IRS Launches Online Tax Policy Training Seminar Series
WASHINGTON – The Internal Revenue Service announced today that 18 new self-study seminars are available through the IRS National Tax Forums Online.
Tax professionals – CPAs, registered agents, annual production season program participants, and others – can earn continuing education for $ 29 per credit.
The new seminars were recorded in July and August during the IRS National Tax Forum 2021.
List of 2021 National Tax Forums Online Courses
- Advocacy for taxpayers to avoid abusive tax regimes
- Be Tax Prepared – Understanding the Due Diligence Rules and the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
- Update on Charities and Tax Exempt Organizations
- Take a closer look at the IRS independent appeals office
- Collection flexibility during difficult economic times
- Common issues presented to RPO and best practices for resolving them
- Determination of the tax residence status of an individual
- E-Services and you
- Concert economics
- Help you and your customers avoid fraud and scams
- Main application issues
- Keynote speech
- Keys to Mastering Due Diligence Requirements and What to Expect During a Due Diligence Audit
- Overview of the civil rights of taxpayers
- Professional liability obligations when practicing before the IRS: OPR and Circular 230
- Pension Plans – IRS Compliance Initiatives
- Changes in tax law from the point of view of forms
- Virtual currency
These 18 courses are now available in addition to the 37 sessions from previous years which are also available for credit.
Information on continuing education credits
The Nationwide Tax Forums Online is a qualified continuing education sponsor registered with the IRS Office of Tax Preparers (RPO) and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
To obtain credit, tax professionals must create an account, answer review questions throughout the seminar, and pass a short test.
The online seminars can be viewed free of charge. Those who choose this option will not have access to the review questions or the final exam and will not receive credit.
For more information visit IRS National Tax Forums Online.