tax, payroll, investment or other professional advice.

Is recording/sharing allowed?
Entire course content is copyrighted intellectual property. Sharing of the content in any shape or form is prohibited.

Contact

Tax Institute
taxinstitute@unl.edu
P.O. Box 880467
Lincoln, NE 68588-0467
402-472-4333


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