IRS Medical, Charitable & Casualty

IRS Medical, Charitable & Casualty
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Price: $29.99
Credits: 2.0
Prerequisite: None
Level: Overview
Model: YJ2ER-T-00318-24-S
Author: Danny Santucci
Average Rating: Not Rated
Fields of study: Taxes
Format: PDF

This course is specifically for Enrolled Agents that need to report to the IRS.

We may all confront issues that directly impact how much we can deduct. This course is designed for participants who want to explore and examine the tax consequences of medical costs, charitable contributions, and casualty and theft losses, especially in relation to their deductibility. The emphasis is examining a wide variety of situations related to these items and the extent to which they may or may not result in a deduction and what limitations on deductibility may be imposed.

Learning Assignment & Objectives

As a result of studying the assigned materials, you should be able to meet the objectives listed below.


At the start of the materials, participants should identify the following topics for study:

  • Deductions for medical costs
  • Health Savings Accounts
  • Health insurance for the self-employed
  • Limitations on charitable contributions
  • Contributions of cash
  • Contributions of property
  • Contributions of services
  • Substantiation
  • Casualty and theft losses
  • Disaster area losses
  • Losses on Deposits

Learning Objectives

After reading the chapter, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the various deductions related to medical costs by
    Differentiating between deductible and nondeductible items and distinguishing between the types of deductions for dependents; and
    Describing the basic characteristics of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) pointing out the tax consequences of withdrawals from HSAs and explaining health insurance for the self-employed.
  2. Outline charitable contribution provisions, identify how contributions of cash, property, and services affect deductibility of contributions of the different types of charitable contributions, and list the various requirements related to substantiation.     
  3. Differentiate between casualty losses, theft losses, and losses on deposits and discuss the issues related to the deductibility of these losses.

Revision Date: 3/19/2024

Additional Contents : Complete, no additional material needed
Advance Preparation : None
Intended Participants :
Any CPA looking to maintain or enhance their professional competence

Course Declaration : Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase. A minimum passing grade of 70% or better is required to receive CPE
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