Webinars for Tax Practitioners
The IRS broadcasts webinars on a variety of subjects aimed at educating tax professionals on issues affecting them and their clients. The webinars are free and often offer continuing education (CE) credit for enrolled agents.
- Practitioner Liaison Meeting (Webinar) - May 27, 2015
Practitioner Liaison Meeting (Webinar)
Our spring practitioner liaison meeting will be held virtually via WebInterpoint. There will be an open dialogue of communication in regards to the 2015 tax season issues, concerns and suggestions. NYS Tax & Finance Director of Outreach, Suzanne Reusch will be representing NYS topics and discussions. IRS Stakeholder Liaison, Susan Jensky will discuss various IRS topics. Additional speakers to be announced.
Sponsored By: New York State Society of Enrolled Agents-Capital District Chapter
States: MA, NH and NY
Date: May 27, 2015
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Contact: Susan Jensky; Phone: 518-242-5446; Email: Susan.R.Jensky@irs.gov
Other Video Outreach Products
- The IRS Video Portal contains video and audio presentations on topics of interest to small businesses, individuals and tax professionals. You will find video clips of tax topics, archived versions of live panel discussions and webinars.
Continuing Education Credit
To receive a certificate of completion, you must:
- View the live presentation for at least 50 minutes from the start of the program.
- View the presentation while signed in using the same email address that you used to register (you will not receive credit by watching on someone else’s computer). This will confirm your attendance and generate your certificate of completion.
- Register individually. Groups can not register with one e-mail address and then receive separate certificates. If certificates are needed, each person must register separately. Certificates of Completion are emailed approximately three weeks after the broadcast.
If you are an enrolled agent, you must register for the webinar with your PTIN. Your PTIN begins with the letter P followed by eight digits. If you don't supply a PTIN, you will receive a certificate; however, your credit will not be reported to the IRS. Other participants will be sent a certificate and may receive credit if the broadcast meets their organization's or state's CE requirements.