Tax Compliance and Planning for Gig Workers

$69.00

The gig economy has become a significant source of employment in the United States. This two-part course intends to provide an overview of income tax implications for the gig economy.

  • Part I, Tax Issues Associated with the Gig Economy, starts with an introduction to the trends and development of the gig economy, followed by detailed discussions on tax issues associated with the gig economy.
  • Part II, Tax Compliance and Planning for Gig Workers, provides details on tax compliance issues and a variety of tax planning strategies applicable to gig workers.
Impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) on various issues are also discussed throughout the course.

Course Instructors

Susie (Qi) Duong, PhD

<p>Dr. Duong is an Accounting Subject Matter Expert for Becker Professional Education. Her professional background includes working in academia as well as in the accounting industry. She started her career working for EY as a senior associate focusing on interim, final and IPO audit of corporations in non-financial sectors such as manufacturing, utility, transportation, construction, services and so on. When working in academia, she taught both undergraduate-level and graduate-level accounting courses including Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting and Financial Valuation at the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and National University of Singapore. Her academic research focuses on financial reporting issues in the banking industry and the use of accounting information in small business lending and debt contracting. Dr. Duong also owns a firm that provides tax compliance, research and consulting services. She holds a PhD in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an M.Phil (Master of Philosophy) in Accounting from the University of Hong Kong and a BA in Accounting from Fudan University. She is also a CPA, CMA, CIA and an EA.</p>

Tax Compliance and Planning for Gig Workers

$69.00

The gig economy has become a significant source of employment in the United States. This two-part course intends to provide an overview of income tax implications for the gig economy.

  • Part I, Tax Issues Associated with the Gig Economy, starts with an introduction to the trends and development of the gig economy, followed by detailed discussions on tax issues associated with the gig economy.
  • Part II, Tax Compliance and Planning for Gig Workers, provides details on tax compliance issues and a variety of tax planning strategies applicable to gig workers.
Impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) on various issues are also discussed throughout the course.

National Registry of CPE Sponsors

A Becker Professional Education is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org

Becker Professional Education Sponsor I.D. Numbers NASBA: 107294, New York: 002087, New Jersey: 20CE00226700, Texas: 009580, Ohio: CPE.186, Illinois 158.002405, Pennsylvania: PX177823