Income Tax Short Course
Do you serve individuals and small businesses?
If you're a tax practitioner who works primarily with individual returns and small businesses, then this continuing professional education short course — delivered by experienced educators and practitioners — is for you.
Why choose income tax education at the University of Minnesota?
Our goal is to provide you with the education you need to maintain your business and stay on top of the latest tax legislation that affects tax returns for 2013 and future years.
While attending this course you will be able to network with other tax professionals as well as the instructors, share experiences, and learn about developments in tax law and tax practice.
The University offers a number of exceptional and unique advantages — benefits that you'd be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. These include:
- The only statewide course developed and delivered in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service and the Minnesota Department of Revenue
- We are an IRS Approved Continuing Education Provider for Ethics, Federal Tax, and Federal Tax Law Update instruction - Provider # XODXH
- 71 years of experience providing income tax information and resources
- A choice of multiple locations throughout Minnesota plus an online self-study option for those who can't attend in person.
- Access to the 2013 National Income Tax Workbook, published by the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation (LGUTEF)
Who should attend?
- Tax Return Preparers
- Enrolled agents
- Insurance personnel
- Others who have a need for continuing education in taxes or tax ethics
View the Agenda for this year's Annual Income Tax Short Course.
The University of Minnesota has been providing continuing education to tax practitioners for 71 years and we are proud to be a member of the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization that conducts tax education programs for professional tax practitioners at workshops, institutes, seminars, and forums attended by over 25,000 tax professionals in more than 25 states.
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Important Note for Tax Return Preparers:
The United States District Court for the District of Columbia has enjoined the Internal Revenue Services from enforcing the regulatory requirements for Registered Tax Return Preparers. In accordance with this order, continuing education is not currently mandatory for tax return preparers who have a Registered Tax Return Preparer certificate or who were planning to obtain the RTRP designation.
If you are a CPA, Enrolled Agent, or Tax Preparer with an IRS issued PTIN and you would like your continuing education hours reported, we will need you to include your PTIN in your registration so that we can send that information to the IRS upon your completion of the course.