2020 Registration Options
Our online sessions are interactive, have varied speakers to keep things fresh, and have dedicated Q & A sessions with our panels of speakers. As described on the last pages, the Ethics & Filing Considerations Track includes two hours of Ethics CPE and a practical session reviewing updated forms and filing considerations. The Financial Distress & Agricultural Issues Track includes instruction on the agricultural issues and financial distress chapters of the National Income Tax Workbook. You must choose a preferred track when registering. If you would like instruction on both topics, choose the bonus option. We have worked hard to provide you with multiple options to best suit your needs. Review the choices detailed here before registering for your preferred option.
For more information about the course dates/times visit explore-your-options.
Step 1 Select the format that best suits you
Option One is the traditional two-day class and Option Two allows you to take the class in four half-day sessions (mornings or afternoons). Both offer 16 hours of CPE, as detailed below.
Step 2 Select the Track and Dates you want
After you select Option One or Option Two, choose your track — Ethics & Filing Considerations or Financial Distress & Agricultural Issues — and the dates that best work for you.
Step 3 Select BONUS CPE (Optional)
If you’d like to attend both the Ethics & Filing Considerations and the Financial Distress & Agricultural Issues tracks, you can select the bonus option to add an additional four hours of CPE for an additional $15.
All Registration Options include these features:
. (For Annual Income Tax Course Only) The 2020 National Income Tax Workbook, mailed to you before the sessions begin, if registered by October 20.
. Highly interactive sessions with live speakers (no recorded replays)
. Dedicated Q & A sessions with the speakers
. An optional technology test/trouble shooting session for anyone concerned about connectivity issues
. Post-session access to a video replay of your sessions at no charge
. Downloadable copies of the teaching slides used in the sessions
Continuing Education Credit Information
Participants receive an emailed completion certificate to be used as proof of attendance for continuing education credit.
Iowa State will apply to the following agencies for continuing education credit: IRS; Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance; Certified Financial Planners; and Wisconsin Continuing Legal Education. See our website at taxinsight.com for specific credit hour information.
We will e-mail a Wisconsin Office Confirmation Letter within two weeks of receiving your registration. Your confirmation letter will be mailed to the email address you provide on your registration form. Each participant will receive his or her own confirmation letter.
Registration fees are NON-REFUNDABLE because a workbook will be mailed to each registrant. Requests to transfer a registration to another person or a different class will be accommodated. These transfers must be completed one week prior to the scheduled session and are subject to the availability of alternative sessions.
When to Expect Your Workbook
In order to guarantee workbook delivery in time for the online sessions, you must register by the end of business on Tuesday, October 20. Registrations will be accepted after that date, but we cannot guarantee that you will receive your printed book in time for your online classes. This book is copyrighted by the and Grant University Tax Education Foundation so you may not copy it or share it with others. We cannot ship to PO boxes. You must provide a street address for shipment.
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