I know that it seems like tax season just ended yesterday when you made the mad rush to the post office to get your tax return mailed on time before the government slapped you with a penalty for being late. Well, that was over four months ago, and we're already thinking about preparing your taxes for next year. It’s never too early to start planning what you want to deduct and then do some research to see if you can take any other deductions, because we’re all trying to pay the least amount of taxes as possible, but still pay our fair share. Some of you may be certified tax preparers, which means you prepare tax returns for other people and they put your name on their tax forms as the preparer.
People who are IRS Registered Tax Preparers or Enrolled Agents have continuing education requirements, which are deemed necessary in order to keep up with the latest changes in the tax code. All preparers must make sure they are up to date on their knowledge so they complete tax returns correctly and accurately. If you are a tax preparer, you can visit FastForwardAcademy.Com and check about free CPE credits. They also have practice exams and test banks to make sure you have retained the material presented in the courses.
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