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President's Message
Our upcoming education consists of several multi state seminars. The first and second have already been held and according to the evaluations, were a success. A third will be in Wilkes-Barre at the Woodlands on August 6th with New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Berkheimer. A fourth one rounds out our multi states at the King of Prussia Doubletree on August 13th with New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Berkheimer Collections.

Our next educational event will be a basic tax course held over three days on October 21-23 at the Eden Resort in Lancaster. This is meant to teach a first timer the basics of tax preparation. The third day is strictly Pennsylvania state and locals. It would be a good refresher for prior preparers as well and you can register only for the third day or all three days.
Kathryn Bowman

The Annual Conference will be held November 5-6 at the Comfort Suites in downtown Carlisle. Look for more information on this later. It is looking to be a grand meeting you will not want to miss. You can register for all education on the National website under Chapters. To see more particulars on all our education, look to our state website, the next newsletter, the National website under the Pennsylvania Chapter or through the Chapter Weekly email sent from National.

I request any of you to share your ideas and suggestions concerning the PA Chapter directly to me though or phone. We would always welcome anytime you can spare to help us, too. It could be as short as just helping at a seminar one time or becoming a board member and serving the Chapter.

Kathryn Bowman, EA
PA-NATP President

What's New: (9/15/15):

Updated the PA-NATP Calendar

Added a new link with IRS' Training and Communication Tools for Tax Professionals

Download a copy of the proposed bylaws. They will be voted on at our Annual Membership Meeting in Carlisle on Nov 5th.

Is Your Business Filing the Proper Cash Transaction Forms? Read the IRS' Form 8300 article

Use these forms to order your Quickfinder products and Tax Books

Added the Spring Newsletter

Read an IRS news release about Proposed Regulations Offer Guidelines for New State-Sponsored ABLE Accounts for People with Disabilities

The IRS Return Preparer Office is pilotting a new program to view information in PTIN accounts about "Returns Filed per PTIN". View the intro letter and screen shot.

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