Presented by UNH Professional Development & Training in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service, Office of Stakeholder Liaison
Early bird rate $199 (through November 6)
Regular rate $225 (begins November 7)
Registration fee includes digital access to the 2021 National Income Tax Workbook. Hard copies can be requested during registration for an additional fee.
Now in its 42nd year, the UNH Tax Practitioners Institute is attended by more than 200 tax professional from New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Designed specifically for tax practitioners, tax return preparers, accountants, bookkeepers, attorneys, and paralegals, the conference is ideal for all professions that need to stay current on constantly changing federal and state tax laws.
At the Institute, you’ll hear from IRS staff and private tax experts on federal tax topics, as well as state-specific information from New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Attendees have the opportunity attend a variety of presentation topic areas including:
- Individual Tax Issues & Updates
- Small Business Tax Law Updates
- IRS Hot Topics
- Ethics & Tax Practice
- Maine State Taxes
- Massachusetts State Taxes
- New Hampshire State Taxes
- Vermont State Taxes
Due to current conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Tax Practitioners Institute will be held as a fully virtual event.
The Tax Practitioners Institute has been pre-approved for 8 IRS Continuing Education Credits for Enrolled Agents. UNH will upload records directly to the IRS for Enrolled Agents providing a valid PTIN during the registration process.
The Tax Institute offers a total of 14 CE units (based on a 50-minute credit hour) for associated professions; please confirm eligibility directly with the appropriate licensing board/association.
For session descriptions and more information, please visit the "What You Will Learn" and "Tools & Materials" tabs.