We don’t have to tell you that the latest tax season was, shall we say, tumultuous. Between last-minute tax law change and COVID-19 safety practices, it’s been a lot. We know you’re short on time and patience, which is why we created an event to get you the updates you need to do your job and apply updated federal tax code to your clients’ unique situations.
There are Tax Season Updates in 100+ cities throughout the U.S., which means you’ll easily be able to find an event close to you. If you’d prefer, we’re also offering this event virtually, if that’s your preferred learning style. (Premium members can attend the virtual event for free!)
These events, formerly known as our 1040 Updates, are designed to help you understand the complexities of tax law to help you serve your clients with the excellence they deserve. Taught by a team of instructors using hands-on learning tools, this two-day workshop provides detailed, in-depth information on the most recent legislation and IRS updates. You’ll earn 16 CPE by the end.
Each event will include information and analyze provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, and the American Rescue Plan Act, and how these provisions affect your clients. We’ll also teach you to determine the tax treatment of different sources of income, apply inflation-adjusted amounts to 2021 individual returns, and analyze the change in tax rules for certain credits and deductions, including the expanded child tax credit and the third economic impact payment, including plus-up payments.
Plus, you’ll get an on-demand webinar in January covering any last-minute tax law changes, a quick reference desk card, a multi-page tax law quick reference guide with flowcharts, an e-book with handouts from each session and a certificate of completion to proudly display to set yourself apart from your competition.
The first live in-person events begin Oct. 25, 2021, in Lakewood, Colorado; Bay City, Michigan; Memphis, Tennessee; Perrysburg, Ohio; Liverpool, New York; and Bismark, North Dakota; so be sure to register soon!
Information included in this article is accurate as of the publish date. This post is not reflective of tax law changes or IRS guidance that may have occurred after the date of publishing. All taxpayer circumstances are different, and NATP recommends contacting research services if you have specific questions about your clients’ tax situations.