The 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum begins July 19, 2022. Tax professionals can get up-to-date news and industry information by attending this educational seminar. The event is accredited for 28 continuing education credits, and there are four Spanish-language seminars as well. Here is all you need to know about the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum.
At the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attendees can earn credits by participating in the seminar and virtual exhibition hall. Those who register before June 15 are eligible for an early bird registration discount and pay $240 by registering early for this forum with a standard registration fee of $289. Moreover, members of some national tax partner associations are eligible to receive a discount of $10 on the early bird rate.
The 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum features numerous webinars covering high-interest topics. Cybersecurity, virtual currency, and digital literacy training are just a few of the many subjects covered during the event. Attendees should take the time to attend cybersecurity training, taxing illegal and legal cannabis, and e-Services and You. The keynote address from IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig is an excellent choice.
On the other hand, the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum offers attendees the opportunity to meet with the Case Resolution Program staff, who have worked on nearly four thousand cases since 2011. There will be a chance to discuss your clients’ tax issues. The staff’s resolution rate is over ninety per cent. In addition, attendees should bring a valid power of attorney. Tax businesses should bring one client case per forum. But we strongly recommend that you don’t be shy about asking questions or presenting your case.
The Internal Revenue Service is planning to introduce new voice bots to assist taxpayers. These automated tools would help taxpayers verify their identities and avoid long waits. Additionally, the IRS has announced the selection of Guy Ficco as the new Deputy Chief of the IRS Criminal Investigation. Guy Ficco will oversee 20 field offices and 11 foreign posts, and approximately 2,000 special agents will investigate tax fraud. There are many opportunities for tax reform in 2022.
As the 2022 tax season approaches, the Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers to file their taxes quarterly and electronically. Taxpayers should also review their emergency preparedness plan and protect tax-related information. The 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum is the ideal opportunity for businesses to find answers to any questions related to taxation.