Tax Pros: Register now for the 2023 IRS Nationwide Tax Forums as early registration rate expires June 15
Back in person and better than ever — registration is now open for all five IRS Nationwide Tax Forums. Tax pros can get the lastest on changes to tax law, tax hot topics and IRS transformation efforts. This year’s forums offer attendees more than 40 seminars for which tax pros can earn up to 18 continuing education credits.
Registration details Attendees who register by the June 15 early bird deadline can take advantage of the lowest rate at $245 per person. That is a savings of $54 off the standard rate and $135 off the on-site registration price. Standard pricing begins June 15 and ends two weeks before the start of each forum.Members of participating associations can save an additional $10 off the early bird rate if they register by June 15.
Dates, locations and registration deadlines
Deadline for $299 Standard Rate
July 11 – 13
July 25 – 27
National Harbor (Washington, D.C. area)
Aug. 8 – 10
Aug. 22 – 24
Aug. 29 – 31
In addition to the seminars, attendees have access to:
Case Resolution Program: Tax professionals facing tough, unresolved client cases can make appointments to meet face to face with IRS representatives in the IRS Case Resolution Program.
Exhibit hall: This two-day expo has representatives from tax, financial and business communities offering products, services and expertise designed with the tax professional in mind. It will also feature IRS subject matter experts, executives and tax forum speakers.
Special events: New this year, the forums are offering four special events for attendees, including a panel discussion on practice management, a session on the Written Information Security Plan, a town hall with the National Taxpayer Advocate and a brownbag lunch on the taxpayer experience.
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