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40th Annual Delaware Federal and State Tax Institute

Department of Finance | Date Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2016



Statewide, DE – This year marks the 40th year in which the Delaware Division of Revenue, in conjunction with the Internal Revenue Service, will bring Delaware tax preparers and professionals together for training through the Annual Federal and State Tax Institute.

Each year the Institute provides certified public accountants, tax preparers, and professionals with the training they need to remain current with tax rules and regulations. The goal of the Institute is to update, clarify, and explain federal and state tax law reporting requirements, as well as provide coverage of any new tax law developments. This year’s presenters include representatives from the IRS, the Delaware Division of Revenue, and the Maryland Revenue Administration Division.

“Our presenters bring years of experience and in-depth knowledge to their presentations, making complex tax issues easier to understand,” said Delaware Division of Revenue Director, Patrick Carter. “Attendees will leave feeling confident with their knowledge for the 2016 tax season.”

The Registration fee for the Tax Institute is $50.00, and includes all course materials, a continental breakfast, and a certificate of completion. Dates and locations are as follows:

  • Mon., December 5, 2016 – Dover Downs Conference Center, Kent
  • Tues., December 6, 2016 – Atlantic Sands Rehoboth Beach, Sussex
  • Fri., December 9, 2016 – University of Delaware Clayton Hall, New Castle

CPE and CE credits will be available with complete attendance; no half or partial credits will be given. For more information, or to register, visit http://revenue.delaware.gov/calendar.shtml; call (302) 577-8681 or email christine.hambleton@state.de.us; or call (302) 577-8688 or email carol.thomas@state.de.us.

 

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Leslie A. Poland
Public Information Officer
Delaware Department of Finance
(302) 577-8522
leslie.poland@state.de.us

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40th Annual Delaware Federal and State Tax Institute

Department of Finance | Date Posted: Thursday, November 17, 2016



Statewide, DE – This year marks the 40th year in which the Delaware Division of Revenue, in conjunction with the Internal Revenue Service, will bring Delaware tax preparers and professionals together for training through the Annual Federal and State Tax Institute.

Each year the Institute provides certified public accountants, tax preparers, and professionals with the training they need to remain current with tax rules and regulations. The goal of the Institute is to update, clarify, and explain federal and state tax law reporting requirements, as well as provide coverage of any new tax law developments. This year’s presenters include representatives from the IRS, the Delaware Division of Revenue, and the Maryland Revenue Administration Division.

“Our presenters bring years of experience and in-depth knowledge to their presentations, making complex tax issues easier to understand,” said Delaware Division of Revenue Director, Patrick Carter. “Attendees will leave feeling confident with their knowledge for the 2016 tax season.”

The Registration fee for the Tax Institute is $50.00, and includes all course materials, a continental breakfast, and a certificate of completion. Dates and locations are as follows:

  • Mon., December 5, 2016 – Dover Downs Conference Center, Kent
  • Tues., December 6, 2016 – Atlantic Sands Rehoboth Beach, Sussex
  • Fri., December 9, 2016 – University of Delaware Clayton Hall, New Castle

CPE and CE credits will be available with complete attendance; no half or partial credits will be given. For more information, or to register, visit http://revenue.delaware.gov/calendar.shtml; call (302) 577-8681 or email christine.hambleton@state.de.us; or call (302) 577-8688 or email carol.thomas@state.de.us.

 

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Leslie A. Poland
Public Information Officer
Delaware Department of Finance
(302) 577-8522
leslie.poland@state.de.us

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