IR-2022-134, July 11, 2022
WASHINGTON — This Thursday, July 14, is the last day for tax professionals to register to attend the 2022 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum and have access to all 32 webinars — including a keynote address by IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig, updates on tax law, cybersecurity, practitioner ethics and more.
The 2022 virtual event is being held over a five-week period from July 19 through August 18. Webinars will be livestreamed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week. To guarantee access to a webinar, registration must be completed a minimum of three business days in advance. Participants who register after July 14 will not have access to the full lineup of webinars.
For more information and to register, visit IRS Nationwide Tax Forum.
Included with their registration, attendees may also visit the Forum's Virtual Expo with dozens of exhibitors representing tax and business services, IRS association partners and key IRS offices and initiatives in the "IRS Zone."
The Expo will be staffed from noon-2 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. EDT every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, permitting attendees to interact with exhibitors. However, registrants will have access to most Expo content 24 hours a day from for the entire length of the Forum.
As a special feature of the 2022 Forum, the IRS invites attendees to participate in one or more virtual focus groups. Focus groups are arranged around the following topics:
In addition to our focus groups, the Office of Online Services will conduct demonstrations of the IRS tax pro and individual online accounts.
Attendance at any of the 2022 Nationwide Tax Forum webinars qualifies as continuing education (CE) for enrolled agents, certified public accountants, Annual Filing Season Program participants, California Tax Education Council (CTEC) participants and Certified Financial Planners (CFP).
Note: With four seminars this year presented in both English and Spanish, participants can earn up to 28 continuing education credits.
Attorneys: Please check with your state bar to determine whether participation in the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum seminars qualifies for continuing legal education credit.
Visit the CE and CFP Certification page for more information.
For more information and to register online, visit IRS Nationwide Tax Forum.