With a purpose “to deliver exceptional tax education while respecting social distancing recommendations due to COVID-19,” the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) is hosting TaxCon, a virtual education event, July 27-31.
TaxCon, a week-long virtual event, includes many aspects attendees enjoy about live events, like one-on-one interaction with instructors, attendees and even exhibitors live throughout the event. Attendees can earn up to 55 CPE from 39 sessions that include the latest COVID-19 information and related recent legislation. There is also the opportunity to learn how to create a fully written data and office security plan personalized to your business.
The opening session on July 27 at 9 a.m. CST will feature Sharyn Fisk, director of IRS Office of Professional Responsibility, and Patti Newcomer, vice president of marketing at Intuit ProConnect. Later in the week, Andy Keyso, IRS chief of appeals, and representation expert Eric Green will also be leading a session on appeals.
Additional session topics include virtual currency, net operating losses, ethics, tax reporting of foreign business, §529 plans, succession planning for small businesses, farm tax, criminal tax, opportunity zones, cannabis, retirement and more.
Exhibitors interested in securing a virtual booth to share product and service information are encouraged to contact NATP at email@example.com.