• The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes three hours of federal tax updates, ten hours of federal tax law, and two hours of ethics, per the required IRS guidelines. The Internal Revenue Service requires for credentialed or exempt tax preparers to possess a valid PTIN as well to complete 15 credit hours of continuing education (CE) annually by December 31st using an IRS Approved Provider to maintain and receive the Annual Filing Season Certificate. Our IRS CE Tax course meets the IRS' requirement. Tax Course #1 covers the personal income tax return, form 1040. Topics include non-business income, adjustments to income, credits and tax payments (IRS course #JK8E2-T-00096-18-S) and provides ten hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #2 covers 2018 personal tax return updates. Topics include the inflationary adjusted tax changes, updates to tax credits, updates to Individual Retirement Accounts and a review of the new Affordable Care Act (IRS course # JK8E2-U-00095-18-S) and provides three hours of CPE credit. Tax Course #3 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 (IRS course #JK8E2-E-00094-18-S) and provides two hours of CPE credit. The three combined courses will meet the 2019 IRS requirement for the number of CPE credit hours including tax updates and ethics requirements. A series of 150 quiz review questions will then test your understanding of key topics.

  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes three hours of federal tax updates, ten hours of federal tax law, and two hours of ethics, per the required IRS guidelines. The Internal Revenue Service requires for credentialed or exempt tax preparers to possess a valid PTIN as well to complete 15 credit hours of continuing education (CE) annually by December 31st using an IRS Approved Provider to maintain and receive the Annual Filing Season Certificate. Our IRS CE Tax course meets the IRS' requirement. This tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax class #1 covers small business' and depreciation. Tax topics include Schedule C; Business Income and Expenses, and Depreciation - Form 4562 (IRS Course #JK8E2-T-00097-18-S) and provides ten hours of CE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2018 personal and business tax updates. Topics include the Non-Business Energy Property Credit, capital gains (including the new form 8949), standard mileage rate updates and the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit (IRS course # JK8E2-U-00095-18-S) and provides three hours of CPE credit. Tax class #3 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 (IRS course # JK8E2-E-00094-18-S) and provides two hours of CPE credit. The three combined courses will meet the IRS requirement for the number of CPE credit hours for 2019 including tax updates and ethics requirements. A series of 150 quiz review questions will then test your understanding of key topics. In addition, one final exam of 75 questions will be given at the end of the course.

  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes three hours of federal tax updates, ten hours of federal tax law, and two hours of ethics, per the required IRS guidelines. The Internal Revenue Service requires for credentialed or exempt tax preparers to possess a valid PTIN as well to complete 15 credit hours of continuing education (CE) annually by December 31st using an IRS Approved Provider to maintain and receive the Annual Filing Season Program record of completion. Our IRS CE Tax course meets the IRS' requirement. This tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax class #1 covers business entities including partnerships, S and C corporations. Topics include income, expenses, gains and losses, distributions to shareholders and contribution of capital (IRS Course #JK8E2-T-00098-18-S) and provides ten hours of CE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2018 personal and business tax updates. Topics include the Non-Business Energy Property Credit, capital gains (including the new form 8949), standard mileage rate updates and the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit ( IRS course #JK8E2-U-00095-18-S) and provides three hours of CE credit. Course #3 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 (IRS course #.JK8E2-E-00094-18-S) and provides two hours of CE credit. The three combined tax classes will meet the IRS requirement for the minimum number of CE credit hours for 2019 including the tax updates and ethics requirements. A series of 165 quiz review questions will then test your understanding of key topics. In addition, one final exam of 75 questions will be given at the end of the course.

  • The IRS Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) CE Tax Course includes three hours of federal tax updates, ten hours of federal tax law, and two hours of ethics, per the required IRS guidelines. The Internal Revenue Service requires for credentialed or exempt tax preparers to possess a valid PTIN as well to complete 15 credit hours of continuing education (CE) annually by December 31st using an IRS Approved Provider to maintain and receive the Annual Filing Season Program record of completion. Our IRS CE Tax course meets the IRS' requirement. This tax course is actually three tax courses in one. Tax class #1 covers advanced topics including Estates and Trusts. Topics include estate and gift tax returns, a summary of the most common trusts, the IRS appeals process, abusive and frivolous tax schemes, and military and international taxpayer topics (IRS Course #JK8E2-T-00099-18-S) and provides ten hours of CE credit. Tax class #2 covers 2018 personal and business tax updates. Topics include the Non-Business Energy Property Credit, capital gains (including the new form 8949), standard mileage rate updates and the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit ( IRS course #JK8E2-U-00095-18-S) and provides three hours of CE credit. Course #3 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 (IRS course #.JK8E2-E-00094-18-S) and provides two hours of CE credit. The three combined tax classes will meet the IRS requirement for the minimum number of CE credit hours for 2019 including the tax updates and ethics requirements. A series of 165 quiz review questions will then test your understanding of key topics. In addition, a three part final exam consisting of a total of 75 questions will be given at the end of the course.