2017 Nationwide Tax Forum Seminars available for CPE Credit

November 17, 2017

If you did not attend the 2017 Nationwide Tax Forums this year, it's not too late to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits. There are 17 interactive, self-study courses now available for view at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online site, including downloadable PowerPoint slides and transcripts for each seminar.

Certain courses may be viewed at no cost, allowing you to obtain pertinent information about a wide variety of tax topics and IRS procedures. Topics for this year include 2017 income tax law changes, progress in identity theft issues, business use of home, advanced rental real estate issues, and Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) changes.  Other topics include working with collection and examination appeals, keeping up with due diligence requirements, a TAS seminar on Advocating for your Client in Issues flowing from the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), and much more.

In addition to the recently added seminars, the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online site offers many other seminars from prior-year tax forums. The 2016 TAS seminar on Advocating for your Client Using the Taxpayer Bill of Rights is available for viewing. Also, check out these two Seminars from 2015 Tax Forums presented by Taxpayer Advocate Service:

For more information, visit www.irstaxforumsonline.com.