Every year, the Internal Revenue Service hosts the Nationwide Tax Forum, providing tax professionals the opportunity to learn more about topics like tax law and cybersecurity. Unfortunately, the registration window for this year’s event is about to close.
According to the IRS, “Thursday, July 14, is the last day for tax professionals to register to attend the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum and have access to all 32 webinars—including a keynote address by IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig, updates on tax law, cybersecurity, practitioner ethics and more.”
Like recent Nationwide Tax Forum, this year’s event is virtual, spanning five weeks from July 19 through August 18—with livestreamed webinars held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Registering three business days in advance is required for guaranteed access to any seminar, so those who register after July 14 won’t have access to the full lineup.
To help plan your experience, check out the event schedule and course descriptions. To register and to find more information visit the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum webpage.
Join an IRS Focus Group
With your registration to the Nationwide Tax Forum, you can take part in one or more virtual IRS focus groups. Topics examined by these focus groups include:
- Improving the Taxpayer Experience and IRS Services
- Improving the Taxpayer Experience and IRS Outreach
- Tax Pro Account and Business Online Account
- Digital Asset Transactions
- Tax Treatment of Retirement Distributions
- Affordable Care Act Forms
- IRS Online Accounts
- Responding to IRS Correspondence Audit Notices
- Taxpayer civil rights: Are your clients receiving the services they need?
- Online tools and resources for refundable credits: The past, the present, and the future
There will also be demonstrations of IRS online accounts for tax pros and individual taxpayers provided by the IRS Office of Online Services.
Earn continuing education credits
If you are an enrolled agent, certified public accountant, Annual Filing Season Program participant, California Tax Education Council (CTEC) participant, or Certified Financial Planner (CFP), you can get continuing education credits by attending any of the Nationwide Tax Forum webinars. Participants can earn up to 28 CE credits and four seminars in this year’s lineup are being offered in both English and Spanish.
For more information, visit the CE and CFP Certification page on the IRS website.
Important: The IRS notes that attorneys should check with their state bar to see if participating in the Nationwide Tax Forum qualifies for continuing legal education credit.
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Go to IRS Nationwide Tax Forum to register or to get more information.
Source: IRS Nationwide Tax Forum kicks off July 19