When

Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 12:30 PM EDT
-to-
Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 11:40 AM EDT

Add to Calendar 

Where

Westin Lake Mary, Orlando North 
2974 International Pkwy
Lake Mary, FL 32746
 

 
Driving Directions 

Contact

Ali Schneider, QAS, CMEM, EVP 
Florida Society of Enrolled Agents 
855-364-3732 
evp@fseaonline.org 
 

FSEA CONVENTION 2017 

 June 22-24, 2017

Members pay just $440.00, Non-members pay only $515.00 (before the discount is applied)

Westin Hotel, Lake Mary - Orlando North
The room rate is just $106.00, remember to book early.
Call 800.937.8461 - Mention the FSEA. 

Save Big with the FSEA Loyalty Program

  • If you attended Convention 2016, a $50.00 discount is available.
  • If you attended both days of the January 2017 Workshop, that’s another $25.00.

And that adds up to big savings!!

Use the following discount codes on your registration form. If you do not add the code and select APPLY, you will not receive the discount. The discount is offered only during the registration process.

Discount Codes:

  • January 2017 Workshops, Both Days - JANLOYAL
  • Convention 2016 - CONLOYAL
  • Both Days January 2017 and Convention 2016 - CONJANLOYAL

Outstanding speakers  * A La Carte Learning - 16CE with an optional 2CE available - $25.00

**Bonus CE Presentation: 

Roger Nemeth, EA - IRS Statutes of Limitation Dates: ASED, RSED, & CSED 

This class will cover the three primary IRS Statute of Limitation Dates including definitions, applications and how to calculate them.

And a Complimentary Lunch and Learn- 11 AM -12:15, Thursday, June 22 hosted by: 

 Sponsored by Michael Rozbruch's Tax & Business Solutions Academy

Michael Rozbruch is a nationally recognized entrepreneur, a pioneer in the tax resolution industry and the leader of this training and consulting services company that trains CPAs, Attorneys and Enrolled Agents to build highly profitable practices through proven marketing systems and strategies. He is an expert in tax resolution marketing, sales, managing the client relationship and knows firsthand how to build, run and operate a best practice IRS Problem client niche practice.

Can Michael Rozbruch Teach You How to Build a Tax Resolution Practice?

Instructors:

Don Rosenberg, EA, NTPIF - Ethics

Jeffrey Schneider, EA, CTRS, NTPIF  - Gambling, and Taxes – Deal Me In! * Collection Resolution and Forms 433 & 656 with Case Study 

Travis Greaves, Attorney and T. Joshua Wu, Attorney -

The Ethical & Tax Implications from the Legalization of Marijuana * Nuts & Bolts of an IRS Audit, * Giddy'UP Partner: Overview of the New IRS Partnership Audit Rules * The New World of Offshore Tax Transparency

Nina Tross, MBA, EA - Payroll / Independent Contractor Issues * Corporate Tax Issues / Returns / Basis * Schedule C, Business Tax Deductions, Business Substantiations * 1099-A and 1099-C, Insolvency, Form 982 etc.


Ethics (2CE), Understanding 433 W/ Case Study (4CE) and Overview of the New Partnership Audit Rules (2CE) are not included in the Ala Carte Learning Options 


** A Dropbox link to the speaker handouts will be emailed to registrants prior to the event. Paper copies will not be available for distribution. We encourage you to Go Paperless and upload the information to your device. Power strips will be available at designated tables.

ATTENTION NEW ENROLLED AGENTS
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND...FSEA NEWBIE 101

Friday, June 23 for new Enrolled Agents 

ONLY $129 Registration Fee and that includes lunch with the group!

Newbie Program: A New and Expanded 2017 Program - Now 8CE 

  • Beginning Audits -  Jeffrey Schneider, EA, CTRS, NTPI Fellow

This course will introduce the attendees to the world of IRS Tax Examinations.  We will discuss how we, as Circular 230 Practitioners, can best represent your client and what the IRS looks for per their own Internal Revenue Manual and Audit Technique Guides.

  • Introduction to Practice - Don Rosenberg, EA, NTPI Fellow

In this course, the new EA will learn what practice before the IRS means.  You will learn the structure of the IRS, including the operating divisions and the function of exam, collections, and appeal.  You will also learn who can practice before the IRS and why is important to practice before the IRS. 

We will discuss the taxpayers right to representation and consultation.  The concept of privilege will be explored as we learn how to prepare a form 2848 and taxpayers rights, including best practices for us.

We will briefly explain the representation process as it relates to non-filers, exam, collection and appeals.  
  • Join the group for Ethics & Overview of the New Partnership Audit Rules

For Newbie 101 registration, click here