Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars Offers Continuing Education for Tax Professionals.

Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars is helping tax professionals stay up to date with the latest industry developments through seminars, webinars, and other resources, including newsletters. The online registration for the next event has commenced.

Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars has been providing tax education, seminars, and resources to tax professionals since 1979. The company aims to provide participants with all the practical information they need for their daily client practice. By offering a thoroughly vetted and developed curriculum with a hands-on approach, participants can be sure of their knowledge’s theoretical and practical applications.

In line with its goal, Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars is hosting yet another income tax education event where participants will brush up their industry knowledge and be brought up to speed with the latest developments and how they affect their clients.

Participants can choose to attend one, two, or three seminars or webinars with ticket options as follows: $300 for any one-day pass, $450 for any two-day participation, and $580 for full access to the program.

Distinguished by the expertise of seasoned income tax professionals such as Jim Hockenberry, EA and Steve O’Rourke, EA, the seminar boasts an impressive lineup of facilitators. Participants have the opportunity to engage in webinars and live sessions hosted by these experts to enhance their knowledge and stay updated in the field.

The Business Issues Update and Review seminar exclusively covers the retirement plan provisions within the SECURE 2.0 Act and how the new legislation impacts business owners for 2023 and beyond. The facilitators will also touch on other new developments, including the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), which requires most companies to report specific information relating to business entities and individuals to the Treasury Department.

No prerequisites are required to attend, and participants can earn CE credits, including IRS 8 CE Hours (comprising 1 Hour Federal Tax Law Update and 7 Hours Federal Tax Review), NASBA 8 CPE Credit Hours (with a focus on Taxes), CFP 8 Credit Hours for both Classroom and Live-Stream webinars, as well as Wisconsin Insurance 8 Credit Hours and Wisconsin Attorneys 8 CLE Hours (Approval pending).

Interested professionals can also join in on the “Part 1 Update and Review” seminar, which covers explanations of the new rules for catch up contributions, a summary of the new increased age for mandatory RMDs, the expended list of exceptions to the 10% early withdrawal penalty, the new federal government matching fund program for low and middle-income taxpayers, and more. This seminar requires no prerequisites and offers valuable CE credits, including IRS 8 CE Hours (comprising 2 Hours Federal Tax Law Update, 5 Hours Federal Tax Review, and 1 Hour of Ethics), NASBA 8 Hours (with a focus on Taxes and 1 credit of Regulatory Ethics), CFP 8 Credit Hours for both Classroom and Live-Stream webinars, as well as Wisconsin Insurance 8 Credit Hours (including 1 credit of Ethics) and Wisconsin Attorneys 8 CLE Hours (Approval pending).

The “Part 2 Update and Review” seminar covers an in-depth discussion of any recently passed tax bills in late 2023 and any additional guidance issued by the IRS that could impact the 2023 income tax returns. Moreover, it provides valuable tax planning insights tailored to participants’ clients. No prerequisites are required to attend, and participants can earn CE credits, including IRS 8 CE Hours (comprising 2 Hours Federal Tax Law Update, 5 Hours Federal Tax Review, and 1 Hour of Ethics), NASBA 8 Credit Hours (with a focus on Taxes and 1 credit of Regulatory Ethics), CFP 8 Credit Hours for both Classroom and Live-Stream webinars, Wisconsin Insurance 8 Hours (including 1 credit of Ethics), and Wisconsin Attorneys 8 CLE Hours (Approval pending).

These seminars cater to all tax professionals, with over 98% of attendees being tax experts. Tax professionals, including AFSPs and EA, seeking CE credits from the IRS or CPAs needing CPE credits approved by NASBA, can benefit from these seminars and gain valuable insights and credits to enhance their expertise and meet their continuing education requirements.

Interested professionals can interact with Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars to learn more about the continuing education (CE) credits. Contact Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars via phone at (920) 983-3464 or visit their website for more information. Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars is headquartered at 115 S Broadway, De Pere, Wisconsin, 54115, US.

Media Contact

Company Name
Back to Basics Income Tax Seminars
Contact Name
James Hockenberry
Phone
(920) 983-3464
Address
115 S Broadway
City
De Pere
State
Wisconsin
Postal Code
54115
Country
United States
Website
https://www.btb.tax/

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