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CPE Link offers today's hot tax topics of interest to Enrolled Agents in both live webcasts and self-study format. You can satisfy all your continuing professional education requirements including your ethics/professional conduct hours.

TitleDateInstructorCredit 
1041 Preparation: Primer on Subchapter JAug 31Arthur Werner2Add to Cart
1041 Preparation: Understanding the IssuesAug 31Arthur Werner2Add to Cart
1041 Preparation: Line by Line ExplanationSep 1Arthur Werner3Add to Cart
Estate Administration Process - The Tax Practitioner's Guide Sep 1Arthur Werner2Add to Cart
Amending the 1040: Filing 1040XSep 6Eva Rosenberg
Kris Hix
2Add to Cart
TitleAuthorCreditFormatFee 
Estate and Financial Planning for the Older ClientArthur Werner2On-demand$49Add to Cart
Preparing the Challenging Form 990Stuart Sobel2On-demand$49Add to Cart
Uniform Capitalization Rules — IRC §263A OverviewGary Markowitz2On-demand$49Add to Cart
Part 2: Understand the More Common Book/Tax Differences that Impact Basic Tax ProvisionsShamen Dugger3On-demand$59Add to Cart
Part 3: Understand Additional Schedules Typically Found in Basic Tax ProvisionsShamen Dugger3On-demand$59Add to Cart

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