June 7, 2016

Don’t let the price deter you from attending the top educational event of the year for enrolled agents! Scholarships to the National Conference are available through the NAEA Education Foundation. The application deadline is Friday, June 10. 

NAEA’s 2016 National Conference is taking place August 1-3 at the luxurious Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Come for the nation’s best face-to-face continuing education on IRS representation at the National Tax Practice Institute™ (NTPI®). If representation isn’t your thing, participate in the robust Tax Preparation Issues track, where you’ll master intricate details of the tax code, keeping you on the cutting edge of the profession. Intensive education sessions and workshops provide you with information you can’t get anywhere else, making the 2016 NAEA National Conference an investment in your career that will pay you back times over.

The National Tax Practice Institute™ (NTPI)®
As a Circular 230 practitioner, you have the right to speak directly to IRS on behalf of your clients. Not only does this make your job easier, but the lucrative, year-round field of taxpayer representation for audits, collections, and appeals is open to you. Just three days at NTPI will increase your confidence and representation skills, equipping you with the tools necessary to grow your business, increase your revenue, and better serve your clients. Those who graduate from all three levels earn the distinction of NTPI Fellow®, a designation held by the nation’s top tax practitioners.

By completing Level 1, 2, 3, or the Graduate Level in Representation, NTPI attendees—EAs, CPAs, and tax attorneys—can earn 24 IRS-approved CE credits, include 2 in Ethics. The Tax Preparation Issues Track, also 24 credits, including 2 in Ethics, is open to all preparers regardless of whether they have a credential. Attend this track if you’re looking to gain knowledge that will give you a professional edge with current and potential clients.

All national conference continuing education is recognized and approved by the Internal Revenue Service Return Preparer Office (RPO) and National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

Find more information at http://www.naea.org/node/3474 and apply today!

 

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