You Can Now Register for the 2018 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum

Registration for this year’s IRS Tax Forum conferences is now open! These events will provide educational seminars, hands-on experience, and offer Continuing Education Credits that will allow you to stay up-to-date with the most recent tax law changes and prepare yourself for the upcoming tax year.

Each event will be hosted by leading IRS experts and National Association Partners, so you can be assured you are in the know when it comes to what’s new in the tax industry. Conferences will feature more than 30 tax topic seminars giving you a wide range of subject matter and material to select from. Copies of these seminars will be available in advance for those who register. Anyone interested in attending hands-on experience workshops with industry experts is required to register in advance.

Looking to earn Continuing Education Credits? The IRS Nationwide Tax Forum tax seminars qualify for CE credit for enrolled agents, certified public accounts, and California Tax Education Council participants. Those who attend can earn up to 18 CE Credits.

Below are the cities and dates for the 2018 conferences:

  • Atlanta, GA — July 10-12
  • National Harbor, MD (Washington DC area) — July 17-19
  • San Diego, CA — August 7-9
  • Chicago, IL — August 21-23
  • Orlando, FL ­— September 11-13

Register by June 15th to receive the Early Bird Registration Rate or by 14 days prior to the beginning of the event to receive the Standard Registration Rate. Your registration will include all seminars, exhibits, the Welcome Reception, and the Networking Reception. If you wish to register at the event, on-site registration will open the day prior to the conference (Monday) at 1:00pm.

TaxSlayer’s Customer Growth division will have a booth at each of the conferences. Come meet the faces behind the company and see what new things are in store for the upcoming tax year!

For more information on registrations fees, discounted hotel prices, exhibitors, and the conference schedule, please visit https://www.irstaxforum.com/index