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Collapse How to Prepare the Fiduciary Income and Decedent

Do you fully comprehend each line of the fiduciary income and decedent’s final lifetime income tax returns? Although tax forms often look straightforward on their face, pitfalls lie hidden in them for the unwary. Take this opportunity to walk through the Pennsylvania and federal fiduciary income and decedent’s final income tax forms along with their accompanying schedules. You will get plenty of practical advice about how to efficiently prepare error-free returns. Our impressive faculty will lead your through the filled-in returns to explain the significance of each entry.

 

Learn valuable information about

  • Preparing the decedent’s final life period returns
  • How to handle income & deductions in respect of a decedent
  • Net investment income tax
  • Preparing the U.S. Fiduciary Income Tax Return
  • Preparing the PA-41 Fiduciary Income Tax Return
  • Section 645 elections
  • Electronic filing

 

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Formats Available: Video Replay
Original Product Date: October 27, 2017
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

Approved Credit:
  • PA CLE: 4.00 hours Substantive Credits

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    Collapse New, Evolving Law in Pa. about Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Products: Instructing a Jury Post-<em>Lance</em> (podcast w/credit)

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s 2014 decision of Lance v. Wyeth created room for interpretation regarding negligence in marketing of dangerous brand-name prescription drugs.

    Attorneys with prescription and pharmaceutical cases and litigators will further understand the impact of the case and gain insight from a renowned litigator who has focused on complex pharmaceutical products liability and class action defense cases. Some of the questions and points covered in this one-hour course include:

    • In what ways do prescription products differ from products subject to strict liability?
      • Discussion of Restatement (Second) of Torts §402A, comment k (1965) and its applicability to design defect claims
    • Are devices treated the same way as pharmaceuticals?
    • Why isn’t there a duty to warn the patient directly?
      • Discussion of the learned intermediary doctrine
    • The debate about Lance - how did that case change the landscape of pharma/device law and what are the parameters to which it is subject?
    • What does Lance mean by “too harmful to be used by anyone” and how does it affect prescription drugs and devices?

    Recorded during a live webinar in November 2015.

    Formats Available: Podcast
    Original Product Date: November 04, 2015
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • PA CLE: 1 hour Substantive Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO New, Evolving Law in Pa. about Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Products: Instructing a Jury Post-<em>Lance</em> (podcast w/credit)