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Has anyone arrived at a fee to prepare the 199A adjustment? If so, I would appreciate you giving me an idea.

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$1 to $10,000 and everywhere in between.  I think the fee will depend on the amount of time spent on the process, the amount of skill involved, and how greedy the preparer is or isn't. 

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$1 to $10,000 and everywhere in between.  I think the fee will depend on the amount of time spent on the process, the amount of skill involved, and how greedy the preparer is or isn't. 

ex-AllStar, ex-Lutefisk taste taster, ex-ACME product tester
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.

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I'm considering adding what I've paid for the CPE classes to the "cost" (my hourly rate X the HOURS of classes I've done) and then dividing it by the number of clients I have who will need the QBID computation.  

I will show that number as an additional line item on my invoices, called "TCJA QBID PITA Fee".

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Learning is all part of the job.  Do you spread your other CPE costs to the remainder of your clients and label it as a Cost to be Competent PITA Fee ? :smile::smile:
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No...but then I already know *everything* except QBID /s
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