Latino Tax Fest (Virtual) 2020 to take place October 27-29

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Just in case you haven’t heard and are looking for some year-end CPE, IRS CE credits or CTEC credits, look no further! Latino Tax Fest (virtually) kicks off in four days and is offering a wide variety of classes and speakers. Latino Tax Fest is unique in that most of the classes are offered in English and Spanish, and many courses are focused to help tax professionals deal with international clients.

Key topics covered in the event are:

  • CARES Act
  • Family First Coronavirus Response Act
  • IRS People First Initiative
  • Immigrants, Visas and Taxes
  • IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service
  • Reporting Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts
  • And many more!

Classes run from 8:00 to 4:30 Pacific Standard Time on Tuesday and Wednesday, and from 8:00 to 4:50 on Thursday.

In addition to the variety of classes available, the Tax Fest boasts a virtual exhibit hall with most of the vendors you want to be doing business with.

You can find the full details of the event at www.latinotaxfest.com

Registration is only $399, which includes 1 FREE state specific webinar featuring the latest state updates in either California, Arizona, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Florida, New York and/or New Jersey.

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Gary DeHart
Gary DeHart has worked in media for more than 25 years and has been instrumental in developing new revenue streams and business opportunities for the companies he has worked for. Prior to launching Insightful Accountant (formerly Intuitive Accountant), Gary was the Associate Publisher of Accounting Today. Prior to working in media serving the public accounting market, he worked in media for employee benefit managers and brokers, automotive design, textile manufacturing and recreational boating. In addition to being the Publisher and Managing Partner of Insightful Accountant, Gary works with select clients within the accounting market on channel development and growth. He is an Assistant Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America, enjoys fly fishing, time on the beach, cooking on the Big Green Egg and spending time with his family.