MOUNTAINSIDE – In preparation for the 2011 tax-filing season, the Internal Revenue Service in partnership with the NJ Association of Public Accountants (NJAPA), the NJ Division of Taxation and cooperating colleges has scheduled a series of one-day tax seminars at New Jersey area colleges during October and November.
The one-day seminars will educate and inform tax practitioners on tax law updates for individual taxes and business taxes.
“As New Jersey tax practitioners prepare for the 2011 tax season, the IRS’ annual tax practitioner seminars can help tax professionals position themselves for a successful filing season,” said Gregg Semanick, New Jersey’s IRS spokesperson.
The seminar will be held at Middlesex County College, College Center Bldg, Lower Level, Rm 100, Edison on Oct. 25. The session is from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The pre-registration fee is $125 and $135 at the door. The registration fee for full-time college students with a valid ID is $15. Eight CPE credits will be issued in Taxation to those who complete the session.
Other seminar dates and locations are as follows:
Oct. 19 – Gloucester County College, Sewell
Oct. 27 – Montclair State University, Montclair
Nov. 4 – College of New Jersey, Ewing
Nov. 5 – County College of Morris, Randolph
Nov. 17 – Georgian Court University, Lakewood
Nov. 18 – Kean University, Union
For seminar registration information call NJAPA at 1-609-645-8880.
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