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This program is sponsored by University of Vermont Extension

If you attend the entire session, you will be awarded twelve-hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. Date: September 15—16, 2009

Location: Champlain Valley Exposition Essex Junction, VT Coordinators and Instructors: Glenn Rogers, Professor University of Vermont Extension Program Seminar: This twelve-hour seminar is for those who are new or returning to Income Tax Preparation and want a course in basic tax preparation for a professional. The first day of the course is based on the 1040 form, many of the forms and adjustments that feed into that summary, and how the income and expenses impact taxes. On Sept. 16th we will focus exclusively on Vermont taxes which will provide the new practitioner all the forms, rules, websites, contacts and details on completing the Vermont income tax returns. An essential course for new practitioners and an excellent review for practitioners who may want a “touch up” prior to the tax season. . If you require accommodations to participate in this program, please contact Celine Bernier at 1-866-260-5561 or 1-802-334-7325 by September 7, 2009. Time: 7:45 am - Refreshments Sept 15th 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Program Sept 16th 8:30 am –Noon Program Cost: Deadline: $195 Postmarked by August 31 Space is limited $235 after August 31

2009 Introduction to Tax Preparation

Early Registration: Late Registration: Cancellation Policy:

More than 15 days before school - $50 fee Less than 15 days before school - $100 fee Except for medical or family emergency. Includes: Instruction, refreshments, lunch, and Introduction to Tax Preparation Workbook. Directions may be found at the following website www.cvexpo.org. For more information or questions: Contact Glenn Rogers at 1-800-639-2130 or 1-802-524-6501 or Celine Bernier at 1-866-260-5561 or 1-802-334-7325 http://www.uvm.edu/extension/taxschool

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 & Wednesday, September 16,

2009 Introduction to Tax Preparation
Gloria Hobson has served in numerous roles with the Vermont Department of Taxes. She has more than 20 years experience and has taught at the Vermont Tax Practitioners Association and the UVM Extension Income Tax School for many years. She brings the highly complicated Vermont tax law to the introductory level thus gaining excellent audience reviews. Introductory Tax Preparation Seminar is designed for those who are new or returning to tax preparation and want a course in basic tax preparation for a professional. This seminar is also a good review for practitioners who may want to “touch up” prior to the tax season. Topics: Income- taxable or not Expenses- deductible or not Introduction to schedule C Ordinary vs. capital gains income Self-employment Depreciation Sales of business assets Capital gains Introduction to schedule F Vermont filing and forms Vermont tax laws and rules 2009 ARRA and Vermont Tax changes

Introduction to Income Tax Preparation Registration Name___________________________ Organization_____________________ Address_________________________ City/State/Zip____________________ Phone___________________________ Email___________________________ PLEASE REGISTER ON-LINE www.uvm.edu/extension/taxschool Visa and MasterCard accepted Or mail this registration form with check payable to: UVM Extension c/o Celine Bernier 338 Highland Ave., Suite 3 Newport, VT 05855 Fee Enclosed: $195 postmarked by August 31 $235 after August 31 Future brochures may be electronic. Please provide current email address!

Instructors: Guido van der Hoeven Extension Specialist Farm Management and Taxation North Carolina State University Research Interest: Income taxation of individuals and business entities, machinery economics, the profitable continuation of “family firms” to succeeding generations, and farm business management. Specialty: Current Extension responsibilities are to provide resources and program leadership in the areas of taxation, estate planning, farm management, and agricultural information systems. As Director of the Income Tax Schools, he provides leadership to this Extension program to benefit tax payers as well as professional tax preparers in the state of North Carolina.


				
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