CPA Continuing Professional Education Tax Classes
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Our CPA CPE tax course is designed for individuals who are looking for a 14 hour Continuing Professional Education (CPE) course in the field of taxation. Satisfy your 14 hours of CPE credit with the successful completion of our CPE for CPAs..
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If you are not completely satisfied with our CPE CPE course, we will offer you a full refund within thirty days of purchasing. No refunds given for group orders or to students who have completed more than one quiz or any of the final exams.
Platinum Tax School offers group discounts for three or more students. Call us at 877 315-1772 for more information.
Our CPA CPE 2 Hour Ethics for the Tax Practitioner tax class is designed for CPAs who are looking to complete two hours of education in ethics. Topics discussed include ethical issues for the tax practitioner including practices and procedures involving the possession of tax records, understanding how to properly disclose fees charged for the preparation of taxes and understanding the definitions of when a tax practitioner is acting in a disreputable or incompetent manner.
Our CPA CPE 14 Hour Individual and Small Business Entities tax class is designed for CPAs who are looking to complete a tax course that will meet the 14 hour Continuing Professional Education requirement and review small business and depreciation tax topics. Topics include profit and loss for sole proprietorship business entities, the depreciation of property, and tax changes related to businesses and depreciation of property.
Our CPA CPE 14 Hour Business Entities tax class is designed for CPAs who are looking to complete a tax course that will meet the 14 hour CPE requirement and review business entities including sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. The CPA CPE course covers business entities tax topics, Partnerships, S and C corporations. Topics include business income, expenses, gains, losses, contributions of capital and distributions of income.