2011 IRS Nationwide TaxForums

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The 2011 IRS Nationwide TaxForum

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Each year the IRS presents a series of forums, workshops, and classes over a 3-day event in cities throughout the continental US.  The IRS Nationwide Tax Forums are held in a variety of cities including Georgia, Florida, Texas, California, Nevada, and the District of Columbia.  Tax professionals should take advantage of early registration (typically no later than two-weeks prior to the scheduled start of the local event) to secure not only a seat in the venues they want to attend but also significant discounts on the registration fees.  Some forums and workshops can offer up to 18 continuing professional education credits (CPE) Circular 230 tax professionals can apply toward annual re-certification requirements.

Tax professional can earn up to 18 continuing education credits for their certification requirements.

There are often additional exhibits and meetings sponsored by both the IRS and other industry participants that offer consultation, products, and services.  If you are a tax professional, there are opportunities to visit and discuss your experiences and possible case studies with more experienced practitioners in the Practitioner Case Resolution Room. These consultation sessions are typically available at to-be-arranged times during these 3-day events.

There are a variety of sources for information about these events.

Visit updated information about the IRS TaxForum events at:

IRS Nationwide Tax Forum Information

YouTube Videos about the 2011 Tax Forum

Emailed questions at TaxForums@irs.gov

 

The current nationwide schedule for the 3-day IRS TaxForum events is as follows:

US City Early Registration Deadline 3-day Forum
Atlanta June 14 June 28-30
Orlando June 28 July 12–14
Dallas July 12 July 26–28
San Jose July 26 August 9–11
Las Vegas August 2 August 16-18
DC area August 16 August 30-September 1

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