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DESCRIPTION:Overview\nPresented by Radian\, this webinar is for those looki
ng for a more condensed\, advanced focus on business tax returns.\nIn this
session you will learn to:\n\n Analyze tax returns from Schedule E Par
t II through the corporate tax return. This includes a review of the K-1s\
, 1065\, 1120s\, 1125\, &\; 1120 forms\n Utilize the FNMA 1084 Cash
Flow Analysis Form to simplify your income calculation\n Understand rec
urring and nonrecurring income and loss\, as well as Ordinary Income vs. D
istributions\n Understand when a liquidity test is needed and how to ca
lculate liquidity using the &ldquo\;Current Ratio&rdquo\; formula as well
as provide other common liquidity ratio approaches\n
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SUMMARY:MPF® University Welcomes Radian: Beyond Schedule C
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X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:**Overview**

\nPresented
by Radian\, this webinar is for those looking for a more condensed\, adva
nced focus on business tax returns.

\nIn this session you will learn
to:

\n\n - Analyze tax returns from Schedule E Part II throug
h the corporate tax return. This includes a review of the K-1s\, 1065\, 11
20s\, 1125\, &\; 1120 forms
\n - Utilize the FNMA 1084 Cash Fl
ow Analysis Form to simplify your income calculation
\n - Underst
and recurring and nonrecurring income and loss\, as well as Ordinary Incom
e vs. Distributions
\n - Understand when a liquidity test is need
ed and how to calculate liquidity using the &ldquo\;Current Ratio&rdquo\;
formula as well as provide other common liquidity ratio approaches
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