Category Archives: *Education

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

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 […]

Taxpayer Representation, Tax Prep/Practice Management, SEE Review

  [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 […]

IRS Free CPE Courses Coming up

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 […]

Everything You Wanted to Know About the IRS EA Exam

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 […]

IRS CPE Opportunities in April

Phone Forums – Employee Plans   Free phone forums featuring IRS employees discussing retirement plan topics. Funding Standards and Relief for Single and Multiemployer Plans – April 28, 2011  –  2:00 p.m. EST Funding standards applicable to single and multiemployer pension plans will be discussed in an hour-long update presented by Adrien LaBombarde and Tonya […]

March IRS Live Webinar Focuses on Requirements for Federal Tax Return Preparers

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service’s next IRS Live webinar, “Requirements for Federal Tax Return Preparers” is Wednesday, March 30, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time. The program will include current information on early program accomplishments, Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN) guidelines, plans for upcoming competency testing and continuing education, background checks and electronic filing requirements.

Are you Ready for Tax Season?

Will you be able to identify the tax issues and provisions that may impact your clients’ tax returns? Make sure you understand all the key tax changes effective in 2010 by attending this highly-rated Federal Tax Update webcast series from CPE Link. Delivered in four 4-hour sessions, this highly entertaining program will be team taught […]

New Federal Regulation Affects Tax Resolution, Tax Negotiation and Tax

Complimentary Webinar Who should attend: All tax professionals who prepare amended return, work with tax audits, or audit reconsiderations, tax debt reduction or re-negotiation. Why: There are HUGE penalties in this law for those involved in tax debt reduction who collect fees from clients in advance – as in, retainers. You must learn the new […]

Qualifying Daughter

Today TaxMama hears from Laura in the TaxQuips Forum, with these two common issues.  “(1) My daughter turned 24 in December of 2009.  During the entire 12 months of 2009 she attended school full-time; did not work; earned 0 income; and will not be filing a tax return. She lived at home and we provided […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 566 – All about Education

Dear Family, We were at the IRS Tax Forums last week. You can read all about our experiences in this week’s IRS News. There will be more information next week, as I have time to keep writing. It will just pour out as I sit at the keyboard. The fun part was meeting so many […]

A Trip to the IRS Tax Forums, Page 2

Problem Resolution and Focus Groups Problem Resolution had a facility at the Tax Forum. One of my friends brought a case file with her (and power of attorney forms, etc.). When picking up her registration packet on Monday, she was given a form to fill out with the specifics of her case (and a copy […]