Inland Empire Chapter CSEAPresident - Norma Rae Hill, EA
We are pleased to announce the schedule for the Inland Empire Chapter of Enrolled Agents – endorsed 1040 Review & Update Seminar. A portion of your registration fee benefits your Chapter and their fundraising efforts, so please join your other members at the location listed below.
1040 Review & Update Seminar
(In co-sponsorship with ClientWhys, Inc.)
November 13 & 14, 2013 (Wednesday and Thursday)
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Ontario-Airport
222 North Vineyard Ave, Ontario, CA 91764
Check-In: 7:30 a.m.
Seminar Times: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (both days)
Lunch Break: Noon to 1:00 p.m. (lunch included both days)
$328 Early registration expires June 1, 2013
$338 prior to August 31, 2013
$358 after August 31, 2013
Refund Policy: Refunds will be granted only if requested at least ten days before the seminar begins; 10% of fee will be withheld from all refunds.
Total CPE Hours - 16 hours live Federal Taxation plus up to 13 hours of bonus self-study described below. (Live seminar CPE counts as 3 hours Federal Update and 13 hours of Federal Tax subjects for RTRPs and CTEC Registered Preparers)
Bonus CPE: The price of enrollment also includes the following on-line supplemental self-study courses (for a grand total of up to 29 CPE hours):
This two-day 1040 Review & Update Seminar doesn't offer just a live presentation and flimsy seminar notes. This comprehensive seminar combines one of the top-speaking teams in the nation with our take-home 900+ page textbook and searchable research CD. Compare our price and offering to any seminar in the U.S. and you will be surprised!
Our A-Team speakers include Matt Brodie, CPA, Lee Reams, EA and Art Werner, JD. We take special care to include the latest law and procedural changes, revenue rulings, form changes and practice advisories in our seminar. We also develop a list of troublesome areas from which we receive frequent technical calls and include them in the presentation. Our unique seminar text includes integrated California provisions and differences and is so complete and well-organized that many practitioners use it as their primary tax season reference. The text also highlights tax strategies that will benefit your clients and make you a hero. Find out for yourself why our students scored our textbook 94 out of 100 in a recent survey.
Seminar Material: Seminar text, handouts, badges and other materials will be available to pick up at 7:30 a.m. You may wish to bring a light sweater or jacket, writing instrument, highlighter and breakfast snack (coffee is provided during registration and at the first break, soft drinks during the afternoon break).
Meals: Lunch is provided on both days. Coffee is provided in the morning and soft drinks during the afternoon break.
A portion of your registration fee goes to support the activities of your chapter.