2023 National Tax Forums Now Available Online
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has made the 2023 National Tax Forums available online. These forums offer 18 new self-study seminars that individuals can review at their convenience. What’s more, participants can even earn continuing education credits. Tax professionals are given a choice of a variety of topics covering a broad spectrum of federal tax laws.
The 2023 seminars include:
Taxpayer Experience with the IRS Independent Appeals Office
Speech by IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel
IRS – Strategic Operational Plan and Implementation
Recent Developments in Foreign Withholding and Information Reporting
Reporting of Foreign Gifts and Trusts on Forms 3520 and 3520-A
New Schedules K-2 and K-3 and Form 1116, Foreign Tax Credit and Reporting Schedule K-3 Items on Form 1040-NR (SP), U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return
Circular 230 and Ethics in Tax Practice: How to Avoid Problems
A Medley of (Potentially Painful) Tax Professional Issues
IA – Identity Verification for Tax Professionals
Taxable Transactions with Digital Assets
Abusive Tax Evasion Transactions
Changes to Form 1099-K Filing Requirements
What You Need to Know About the Information Return Receipt System
Retirement Plan Distributions After SECURE 1.0 and SECURE 2.0
Assisting with Individual Taxpayer Identification Number Services; Become a Certifying Agent
Changes in Tax Law for 2023
Navigating the Rules of Refundable Tax Credits
Earning Continuing Education Credits
For a fee of $29 per seminar, CPAs, enrolled agents, and annual participants of the tax filing season program who take the seminars can earn continuing education credits. To earn credit, users need to create an account, answer review questions throughout the seminar, and pass short exams at the end.
Free Viewing of Seminars
People can also opt to view the seminars for free. However, they won’t have access to the review questions or the final exams and won’t receive credit for the seminars.
The online National Tax Forums also offer several seminars from previous years.
Remember to visit the official IRS website for any relevant information.