Yes, taking an ethics course is a requirement to keep your license. But that doesn’t mean that an ethics course can’t be practical and meaningful. This update course is meant to give the tax practitioner two hours of ethics CPE but at the same time provide a detailed analysis of the Circular 230 rules for conduct of a tax practice. Best practices and guidance issues will also be provided.
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- To provide the tax practitioner two hours of ethics CPE but at the same time provide a detailed analysis of the Circular 230 rules for conduct of a tax practice.
- Understanding the Taxpayers Bill of Rights
- Oversight of the Tax Profession
- Various Circular 230 issues
- Practice before the IRS
- Definition of a preparer
- Rules of written advice
- Unenrolled return preparers
- Unlicensed activity
- Record requests
- Use of a third-party service provider
- Knowledge of client’s omissions
- Best practices
- Due diligence
- Written advice
- False Opinions