Tuesday, April 11, 2017 | 10 a.m. to Noon | CNY Philanthropy Center | Second Floor Ballroom | 431 E. Fayette St. | Syracuse, NY 13202 | 2.0 MCLE credits (Professional Practice) | COST: $40 Member, $60 Non-Member, $20 Paralegal, FREE Lifetime/Agency/Student | Under NYS rules this CLE has been approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys | Tuition waivers available
Join us for this informative CLE where you’ll reinforce your knowledge of how to apply current income tax rules relating to which parent can claim which child for which tax benefit.
Syracuse University College of Law Professor Robert G. Nassau describes how the tax burden may be split by parents.
Professor Nassau covers the following topics:
- Child-based benefits
- Head of Household
- Child Tax Credit
- Dependent Care Credit
- Earned Income Tax Credit
- Qualifying Child
- Tie-Breaker Rules
- Which child-based benefits can be transferred
- Pre-2009 Rules
- Post-2008 Rules
- And more on Form 8332
Taxes are stressful enough, give your clients relief when you offer them the most up-to-date options when it comes to filing income taxes upon a separation or divorce.
Bookings are closed for this event.