80 Years of Tax Continuing Education
Cheers to 80 Years The year 2020 marked Tax School’s 80th anniversary. While it’s not entirely true to say that we’ve been providing tax continuing education all those years (we’ll…
February 3rd, 2020
You’re not alone during filing season. There are many tools out there to provide a helping hand along the way, and in this quick video, Tom O’Saben outlines the tax season resources the University of Illinois Tax School has available.
Tom discusses four tools at your disposal; below this video, we have provided links and some “how-to” videos for each of them to make it easier for you to locate and utilize. Please spend 5 minutes with Tom as he talks you through the Federal Tax Workbook archive, the blog, webinar video replays, and the private Tax School Facebook group. We hope you find these helpful!
Below are the links and instructions for the resources Tom referenced in his video.
FYI, the below video snippets do not have sound; they are simply screen captures to show you how to access and use the various resources.
Please note: These links and videos reference a previous version of our website and will be updated ASAP. If you need immediate assistance, please call (217) 333-0502.
Federal Tax Workbook Archive – https://resources.taxschool.illinois.edu/taxbookarchive/
Tax School Blog: https://taxschool.illinois.edu/blog.html
Webinar Video Replays: https://taxschool.illinois.edu/seminars.html#replays
Tax School Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/taxschool/
by Tom O’Saben, EA
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