CCH Offers Audio Conference to Bring Tax Practitioners Up-to-Date
CCH Tax and Accounting (CCH), is sponsoring an audio conference devoted to the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 and the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004 on Friday, November 5, at 1:00 p.m. Central time.
Understanding the New Tax Changes: Expert Guidance from CCH Tax and Accounting on the New 2004 American Jobs and Working Families Tax Acts is a 100-minute audio conference that offers tax professionals a quick and cost-effective way to get up to speed on two major pieces of tax legislation, ask questions of an expert analyst and earn two hours of CPE credit.
CCH has followed the new laws through every stage of the legislative process and has devoted thousands of hours to reporting and analyzing these complex additions and changes to the tax code, which provide many opportunities and challenges for taxpayers and their advisors. Participants will get a clear overview of the sweeping 2004 tax legislation and will learn what they must do about it, right now, to benefit their clients or business. They will also be able to submit questions to the presenter live during the conference. An unlimited number of firm members can participate in the conference for a single per-site charge of only $295.
For more information or to register for the audio conference, go to tax.cchgroup.com/TaxAct or call 800-775-7654. The per-site fee for the conference is $295 and includes two hours of CPE credit for the first registrant. Additional registrants can receive the CPE credit for $25 each. A CD-ROM of the conference can also be purchased at the time of registration for an additional $150.
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