ImageOne Expands CPE Library to Include the Latest Tax Law Changes
Last week, ImageOne announced that it had updated its continuing professional education library to include the latest tax law changes from the Working Families Act. The update includes over 80 individual taxation courses in interactive and pdf downloadable versions. The SharpenUp CPE technology allows subscribers to easily navigate course lessons, provides online test taking with automatic responses to right and wring answers and instantaneous pdf certificates for immediate compliance.
The Working Families Act has been carefully studied and the course material has been updated to reflect the latest tax law changes. With over 5,000 continuing education customers, the website is becoming the application of choice for busy tax professionals. Unlike some competitors, SharpenUp CPE course material is published by practicing professionals with real life experience. “We know the challenges you face and our course material will help save you valuable time during the busy tax season. Our courses are technically accurate, easy to understand and most importantly, affordable”, says Lee Reams, Sr., Chief Technical Officer.
“The SharpenUp CPE technology is simple to use and even many computer novices are enjoying the ease of online learning”, added Lee Reams, Sr.. “We hope that advisors who have already met their CPE requirements for this year will use some of our 1-6 hour courses for a last minute update on the new tax law.”
Course material is accredited by NASBA, the IRS and CTEC and includes the latest 50 minute hour CPE credit requirements. ImageOne has over 25 years of experience supporting the needs of independent professionals.
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