IRS Announces 2005 Nationwide Tax Forum dates


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D. Stussy

Today, it appears that the IRS has decided on the 2005
Nationwide Tax Forum dates and locations. [I checked
yesterday and such wasn't available.]

Of note:
1) On-line registration for the conference itself begins
April 1.
2) No hotel or room rate information was available. The
"hotel info" link actually linked to a .PDF copy of the
internal memo identifying the dates and cities.
3) It appears that there will be TWO western states
editions - San Francisco and Las Vegas.
 
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Harlan Lunsford

D. Stussy said:
Today, it appears that the IRS has decided on the 2005
Nationwide Tax Forum dates and locations. [I checked
yesterday and such wasn't available.]

Of note:
1) On-line registration for the conference itself begins
April 1.
2) No hotel or room rate information was available. The
"hotel info" link actually linked to a .PDF copy of the
internal memo identifying the dates and cities.
3) It appears that there will be TWO western states
editions - San Francisco and Las Vegas.
And what is a "high holiday"?

ChEAr$,
Harlan Lunsford, EA n LA

Moderator:
I meant a "High Holy Day". My Holy Days of obligation are
the ACC Tournament.
 
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Helen P. OPlanick EA

2) No hotel or room rate information was available.

I have it if anyone wants it.

And all those that have enjoyed my teaching style - feel
free to let NAEA know that. :) Other folks are picking
teachers and I enjoy it and would like to continue... <G>

(e-mail address removed)...<G>

Helen, EA in PA
Director, NAEA; Immediate Past President, PSEA; Tax Expert, AOL
Enrolled Agents - THE Tax Professionals
 
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Harlan Lunsford

Harlan said:
D. Stussy wrote:
Today, it appears that the IRS has decided on the 2005
Nationwide Tax Forum dates and locations. [I checked
yesterday and such wasn't available.]

Of note:
1) On-line registration for the conference itself begins
April 1.
2) No hotel or room rate information was available. The
"hotel info" link actually linked to a .PDF copy of the
internal memo identifying the dates and cities.
3) It appears that there will be TWO western states
editions - San Francisco and Las Vegas.
And what is a "high holiday"?
Moderator:
I meant a "High Holy Day". My Holy Days of obligation are
the ACC Tournament.
Learn something every day. And here I thought it referred to
TAX PAID alcoholic beverages of 86 proof.

(see? TAX related.

Hope you're on the mend by now.

ChEAr$,
Harlan Lunsford, EA n LA
 
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D. Stussy

2) No hotel or room rate information was available.
I have it if anyone wants it.
Hotel info is now available on their web site, but as a .PDF
(for those who don't have Adobe's reader integrated into
their web browser).
 

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