• The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes six hours of the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course with comprehensive test (IRS course #JK8E2-A-00108-18-S), ten hours of federal tax law (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00096-18-S), and two hours of ethics (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00094-18-S), per the required IRS guidelines. The IRS CE 18 hour tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax Course #1 covers the personal income tax return, form 1040. Topics include non-business income, adjustments to income, credits and tax payments, and provides ten hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #2 covers ethical issues for the tax practitioner. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #3 is the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course and covers IRS required subjects divided into three domains. Domain 1: New Tax Law and Recent Updates. Domain 2: General Review. Domain 3: Ethics, Practices and Procedures. The three combined courses will meet the IRS requirement for the number of CE credit hours for the AFSP Record of Completion. The course includes the required and timed AFTR Course comprehensive test, which is a 100 question, timed test (3 hours maximum time limit) that must be passed with a score of 70% or better in order to receive a certificate of completion and have the CE hours reported to the IRS.
  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes six hours of the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course with comprehensive test (IRS course #JK8E2-A-00108-18-S), ten hours of federal tax law (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00097-18-S), and two hours of ethics (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00094-18-S), per the required IRS guidelines. The IRS CE 18 hour tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax Course #1 covers Schedule C for Small Businesses. Topics include business income and expenses, credits and tax payments and depreciation and provides ten hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #2 covers ethical issues for the tax practitioner. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #3 is the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course and covers IRS required subjects divided into three domains. Domain 1: New Tax Law and Recent Updates. Domain 2: General Review. Domain 3: Ethics, Practices and Procedures. The three combined courses will meet the IRS requirement for the number of CE credit hours for the AFSP Record of Completion. The course includes the required and timed AFTR Course comprehensive test, which is a 100 question, timed test (3 hours maximum time limit) that must be passed with a score of 70% or better in order to receive a certificate of completion and have the CE hours reported to the IRS.

  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes six hours of the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course with comprehensive test (IRS course #JK8E2-A-00108-18-S), ten hours of federal tax law (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00098-18-S), and two hours of ethics (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00094-18-S), per the required IRS guidelines. The IRS CE 18 hour tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax Course #1 covers Schedule C for Small Businesses, Partnerships and Corporations and the tax forms filed with each of these entities. Topics include business income and expenses, credits and tax payments and depreciation and provides ten hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #2 covers ethical issues for the tax practitioner. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #3 is the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course and covers IRS required subjects divided into three domains. Domain 1: New Tax Law and Recent Updates. Domain 2: General Review. Domain 3: Ethics, Practices and Procedures. The three combined courses will meet the IRS requirement for the number of CE credit hours for the AFSP Record of Completion. The course includes the required and timed AFTR Course comprehensive test, which is a 100 question, timed test (3 hours maximum time limit) that must be passed with a score of 70% or better in order to receive a certificate of completion and have the CE hours reported to the IRS.
  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes six hours of the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) course with comprehensive test (IRS course #JK8E2-A-00108-18-S), ten hours of federal tax law (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00099-18-S), and two hours of ethics (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00094-18-S), per the required IRS guidelines. The IRS CE 18 hour tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax Course #1 covers Estates and Trusts and the tax forms filed with each of these entities, including Gifts made to others. This course provides ten hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #2 covers ethical issues for the tax practitioner. Issues involving the possession of tax records, charging of fees for the preparation of taxes and when is a tax practitioner acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner, are reviewed and provides two hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #3 is the Annual Federal Tax Refresher (AFTR) Course and covers IRS required subjects divided into three domains. Domain 1: New Tax Law and Recent Updates. Domain 2: General Review. Domain 3: Ethics, Practices and Procedures. The three combined courses will meet the IRS requirement for the number of CE credit hours for the AFSP Record of Completion. The course includes the required and timed AFTR Course comprehensive test, which is a 100 question, timed test (3 hours maximum time limit) that must be passed with a score of 70% or better in order to receive a certificate of completion and have the CE hours reported to the IRS.