2582W | OSCPA Live | November 10
OSCPA's 2023 Federal Tax Update - VIRTUAL
Friday, November 10, 2023 8:00am - 4:00pm
Ron Roberson, CPA, back by popular demand!
This one-day, no-frills program, taught by nationally-known speaker, Ron Roberson, CPA, will address all of the changes that affect business entities and individuals in the current year, as well as a detailed analysis of how the new tax laws will affect your business and individual tax clients. This course, kept up-to-date through the day before the course, will include relevant IRS notices, announcements and rulings and court cases for individuals and corporations.
Material will be updated up until the conference.
- Morning Session - Federal Tax Update (Business)
- Afternoon Session - Federal Tax Update (Individual)
Attendees can earn up to 8 hours of recommended CPE credit and 8 hours of CLE (Continuing Legal Education) credit.
In-Person Option: Would you rather join us in Oklahoma City? Register here to attend in-person.
- Understand recent developments as they impact businesses and individuals.
- Analyze entity choice and understand how to elect the proper entity.
- Gain reliable and proactive tax planning advice.
- Ron Roberson (view bio)
CPAs in public practice and industry who need the latest information on recent administrative and legislative federal tax updates
Morning Session - Federal Tax Update (Business)
Afternoon Session - Federal Tax Update (Individual)
Ron Roberson, CPA is a well-known tax lecturer who has more than 20 years of experience teaching throughout the United States. Ron annually speaks to thousands of tax professionals about the latest business and personal tax law developments, using his sense of humor and friendly speaking style to keep people coming back year after year. In addition to authoring multiple tax articles and manuals, Ron also continues to work with his partner in a tax and accounting practice in Sonora, Cali. Ron includes real-life examples from his practice to make tax issues come alive and help complicated subject matter make more sense.