We get a lot of requests for a single-course package that includes a workbook and textbook that covers only a single part of the EA exam. This is because many test-takers will take the EA exam over the course of two tax years, making the use of a single book difficult. This year, we will beta-test a single-course package, starting in August 2018. The price will be discounted for the initial release. Stay tuned for links and updates, we will post on our official Facebook page as well as on our website when the new EA Review packages are available.
Abusive Tax Schemes and Promoters: How You Recognize Them
This web conference will provide an overview of the following:
Register and Attend: SESSION ONE
July 19, 2018 – 11:00 a.m. Eastern
Register & Attend: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/1148/26455
Register and Attend: SESSION TWO
July 19,2018 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern
Register & Attend: https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/1148/26458
Continuing Education: All participants who qualify will receive a Certificate of Completion
Tax Professionals – Earn up to 1 CE Credit – Category: Federal Tax
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We wish you all a happy 4th of July, please be safe out there! We hope you have a wonderful holiday with family and friends!
IRS Tax Scammer Robocall. All these scam calls are FAKE! Don't fall for it! Please warn your tax clients about these awful tax scams. These scammers are relentless.
Hang up immediately. Contact TIGTA to report the call. Use their “IRS Impersonation Scam Reporting” webpage.
You can also call 800-366-4484 to report these scams directly.
For all tax pros who are just starting out, we always recommend that you remember to set up your Google Business Page (it's free) as well as a Facebook business page (also free).
When your Facebook page reaches 25 likes, you can also reserve the "vanity" URL on Facebook (so it's the actual name of your business, rather than a long number than nobody can remember).
For example, let's say your business is called: "SMITHY TAX and BOOKKEEPING SERVICES"
When you first set up a Page for yourself or business, Facebook gives you a url that looks something like this:
http:// www.facebook.com /pages/SMITHY_TAX/857469375913778880021
Not very easy to remember, and not really feasible to print on a business card either. However, once your Page reaches 25 “likes” you are able to claim your own unique Facebook URL. I reccommend that you ask friends and family to like your new business page (initially) so you can reserve your vanity URL as soon as possible.
One you receive the required 25 "likes", now you can now request your official Facebook Vanity URL, something like this: www.facebook.com/SMITHYTAX
Much, much easier to remember!
Every tax pro should do both of these things, they are free and important to preserving your brand identity.
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