By: Barry Ward & Jeff Lewis, OSU Income Tax Schools
Tax provisions related to new legislation as well as continued discussion related to COVID-related legislation for both individuals and businesses are among the topics to be discussed during the upcoming OSU Income Tax Schools offered throughout Ohio in October, November, and December.
The annual series is designed to help tax preparers learn about federal tax law changes and updates for this year as well as learn more about issues they may encounter when filing individual and small business 2022 tax returns.
OSU Income Tax Schools are intermediate-level courses that focus on interpreting tax regulations and changes in tax law to help tax preparers, accountants, financial planners, and attorneys advise their clients. The schools offer continuing education credit for certified public accountants, enrolled agents, attorneys, annual filing season preparers and certified financial planners.
Attendees also receive a class workbook that alone is an extremely valuable reference as it offers over 600 pages of material including helpful tables and examples that will be valuable to practitioners. Summaries of the chapters in this year’s workbook can be viewed at this site:
A sample chapter from a past workbook can be found at:
This year, OSU Income Tax Schools will offer both in-person schools and an online virtual school presented over the course of four afternoons.
October 27-28, Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed, Gibsonburg/Fremont
October 31-November 1, Presidential Banquet Center, Kettering/Dayton
November 3-4, Old Barn Restaurant & Grill, Lima
November 8-9, Muskingum County Conference and Welcome Center, Zanesville
November 21-22, Ashland University, John C. Meyers Convocation Center, Ashland
November 29-30, Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, Columbus
December 5-6, Hartville Kitchen, Hartville
Virtual On-Line School presented via Zoom:
November 7, 10, 14 & 18, 12:30 – 4:45 p.m.
Register two weeks prior to the school date for the two-day tax school early-bird registration fee of $400. This includes all materials, lunches, and refreshments. The deadline to enroll is 10 business days prior to the date of each school. After the early-bird deadline, the fee increases to $450.
Additionally, the 2022 Checkpoint Federal Tax Handbook is available to purchase by participants for a discounted fee of $60 each. Registration information and the online registration portal can be found online at:
In addition to the tax schools, the program offers a separate, two-hour ethics webinar that will broadcast Thursday, Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. The webinar is $25 for school attendees and $50 for non-attendees and is approved by the IRS and the Ohio Accountancy Board for continuing education credit.
A webinar on Ag Tax Issues will be held Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 8:45 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
If you are a tax practitioner that represents farmers or rural landowners or are a farmer or farmland owner that prepares your own taxes, this five-hour webinar is for you. It will focus on key topics and new legislation related specifically to those income tax returns.
Registration, which includes the Ag Tax Issues workbook, is $160 if registered at least two weeks prior to the webinar. After November 29, registration is $210. Register by mail or on-line at https://go.osu.edu/agissues2022.
Participants may contact Ward at 614-688-3959, email@example.com or Jeff Lewis at 614-247-1720, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.