2015 Information to be announced at a later date
We offer a number of two-day workshops for up to 16 hours of Continuing Profession Education credits on Federal and State taxes designed to provide updates on the latest tax laws and regulations. These workshops are given in November and December at various locations in Massachusetts. The content changes each year and is based on materials in the current Income Tax Workbook. This workbook, which is completely rewritten each year, is used at similar tax schools throughout the United States. The workshops include 2 hours of ethics and at least 3 hours of federal tax updates. In addition, there are 2 hours devoted to Massachusetts tax updates.
Workshops are offered in cooperation with the Internal Revenue service and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue.
Participants needing to fulfill continuing professional education requirements can obtain CPE credits, as can those who need Massachusetts Division of Insurance credits and CFP® certificants. For 2013, up to 14 hours of federal taxation, including two hours of ethics, two hours of Massachusetts state taxation, 16 hours for CFP® certificants (excluding ethics), and 8 hours for Massachusetts insurers are available.
We also offer a one-day introductory course for 8 hours of CPE credits, see below.
The one-day Introductory Tax Preparation Seminar in basic tax preparation for a professional. Its target audience is tax practitioners with less than two years experience. It also serves as a refresher course for those with more experience who are returning to tax preparation or simply want a thorough revew.
The two-day workshops are intended for Certified Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents, Attorneys and Registered Tax Return Preparers. A typical participant will have had several years’ experience in completing individual, small business and partnership returns and will complete 200 or more returns in a year.
Tax School for Practitioners (two day workshops): REGISTRATION WILL OPEN IN LATE AUGUST OR BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER 2015
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