What Would You Do?
An interactive webinar presented by
Melinda Garvin, EA, RTRP
As part of your Tax School registration, you have two opportunities to participate in this two-hour event:
Wednesday, December 12 at 1:00 p.m. or Friday, December 14 at 9:00 a.m.
Finally! An interactive, educational Ethics training that has you learning from real-life scenarios happening now in your office. Melinda’s teaching style will keep you involved as you participate in webinar activities focused on relevant situations.
Find out exactly what your requirements are per Cir 230 and ethical behavior required by the IRS. Learn what to look for in your office so that any non-compliance or weak areas can be corrected before the upcoming tax season.
What would you do if your office got audited? You’ll learn from other tax professionals who have encountered audits and find out what you need to do to pass.
Don’t miss one of the most informative Ethics sessions available. It is free and only offered to OSU Income Tax School registrants. Join Melinda for one of her two webinars for a fun, interactive training.
Participants completing the two-hour Ethics Webinar will qualify for the following continuing education credits:
Accountancy Board of Ohio (2 hours)
IRS Office of Professional Responsibility (2 hours)
For more information contact:
Barry Ward, Director
OSU Extension Tax School Program
About the Presenter:
Founder, President and Co-Owner
Foos-Garvin Accounting, Inc.
Melinda is a tax professional at Foos Garvin Accounting, LLP. in Ohio and has 30+ years of experience serving individual and businesses tax needs.
Melinda has been an instructor for National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP) for over 10 years and has served in the past on the Ohio NATP Chapter Board as the Education Director. Melinda has also been a presenter at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forums and instructed various tax classes for Ohio State University, Ohio State Bar Association, State Chapters of NAEA and local organizations.
Melinda’s instructor specialty is in Ethics and Securing Tax Offices; so, to further encourage tax professionals in office ‘best practices’, she authored the manual “Audit Proof the Tax Office” and has since then published a second manual called “Best Practices for the Tax Office”. Melinda has a strong aspiration to support the tax professional’s many sides of interactions with clients, IRS and the always needed education.