The National Society of Tax Professionals (NSTP) is dedicated to serving the tax professional. Founded in 1985, NSTP is a non-profit organization.
NSTP is committed to helping its members attain the greatest expertise, proficiency, and competency in all areas of the tax profession. NSTP exists to equip our members to be qualified to effectively provide professional tax preparation services for their clients.
For nearly 30 years, NSTP has endeavored to support the tax professional community with top quality education delivered by knowledgeable, accomplished instructors. Instructors teach not only about the tax law but how to apply complex tax rules to an individual client's situation. NSTP primarily presents live education – DVDs, self-study courses and webinars are also available. Our presentations are approved for Continuing Education credits with the IRS, NASBA and CTEC.
A multitude of benefits are available to the NSTP member. The Federal Tax Alert, the NSTP newsletter issued 10 times a year, is jam-packed with meaningful and discerning articles. NSTP produces a client newsletter, Tax News, which our members can brand with their own logo and send to their clients. NSTP provides a Tax Research Hotline with unlimited calls available to members. Members earn Dividend Reward points with every purchase and can apply the points for a reduction in future education costs. NSTP members enjoy discounts and special offers through our Affinity Program.
NSTP maintains a high level of contact with the Internal Revenue Service. NSTP members are sought out for their experience and expertise by the IRS whenever new initiatives or programs are being reviewed.
To provide tax professionals with quality education and resources to achieve excellence.
The National Society of Tax Professionals is the nation’s premier organization providing educational benefits to the tax professional community one member at a time.
Provide a strong national and professional membership organization that speaks for the rights and interests of individual tax professionals.
Establish an identity with the taxpaying public. NSTP believes that tax preparation, consulting, tax planning, and so on, encapsulates an industry of its own and should be recognized as such.
Educate the general public with respect to the educational and professional skills demanded of today's tax profession.
Elevate the acceptance and prestige of the tax professional.
Promote high standards of competence and ethics within the profession.
Promote mutual respect, cooperation and communication between the Internal Revenue Service and tax professionals.
Sponsor educational programs designed to enhance professional ability and knowledge.