2017 Regional Tax Practitioner Meeting In Houston
The Texas Society of Enrolled Agents, the Texas Small Business Development Centers, the National Association of Tax Professionals – Texas and the Internal Revenue Service are offering seven hours of continual education (CE) by attending a one day seminar on Wednesday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Prairie View A&M University, Northwest Houston Center, Room 107, 9449 Grant Road, in Houston, Texas.
Register online at http://www.pvamu.sbdcnetwork.net/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=1112 or call the SBDC at 936-261-9242.
Tax topics to be covered include: Due Diligence, Refundable Credits; Representing Clients; Data Breach: Protect Your Client, Protect Yourself; Third Party Authorizations, Power of Attorney Form 2848 and Form 8821.
IRS speakers from Collection, Exam, Appeals, Criminal Investigation, Taxpayer Advocate Service and the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration will host a panel discussion.
This seminar qualifies for seven hours of CE credit for Enrolled Agents and Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) participants. Other tax professionals may qualify for CE credit depending upon the requirements of their organization. A valid Practitioner Tax Identification Number (PTIN) is required for CE credits. The registration fee is $60, which includes seminar materials, lunch and snacks. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. Seating is limited, please register early.
If you require special accommodations or have any dietary restrictions, please mention it during the registration process. Also, in case of unforeseen circumstances, speakers and topics are subject to change.
Similar seminars are being offered in El Paso, on Aug. 4; Huntsville, on Aug. 10; Amarillo, on Aug. 22; Corpus Christi, on Aug. 29 and Edinburg, on Aug. 31. Specific information on these seminars can be found on IRS.gov, Texas Practitioner Liaison Meeting and Seminars, at https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/texas-practitioner-liaison-meetings-and-seminars.