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San Diego IRS Tax Forum Registration Deadline is Aug. 29; Final Tax Forum for 2017

IR-2017-133, Aug. 24, 2017

WASHINGTON — Tax professionals wishing to attend the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum in San Diego can save $115 by registering soon, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

The San Diego IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will take place Sept. 12-14. This will be the final of five Tax Forums offered this year by the IRS.

Enrolled agents, certified public accountants, certified financial planners, Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) participants and other tax professionals can register at the standard rate of $255 through Tuesday, Aug. 29. Attendees registering after that date or on-site will pay $370.

Seminars and Workshops

Tax professionals attending a 2017 Tax Forum can earn up to 18 continuing professional education credits. They will get the latest information on federal and state tax issues presented by experts from the IRS and partner organizations in a wide variety of seminars and workshops. Seminar topics range from data security and identity theft prevention to future IRS digital services, the gig economy, working with private collection firms and much more.

Case Resolution Program

The Nationwide Tax Forums offer tax professionals with unresolved client cases the opportunity to meet face to face with IRS representatives in the Case Resolution Program. Since 2011, case resolution staff has worked nearly 4,500 cases with a resolution rate of over 97 percent. A Forum attendee must bring a valid power of attorney for any case he or she wishes to work with the IRS. Tax businesses should bring only one client case per Forum to the Case Resolution Program.

Exhibit Hall

The Forums also feature a two-day expo with tax and financial businesses offering products, services and expertise designed with the tax professional in mind. In a survey of 2016 attendees, the forums received an overall 97 percent satisfaction rate. Presentations from the 2016 Tax Forums are available on

2017 Tax Forum Locations and Dates

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