Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US has introduced a self-study e-learning program on the Internal Revenue Service’s tangible property repair regulations that comes with continuing professional education credits and a certificate of completion.
The CCH Tangible Property Regulations Certificate Program provides instruction on the so-called repair regs, with on-demand video courses presented by Eric P. Wallace, CPA. The courses include visuals, detailed outlines and appendices, along with examples of real-world examples and analyses of the actual situations. Each CPE course includes study questions and a final exam. Up to 35 CPE credits are available upon completion. Learners will also earn a certificate of educational achievement upon successful completion of the program certification exam on tangible property repairs.
“We heard a lot of feedback from our customers about the need for greater understanding of new TPRs to quickly serve business clients,” said Wendy Becker, Director of Learning for Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US, in a statement. “The new TPR Certificate Program delivers a clear, easy-to-understand multimedia training program for learning how updated TPRs impact businesses. Users are able to work at their own pace and even complete program sections via mobile devices to earn a certificate and valuable CPE.”
The repair regs affect many businesses that have fixed assets, depreciable property, repairs and maintenance expenses. They can also be extremely complicated and will require most businesses to file at least one Form 3115 to make appropriate changes in order to comply with the new rules.
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