Presenter: Tim Harrington, CPA, TEAM Resources
Date: Thursday, February 16, 2012
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 pm Central
Don't Miss Part 2! This program is the first of two in a series. Watch for "Understanding Borrowers' Tax Returns, Part 2: Income from Rentals, Royalties, Partnerships, S Corps & Farms" on Tuesday, March 13, 2012.
It’s a tough lending environment. Understanding the true cash flow of borrowers is as important today as it has ever been. This webinar will help take the mystery out of borrowers’ personal income tax returns. No more guessing how much income your borrower is really earning. Learn how to identify actual cash flow quickly and reliably.
Usually cash flow and taxable income are different. You can’t afford to rely on any income that is not actually being received. Nor can you afford to deny loans to borrowers who earn more than their tax returns show. Overestimating the income from a tax return can lead you to approve a weak loan that could eventually cost you tens of thousands of dollars. Underestimating income on a tax return can lead you to deny good loans that you need in this tough market. This session will make the process of analyzing personal income tax returns simple and understandable.
What You Will Learn
Who Should Sign Up?
This informative session is designed for anyone in the lending area including chief lending officers, member service representatives, new accounts personnel, loan officers, loan underwriters, credit analysts, loan processors, branch managers, CEOs, and other key lending staff.
About the Presenter:
Tim Harrington is a Certified Public Accountant. Since 1992, he has taught lending personnel how to obtain monthly income from tax returns. Since 1996, Tim has been President of TEAM Resources, a firm which provides consulting, strategic planning, and training from coast-to-coast.
As a faculty member of two CUNA schools on finance and tax, Tim has consulted with, and provided training for, hundreds of financial institutions. In addition, he is the author of the popular lending software “Lenders Tax Analyzer.”