ClientWhys has been approved to offer CPE courses and credits for the new IRS Registered Tax Return Preparer (RTRP) program.

ClientWhys (provider #VP8T3) is in the process of creating new continuing education (CPE) courses that will be released January 1, 2012. These tax update courses will meet the new CE requirements for the IRS RTRP program. ClientWhys will offer a bundled package that includes 2 hours of ethics, 10 hours of federal review and 3 hours of tax updates. Our comprehensive courses will include downloadable eBooks that can be used for reference purposes all tax season long.

ClientWhys will offer another bundled CE package for CTEC (California Tax Education Council) Registered Tax Preparers. It will include an additional course for 5 hours of CA state credit to meet your 20-hour needs. Since the ClientWhys courses in this bundle will meet both your IRS and CTEC requirements, there is no need for you to take two courses. This bundled package will also be released on January 1, 2012.

To ensure that you don’t miss out on the new course launched, check back with this blog in January or sign up for our email newsletter.

If you have additional questions about the new IRS PTIN program or CE requirements, click on the clientwhys blog links below:

Click here to order the 2012 IRS Registered Tax Preparer 15 Hour Bundle CPE Course.  

Click here to order the 2012 CTEC Tax Preparer 20 Hour Bundle CPE Course.  

Click here to order the 2012 Enrolled Agent 24 Hour Bundle CPE Course.

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