Tax regulations

The Income Tax School offers training on current tax regulations, changes in tax legislation


LITTLE ROCK – Registration is open for the Cooperative Extension Service’s Income Tax School, which is designed to help tax preparers prepare for tax season 2021.

The two-day courses, offered by the Division of Agriculture System at the University of Arkansas, provide tax preparers – and anyone interested in advanced income tax preparation – with the latest updates to the tax code and a review of current tax legislation. Classes will be offered face-to-face and online on the following dates:

For in-person training, places will be limited to allow for social distancing.

“We will follow the guidelines and protocols of the Arkansas Department of Health to keep everyone safe,” said Kim Magee, Associate of the Tax and Extension Community Professional and Economic Development Program. for the Agriculture Division. “If the in-person event were to be canceled due to COVID-19, registrants will have the option to skip to one of the webinars. ”

The income tax school is approved by the IRS as a continuing education provider. Participants can earn 16 continuing professional education credit hours, including two ethics hours.

Classes run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, with a one-hour lunch break. A certificate of participation will be sent by email within three weeks of the end of the course. The cost for a two-day course is $ 250 before August 30 and $ 310 after August 30.

For more information, contact Nikki Dawson at [email protected] or (501) 671-2003.


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