Taxation for Short Term Rentals
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This course is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the taxation of short-term rentals. By the end of the course, you will be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to accurately calculate and report the tax liabilities associated with short-term rentals.
Overall, this course is ideal for property owners, accountants, tax preparers, and anyone else who is involved in short-term rental businesses or tax reporting. Whether you are new to the industry or have years of experience, this course will provide you with valuable insights and practical tips to help you navigate the complex world of short-term rental taxation.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
•Describe tax-free short-term rentals
•Calculate personal use days and rental days
•Identify and pro-rate short-term rental deductions
•Employ the 3 safe harbors for repair deductions
•Recognize not-for-profit rentals
NASBA CE: 2.0 Hours Federal Tax Law
IRS: 2.0 Hours Federal Tax Law
CTEC CE: 2.0 Hours Federal Tax Law
ACAT CE: 2.0 Hours Federal Tax Law
NSA Webinar Program Level: Basic
Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
No refunds or exchanges for cancellations. For more information regarding refund, complaint and/or program cancellation policies, please contact NSA toll-free at 800-966-6679.
NSA is approved by NASBA, the IRS, ACAT, and CTEC as a provider of continuing professional education.
Amy M. Wall, EA, MBA
Amy M. Wall, EA, MBA, is recently retired from her private tax practice in Tucson, Arizona, where she worked with individuals, small businesses and S Corporations. Amy now spends her time teaching and writing on taxation. She teaches for several continuing education providers and has been published in a number of tax journals, including NATP’s Tax Pro Journal and Wolters Kluwer Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure. She is the author of Virtual Tax: the taxation of Cryptocurrency; Income Taxes for Real Estate Agents; Divorce and Taxes, and The Parish, a work of fiction about a tax preparer whose nighttime clients aren’t quite what they seem.