To attend any Illinois Tax School program or seminar, participants must be registered.
Registration may be done three ways: Online, Fax or by Mail. Webinar registrations can only be made online.
University of Illinois Tax School
412 Mumford Hall, MC-710
1301 West Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801
For mailed or faxed registrations, each registrant needs to complete a form. For firms with multiple registrants, each registration needs a separate form. Payment may be made for multiple registrants with one check or with one credit card payment.
Checks returned due to insufficient funds are assessed a $60 fee.
Registration forms faxed or postmarked after the early registration deadline with incomplete payment will be processed only when the full registration fee is received.
Customer information is used solely by the University of Illinois Tax School and is not sold or given to any third parties.
Only Tax School office staff have access to participant registration forms. Upon receipt, registration forms are placed in a locked cabinet in the Tax School office. Information contained on registration forms is used to immediately process payment and placement of participants in seminar sessions. No credit card information is ever electronically stored on Tax School computers. Once seminars are finished, registration forms are shredded.
Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration limits exist for each site based upon space availability. Once the registration limit is reached at a particular site, that seminar is designated as closed. Participants are encouraged to register early to help secure their desired locations. Participants may call the Tax School office at (217) 333-0502 to be placed on a waiting list for a closed location.
Confirmation of Registration
Registrants receive a confirmation email once the registration is completed.
The registration and filing fees are identified for each seminar on printed brochures and seminar web pages. Registration deadlines are also identified. Deadlines refer to postmarked or faxed dates. The University of Illinois assesses a $60 fee for checks returned because of insufficient funds.
Cancellation/refund policies are different, depending on the type of seminar:
Live Seminars. To qualify for a full refund, you must notify the Tax School Office at least 10 business days prior to the seminar. No full refunds are provided after that point. Between 10 business days and one business day before the seminar, you have your choice of the following options:
A coupon equal to 100% of the registration amount to be used for a later Tax School seminar. The coupon will expire on December 31 of the year following the year in which you received the coupon. If the seminar you apply the coupon to costs MORE than the seminar you received the coupon from, you will be responsible for paying the difference. If the seminar you apply the coupon to costs LESS than the seminar you received the coupon from, you will not receive a refund for the difference. All coupons MUST be redeemed online. They cannot be used for mailed or faxed registrations. Coupons are not transferrable.
A refund of 50% of the registration amount, via the same method that was originally used to pay for the seminar.
No coupons or refunds are provided for cancellations the day of the seminar or after the seminar is finished.
Cancellations may also be handled with either a participant substitution or by transferring your registration to another location of the same seminar. In both cases, the Tax School Office must approve the change prior to the seminar date or admittance may be denied due to space limitations. Contact the Tax School Office at (217) 333-0502 for more information.
Please submit all refund requests via phone, email, or fax during regular business hours. Do not submit requests for refunds via postal mail.
Phone: (217) 333-0502
Fax: (217) 244-5933
The policies for changing a registration for a seminar (live and online/webinar) are as follows:
It is the policy of the University of Illinois Tax School Program to meet and exceed customer expectations. This is accomplished by providing excellent program quality and customer service. When service failures occur, customers may contact the Tax School Office to voice their concerns and request resolution. Tax School staff can be contacted at 217-333-0502 or firstname.lastname@example.org during regular business hours.
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Last updated 6/15/2016 1:15:37 PM