December’s Tax Talk Today Will Focus on Filing Season


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IR-2007-194, Nov. 28, 2007

WASHINGTON — The 2008 filing season is right around the corner.  December’s Tax Talk Today program, “Getting Ready for the Filing Season 2008: Part 1 (Individuals)”, on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007 at 2 p.m. will give tax professionals a head start and get preparers off on the right foot. 

This annual filing season program focuses on individual tax return issues, such as changes to forms, the latest tax law changes and IRS processing issues that affect individual taxpayers. Tax preparers also will get tips on how to avoid common errors that can cost them and their clients time and money.

Panelists will be Kathleen Collins, principal of her own Savannah, Georgia-based tax practice, and president of the Georgia Association of Enrolled Agents; William Stevenson, president of National Tax Consultants, Inc., a tax preparation and taxpayer representation firm for individuals and businesses; Pamela J. Walker, IRS deputy director for Submission Processing at Cincinnati and Carole Barnette, IRS acting chief for Individual Tax Forms and Publications.

Tax Talk Today is a Webcast aimed at educating tax and payroll professionals on the most current and complex tax issues. Tax professionals are encouraged to watch and submit questions.

To access the Webcast at no charge, viewers can register online at Tax professionals in need of continuing education credits (CECs) are eligible to receive one CEC by viewing the Dec. 11 Webcast.

Archived shows are available on the site also, including the November broadcast “What’s Hot in Employment Taxes: Independent Contractor or Employee?”

NOTE: The next show will air on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008: “Getting Ready for Filing Season 2008 - Part 2 (Business)”, 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.

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