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Everything You Want to Know About the EA Exam 2014

March 28, 2014
 All  About the EA Exam

The REPLAY of the 2014 webinar is coming! Becoming a knowledgeable tax professional isn’t easy. It takes a lot of dedication, math skills, and the flexibility to keep up with the myriad of tax law changes that take place each year. But it can be done. And TaxMama’s EA Exam Review Course is the best way […]

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Webinar: Reconciling the 1099-K and 1099 MISC

February 15, 2013
tax forms here

This year, people in business or selling on eBay will be getting 1099s from both their banks (or PayPal) and their customers. Often, those 1099s will overlap, telling the IRS that you received much more money than you really earned. There is a trick to reporting these 1099s that will help you avoid audit, while […]

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Care and Feeding of your PTIN Series – Session 3 – The Responsibilities, Rights, & Privileges of an RTRP

December 6, 2012

Registered Tax Return Preparers (RTRP) are facing an array of rules and regulations. While some people say they are not getting information about their obligations; others say there is too much information. It can be hard to get straight answers. Our goal is to provide you with a clear understanding of your new responsibilities and […]

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Care and Feeding of your PTIN Series – Session 2 – The RTRP Exam

November 15, 2012
IRS approved continuing education provider

The IRS established new regulations for tax professionals recently. After nearly 100 years without any form of tax preparer licensing or overview, it’s time for tax preparers to exhibit that they have a fundamental understanding of tax law, tax preparation and ethical standards. Now there is a new exam that ALL otherwise uncredentialed tax preparers […]

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Care and Feeding of your PTIN Series – Session 1 – Maintaining Your RTRP

November 5, 2012
care and feeding of your PTIN

NOTE: All regulations re:RTRPs have been suspended – these rules no longer apply. The IRS established new regulations for tax professionals recently. After nearly 100 years without any form of tax preparer licensing or overview, it’s time for tax preparers to exhibit that they have a fundamental understanding of tax law, tax preparation and ethical […]

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VCSP – Voluntary Classification Settlement Program for Employers – Replay

July 17, 2012
if it quacks like a duck

Clarification of the Voluntary Classification Settlement Program for Employers (VCSP). The discussion is based on the information in this Report. Agenda – July 16, 2012 What is the VCSP? What is the deadline? Which employers qualify? What benefits do you get? What are the penalties if you don’t participate, but you get caught? What are […]

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Closing the Books: An Accountants Guide – 15 CPE hrs – only $99

February 7, 2012

Closing the Books: An Accountants Guide – 15 CPE hrs – only $99 Closing the Books: An Accountant’s Guide demonstrates how the accounting systems summarize information into financial statements, how to close the books efficiently, how to construct financial statements, and the controls and record keeping systems needed to close the books. Earn 15 CPE […]

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Taxpayer Representation, Tax Prep/Practice Management, SEE Review

June 10, 2011

  [TaxMama Recommendation - you will find THE best, in-depth training for taxpayer representation at NTPI. And if you want a quick, in-person, EA Exam Review course - take this one. Enjoy the NAEA conference! ] Taxpayer Representation, Tax Prep/Practice Management, SEE Review — all at the 2011 NAEA National Conference! NAEA earned its reputation for […]

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IRS Free CPE Courses Coming up

May 13, 2011

Courtesy of IRS The Examination Process for Employment Tax Returns The June 22 IRS Live broadcast will cover the employment tax examination process, taxpayer rights, settlement agreements and payment options. ewers will learn from IRS and industry experts what to expect from an employment tax examination including information about: Examination process Statute of limitations Examination […]

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Everything You Wanted to Know About the IRS EA Exam

April 22, 2011

This time of year, everyone has lots of questions about the IRS Special Enrollment Examination.  That’s why I hold a session – and record it – to explain the most important aspects of the Exam, and what you need to know if you’re going to be studying to become an Enrolled Agent.   If you missed […]

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