2024 Tax Forum Special Events

Practice Management  Looking for ways to grow or improve your tax business? Maximize your time at the forum by participating in this special Monday session. Tax forum association partners NAEA, NATP, NSA, NSTP and Padgett will present ideas on how you can attract and manage customers, increase your productivity and have a more satisfying work-life balance. English language session on Monday at 5 p.m. Spanish language session on Monday at 7 p.m.

Prácticas de administración -- ¿Busca formas de hacer crecer o mejorar su negocio de impuestos? Maximice su tiempo en el foro participando en esta sesión especial el lunes a las 5 p.m. Las asociaciones colaboradoras del foro tributario NAEA, NATP, NSA, NSTP y Padgett Business Services compartirán su experiencia sobre cómo atraer y manejar clientes, aumentar la productividad y lograr un equilibrio más satisfactorio entre el trabajo y la vida personal. A las 7 p.m. se llevará a cabo la sesión en español, con colaboradores de Advanced Accounting & Tax Services, American Tax Club, BMS of Arizona Corp., Freedom Tax Resolution, Latín Tax Academy, Latino Tax Professional, Midland LDU Insurance and Tax Services, National Association of Enrolled Agents, NAVA School of Business, Noba Digital Academy y Tax Solutions & Bookkeeping LLC.

Scams & Schemes Panel Discussion – Have you been victimized by a tax scam? Scammers are targeting the tax pro community. Join CERCA and the IRS for a panel discussion that will equip you to protect yourself and your practice. Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. Bring your lunch!

Taxpayer Advocate Town Hall – Join the National Taxpayer Advocate during the NTF Networking Reception to discuss emerging issues facing taxpayers and tax practitioners. The Advocate wants to hear from the tax professional community and welcomes your participation in addressing these concerns. Includes Q&A. Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting – A new law affecting many small businesses – including many tax practices – went into effect in 2024 requiring companies to report ownership information to the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This bonus session, featuring representatives from FinCEN and the IRS, will explain what you need to do to comply with the new reporting requirements. Wednesday at 5:45 p.m.

*CE credit is not offered for special events.