UK Income Tax Seminars Early Registration Deadline

Registration Opens August 1st

2019 Two-Day Seminars:

Owensboro
Nov. 6 & 7
Owensboro Convention Center

Pikeville
Nov. 7 & 8
East Kentucky Expo Center

Lexington/North
Nov. 11 & 12
Marriott Griffin Gate Resort

Paducah
Nov. 12 & 13
McCracken Co. Extension Office

Hopkinsville
Nov. 14 & 15 
Christian Co. Extension Office

Louisville #1
Nov. 18 & 19
University of Louisville/Shelby Campus

Elizabethtown
Nov. 20 & 21 
Elizabethtown Tourism & Convention Bureau

Burlington #1
Nov. 21 & 22
Boone Co. Extension Office Enrichment Center

Grayson
Nov. 25 & 26 
Kentucky Christian University

Bowling Green
Dec. 3 & 4
WKU Knicely Center

Louisville #2
Dec. 10 & 11
University of Louisville/Shelby Campus

Somerset
Dec. 11 & 12 
Center for Rural Development

Lexington/Downtown 
Dec. 16 & 17 
Lexington Convention Center 

Burlington #2
Jan. 7 & 8, 2020
Boone Co. Extension Office Enrichment Center 

   

Special Accomodations

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

  

The University of Kentucky Department of Agricultural Economics and the Cooperative Extension Service, in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service and the Kentucky Department of Revenue, present a series of tax education seminars throughout the state. The seminars are designed to present updates for both federal and state tax preparation for tax professionals, enrolled agents, certified public accountants, certified financial planners, and attorneys.

The University of Kentucky is a founding member of the Land Grant University Tax Education Foundation.

Designed for professional tax preparers with at least one year of tax preparation experience. This is two-day, intermediate seminar covering individual and small business issues, including the latest changes to both the Federal and State tax laws. 

   

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CE Provider LogoWe are approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a Continuing Education Provider for Enrolled Agents.

Our two-day intermediate seminars include 2 hours of ethics credit for no additional fee.


The course is also approved by the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy, Kentucky Department of Insurance, and is accepted by the Certified Financial Planners Board of Standards and the Kentucky Bar Association for CLE credit.

The University of Kentucky is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org

Continuing Education Credits:

CPAs: 17 hours total
Federal Tax Law: 11 hours
Federal Tax Law Updates: 3 hours
Behavioral Ethics: 2 hours
KY Tax Law Update: 1 hour 

Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards: 16 hours

KY Dept. of Insurance: 17 CE hours (including 2 hours of Ethics)

Enrolled Agents and AFSP Participants: 16 hours total
Federal Tax Law: 11 hours
Federal Tax Law Updates: 3 hours
Ethics: 2 hours

Kentucky Bar Association CLE credit: 14.25 hours total
General: 12.5 hours
Ethics: 1.75 hours

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