The Extension Due Date Approaches
For many tax professionals, April 18, 2022 marked the end of a long march toward the due date for individual and corporate tax returns. But for those individuals and businesses…
October 17th, 2022
We interrupt your regularly scheduled programming to bring you a bit of timely self-promotion, as we are a mere two weeks away from the start of Fall Tax School.
I’m glad you asked. It’s a continuing education seminar on federal tax topics, giving you the opportunity to earn 16 CPE credits* during one event. We provide updates on what’s new and exciting in the tax world, as well as provide solid education on tax topics that may be complex or confusing.
Part of what makes Fall Tax School especially great is our team of instructors. They are practicing tax professionals who have a knack for teaching tax content in a way that is both engaging and informative.
Let me introduce you to them in this short 2:34 min. video below.
If this is all old news to you because you’ve been coming to Fall Tax School for years – THANK YOU.
If you haven’t attended before, we hope you’ll join us this year. With full-day and half-day sessions throughout the month of November, you’re sure to find a time that works well for you.
Let us know in the comments below if you have any questions you want answered this year during Fall Tax School and we’ll be sure to pass them along.
See you next month!
* In fact, with the addition of free access to a 2-hour webinar on Agricultural Issues, Fall Tax School is actually worth 18 CPE credits!
By Gina Marsh, EdM
University of Illinois Tax School Director
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