2021 Annual Meeting & Seminar

Massachusetts / Rhode Island NATP Chapter Annual Meeting & Educational Seminar October 16th 2021







Join the Massachusetts / Rhode Island NATP Chapter on Saturday, October 16th 2021 for our Annual Meeting & Educational Seminar. This all day event will be held at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center. We are offering both in-person and virtual option via webinar. Registration details are below, and is handled online by National. Take a look at the details on our speaker and topics provided in this great Continuing Education  opportunity including continental breakfast, snacks, lunch, vendors and great networking opportunities (In-Person). This seminar is limited to the First 100 Registrants!


  • For online registration FOR IN PERSON MEETING, click here.
  • For online registration FOR VIRTUAL MEETING, click here.
  • To register by phone, fax or mail, click for the registration form.
  • After October 14th, please print the form (see link above) and register at the door.

Registration 7:00 am to 8:00 am (Continental Breakfast Included)
Education 8:00 am to 6:00 pm (Webinar Log-in 7:55 am)
Annual Meeting Prior to Lunch (Lunch Included)

CE Credits -
9 Federal Tax Law Topics FOR IN-PERSON Attendees Only


Speaker - John Sheeley, EA


Topics:

  • Schedule E-Beyond the Basics: Deciding which activities belong on a Schedule E or another Schedule like C, F or even line 21. Analyze appropriateness of IRC 121.
  • Crowd Funding: Raising funds for charitable purposes, business start-ups and medical funds and how to report them.
  • Data Security in the Tax Office: Best practices as suggested by industry and the IRS Security Summit.
  • S Corps: Options and misconceptions.
  • Taxation of Crypto Currencies: Overview of IRS related postion on reporting and examination and how to complete due diligence.




Chester, New York based John Sheeley, EA began his career in the tax industry in 1987, passing the IRS special enrollment exam in 1995. His career includes 13 years as a multi-unit franchisee of a national tax firm and 5 years as a tax manager at a regional CPA firm in New York. A National Tax Practice Institute fellow, John completed his undergraduate education at the State University of New York at Oswego.

John formed his current tax services firm in 2008, with a focus on the tax and representation needs of U.S. citizens living abroad, and non‐resident alien entrepreneurs and entertainers living and working in the United States. The Firm prepares the occasional cannabis industry and crypto currency tax return.

John is also the founder of Tax Practice Pro, Inc, a national continuing education provider. His current teaching focus centers on taxation of legal marijuana businesses, problems of S corps, and taxation of non-resident aliens and those living abroad. He can be reached at john@taxpracticepro.com




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