Kids! Kiddie Tax And College Tuition/Scholarship
With Darryl Lee Brown And Bill Nemeth
When: April 21, 5PM-7PM
Where: Via Zoom
The tax policy of the so-called “kiddie tax” is fundamentally to discourage parents and other related parties from shifting investment income to a dependent child’s lower tax bracket, but the “kiddie tax” has evolved to embrace other scenarios and can be a trap for the uninformed. The course starts with an overview of the tax law pertaining to the “kiddie tax,” and moves to cover the kiddie tax filing requirements and other tax information for older individuals who can be claimed as a dependent their parent’s tax return. Using interactive examples, this course demonstrates how to calculate the tax, including completing the necessary forms to report “kiddie tax” income, as well as planning opportunities for avoiding the tax.
*Please Note, if you have signed up for the MaSEA CE Special, you will be automatically registered for this course during the week of March 28.*
*MaSEA members, please use the email address that was used to create your NAEA membership to ensure that you receive the membership discounted price.*
*NAEA members, please provide your NAEA number when registering or your registration will be cancelled.
About Our Speakers
Darryl Lee Brown
As a former senior manager, with a “big six” public accounting firm, Darryl has a vast array of experience in the area of federal taxation of individuals, small businesses including partnerships and S corporations as well as large public companies (C corporations). As a former college professor, he also has an extensive background teaching, writing, and researching issues pertaining to the same areas of federal tax law including financial reporting and accounting for income taxes.
Bill Nemeth, EA, has been a tax practitioner for over 30 years and an enrolled agent for over 17 years; he currently serves on the NAEA Tax Education Committee and is a trustee of the NAEA Education Foundation. – he serves on the NAEA EF Scholarship Committee. He is Chair of the NAEA Affiliate Council & Executive Director of the GA Assn. of Enrolled Agents; he has been the GAEA Education Chair for over 10 years. He was a contractor for Prometric helping to create and vet the IRS SEE (Special Enrollment Exam – Tax Practitioners must pass this test to meet the requirements to become an EA). He also taught Part 3 of the SEE Exam for Gleim for 3 years. Bill has been a member of the IRS SE Stakeholder Liaison Group for the past 10 years.
Bill has presented virtual webinars for NAEA & eight different NAEA State Affiliates, ASTPS, CPA Academy, Latino Tax Pro, NCPE, TRN, NSA, TaxPracticePro and Tax Mentor. Bill with his bride Merry Brodie practice in the Atlanta Area as Tax Audit Guardian.