Partner Support is sharing a news release issued today by the IRS regarding the opportunity to now access the seminars that were held earlier this summer during the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum. Also included are (4) Spanish language seminars.
The IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online (NTFO) provides information for tax professionals from the speakers at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums. NTFO courses may be taken for continuing education credit (for a fee) or may be audited for free (no credit given for auditing) and no prerequisites are required. The seminars include:
50-minute interactive video of the seminar, synchronized with the PowerPoint presentation.
Downloadable slides and complete transcripts for each seminar.
Note: The news release lists only a sampling of the course titles so be sure to click on the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online link provided to view the entire listing of available NTFO courses.
Online Seminars from 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum Now Available
WASHINGTON — Those who may have missed the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum now have a second chance to view the seminars and earn continuing education credit through the 2022 Nationwide Tax Forums Online.
The online version of the forum consists of 18 new self-study seminars that use interactive videos, PowerPoint slides and transcripts to educate tax professionals. This year, the online version includes four Spanish-language seminars.
The 2022 Nationwide Tax Forums Online includes the following seminars:
IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig’s Keynote Address
Tax Law Changes for Tax Year 2022 — in English and Spanish
Professional Responsibility Obligations (ethics) – in English and Spanish
Tax Treatment of Digital Assets
Tax-Exempt Organizations Update
Emerging Cyber Crimes – in English and Spanish
The Nationwide Tax Forums Online is registered as a qualified sponsor of continuing education with the IRS Return Preparer Office and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. For a fee, CPAs, Enrolled Agents and Annual Filing Season Program participants can earn continuing education credit.
The online forum seminars can also be reviewed for free. Individuals who choose to review (or audit) the seminars will not receive continuing education credit.
In addition to the newly added 2022 seminars, numerous seminars from prior IRS Tax Forums are also available.