IRS's online program gives small businesses a head start on the upcoming tax filing season
This annual program picks up where the December program ended ("Getting Ready for the Filing Season 2008: Part 1 (Individuals"). The show's panel of experts will discuss business tax return issues for small businesses and self-employed taxpayers, recent tax law changes and updates for the 2007 tax year, IRS regulations, business credits, common errors, and processing issues which impact filing business returns for the 2007 tax year.
Sponsored by the IRS, Tax Talk Today is a free, live, monthly interactive Web cast aimed at educating tax professionals and their business clients on the most contemporary and complex tax issues. They are encouraged to watch and submit questions. Tax professionals in need of continuing education credits (CECs) are eligible to receive one CEC by viewing the January 8th Webcast. Click on Continuing Education at the TTT Web site for more information.
The one-hour live programs begin at 2 p.m. ET on the second Tuesday of each month except April and August. In addition to viewing live Webcasts and archived programs, listening to audio podcasts and reading show transcripts, subscribers can order audio and video recordings from the Tax Talk Today Web site.
To access the Webcast at no charge, viewers can register online . Tax Talk Today can be viewed with Windows Media Player and Real Player. Both players are free software that may already be installed on your computer. If not, click the link for Installing System Software to view Internet Broadcast under "How to View."
If you missed any of the programs, the Webcasts are accessible for viewing via archive for 12 months at Tax Talk Today. A transcript of the show is also available, as well as an audio podcast. For more information on future programs, go to the TTT Web site and select Upcoming Programs.
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