Registration is now open for the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum

IRS Tax Tip 2022-72, May 10, 2022

Tax professionals who want to keep up with changing trends and tax law should register for the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum. This annual event is a great opportunity to hear the latest news and industry information from IRS representatives and other tax experts. Not to mention, participants can earn up to 28 continuing education credits.

Seminar dates and agenda

This year's forum starts on July 19, 2022, with sessions livestreamed over five weeks on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Commissioner Charles P. Rettig will give a keynote address. IRS and partner association representatives will present on topics like:

  • Tax law
  • Publication updates
  • Professional ethics
  • Virtual currency
  • Collection issues

Registration includes access to the Virtual Expo. At the Virtual Expo, participants can speak with exhibitors from dozens of commercial leaders in tax software and financial services, as well as leading national associations.

In addition to 28 English-language seminars, the IRS is offering four seminars in Spanish.

The full list of webinar topics will be available on the registration website later in May.

2022 registration and fees

Tax pros should register by 5 p.m. ET on June 15, to get the $240 early bird rate. Starting June 16, the rate increases to $289.

Discounts for national association members

Members of the IRS national partner associations listed below qualify for a discount of $10 off the early bird rate, but only if they register by June 15. Members should contact their association for more information:

  • American Bar Association Section of Taxation
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • National Association of Enrolled Agents
  • National Association of Tax Professionals
  • National Society of Accountants
  • National Society of Tax Professionals
  • Low Income Taxpayer Clinics
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

More Information

  • 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum - Virtual (obsolete)

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