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Welcome

The 2019 IRS Nationwide Tax Forums are now complete. Please check back for the schedule and locations for the 2020 IRS Tax Forums. If you would like to be notified when the information becomes available please join our mailing list by entering your e-mail address in the box located on the bottom left of this page.

Forum Highlights

Exhibits - Visit dozens of exhibitors displaying a wide selection of products and services that may help enhance your business operations. Exhibit hall hours: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on Tuesday and 10:00 am to 2:30 pm on Wednesday.

Case Resolution Program - You can once again bring your toughest unresolved IRS case (one case per tax business) to the Case Resolution Program. IRS representatives with specialized expertise will be available by appointment only to meet one-on-one with tax professionals. If we can't resolve the case onsite or it needs more research, we'll assign it to the appropriate IRS unit for follow-up. A signed original or copy of your Power of Attorney (Form 2848), authorizing disclosure of confidential tax information, is required and must be presented when scheduling an appointment. Only the practitioner(s) listed on the POA will be allowed in the Case Resolution Room. For an appointment, visit the Case Resolution table on Monday before the Forum begins, from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm, or go directly to the Case Resolution Room during the three-day event. To expedite scheduling, bring your Form 2848 and a completed Nationwide Tax Forum Case Data Sheet with you. The Case Resolution Program can help you resolve one client's toughest tax case. The program is for client cases only. We cannot assist you with any personal tax case or any case in which you have a vested interest. If you have an issue with a case of this nature, please contact the IRS or the Taxpayer Advocate Service directly.

IRS Programs and Services Booth - Visit the Internal Revenue Services booth in the exhibit hall to share your perspective and to learn more about how the IRS is working to strengthen cybersecurity, improve services and build partnerships with the tax professional community.

Continuing Education (CE) Credits - Attendance at IRS Nationwide Tax Forum seminars qualifies for continuing education (CE) credits for enrolled agents, certified public accountants, Annual Filing Season Program participants, California Tax Education Council (CTEC) participants and Certified Financial Planners (CFP) (for CFP see details below). You will need to understand and comply with your licensing agency's CE requirements. Attendance for the full 50 minutes of the presentation is required to receive one CE credit. The seminar schedule allows for a maximum of 19 credits that can be earned at each forum location.

Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Credits - The IRS is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. The board has the final authority on the acceptance of individual tax forum courses for continuing education credit for certified financial planners.

Networking Opportunities - Enjoy good food and great company! Mix and mingle, reconnect with friends and colleagues, share information and best practices, or just relax and enjoy at our two networking events the Welcome Reception and the Networking Reception.

IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online (NTFO) - Visit the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums Online (NTFO) website. The NTFO site provides courses based on taped seminars from previous IRS Nationwide Tax Forums. NTFO courses may be audited for free or purchased for CE credit (testing included). To visit, go to http://www.irstaxforumsonline.com/.

The IRS Nationwide Tax Forum welcomes the participation of our association partners: the American Bar Association (ABA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the National Association of Enrolled Agents (NAEA), the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP), the National Society of Accountants (NSA), and the National Society of Tax Professionals (NSTP).