|Full time Accounting Educator:||-62.00|
The above fees may not be reflective of the total event price. See below.
This unique program will provide you with an update and review of current issues from both perspectives of the IRS and Practitioners, as well as an opportunity to interact with IRS representatives. It will provide cutting-edge tools to assist clients with IRS issues.
CPE Credit: 8 hours
IRS CE (PTIN) Credit: Pending Approval
CLE-OR Credit: Pending Approval
Early Registration Fee (Register before 9/30/20): $110* / Registration fee (Register after 9/30/20): $125*
* This year, take advantage of extra savings on the all-virtual 2020 IRS/Practitioners Forum.
REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS for EAs, LTCs and LTPs:
The OSCPA is handling IRS CE (PTIN) credit information. To receive IRS CE (PTIN) credit, you must register with the exact name the IRS has on file. You must have a valid PTIN number listed on your profile (Click here to update). Discrepancies in name or PTIN number will delay the credit process and delivery of IRS approved CE certificates.
Conference is cosponsored by:
IRS, OAIA, OATC, ORSEA, OSB-TS, OSCPA, OSTC
Chuck Harwood has been Director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Northwest Regional Office located in Seattle, since 1989, except for 2009 through 2013 when he was Deputy Director and acting Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Through law enforcement and education initiatives, Chuck has worked for more than 30 years to prevent fraud, deception and promote privacy and information security in the marketplace. Chuck is also a commissioner on the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, a U.S. Department of the Interior agency that oversees federal laws promoting the marketing and sale of Native American arts and crafts. From 1983 to 1989, he was a counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Chuck graduated from Willamette University College of Law in Salem, OR, and Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA. He is a member of the Oregon State Bar and of the District of Columbia Bar.
Cathye Mason joined the Portland team in the Stakeholder Liaison Division of the Internal Revenue Service in October 2019, and she looks forward to making a positive contribution to practitioner and industry relationships with the IRS. Prior to her recent move, she spent over nine years as a Revenue Agent in the Small Business/Self-Employed Division in the Salem, Oregon office where she developed extensive knowledge of business tax law. She has held an active CPA license in Oregon since 2015. Before joining the IRS, she managed a small medical practice in southern Oregon for thirteen years and prepared tax returns for five seasons. She holds a BA in Geography from West Virginia University and a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting from Southern Oregon University.
Brian Wozniak is a Senior Tax Specialist with the Internal Revenue Service’s Stakeholder Liaison Division in Portland and works with tax professionals to identify ways the agency can be more responsive to customers’ needs. Brian works data breach and identity theft issues; IRS electronic services; and coordinates IRS outreach and education to the tax practitioner community and small business owners. Brian started working for the Internal Revenue Service approximately 27 years ago as a Tax Examiner in the Philadelphia Service Center. In 1994, Brian accepted a position in the Portland District Office where he has worked as a Lead Customer Service Representative and Functional Training Coordinator. Recognizing the taxpayer’s need for education to positively impact voluntary compliance, Brian joined the Taxpayer Education and Communication Function in 2001. Brian has earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Portland State University and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Edinboro University.