So what happened to the Krusemark Pub 17 CPE course?
- Posted on July 6, 2012
Effective January 1, 2012, the IRS stopped approving CPE courses that used IRS publications as their study material. The logic was they wanted something more substantial from CPE providers. ClientWhys has been developing self-study tax update courses for over 25 years. All we had to do was reposition some of our other material to fit the new IRS requirements. Our packages include ethics, tax law updates, and general reviews of hot subjects like debt cancellation, AMT, health care provisions, foreign reporting, and much more. No one will have you more prepared for tax season than ClientWhys.
We now offer our low-cost tax update courses (minus the PUB 17) for enrolled agents, federal tax return preparers (RTRP), and CTEC tax preparers.
Bonus Membership - Free to all ClientWhys CPE customers, ClientWhys Connect is the premier e-mail discussion community where members post tax research questions throughout the year.
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