We would like to invite you our dynamic community dedicated to promoting the education, interests, and professional development of tax preparers. The National Society of Tax Professionals, founded in 1985, is an influential association and an IRS Tax Pro Association Partner. Our members run the gamut of tax preparation practice: CPAs, EAs (Enrolled Agents), bookkeepers, and credentialed tax preparers working in small and large businesses, in corporations and private business, and self-employed. To promote the accurate preparation of clients’ taxes, NSTP members are privy to vibrant programs that enhance their professional growth. Membership will provide you with technical information, updates on tax changes, and professional networking opportunities to help advance your career.
Award Winning Education
Soar to new heights with NSTP Education! The National Society of Tax Professionals (NSTP) is the premier professional membership organization exclusively for tax preparers. NSTP is a place for you to access outstanding professional learning opportunities from home, seminars near you, or a beautiful Education Destination like Cabo San Lucas or Napa Valley. Choose from a growing number of workshops, federal tax updates, live webinars, on-demand webinars, and more to create your ideal education experience. You’ll be informed and inspired by networking with other tax pros and our expert instructors. NSTP’s programming is 100% premier content that can be applied to help you soar to new heights in your tax practice.
Do you sometimes have tax questions that you can’t find the answers for? Included in the annual membership fee, NSTP Members receive 6 FREE questions to the Tax Helpline.
In the ever-changing world of taxes and business it is important to keep up with the technical changes as well as overall trends in the tax profession.
Tax Research Service
Tax Research Service is an expanded research source available to both members and non-members. You will be provided with a written report including tax sources, tax code and tax law cites as appropriate.
Latest Tax News
The IRS encourages electronic payment of any tax due whether it be estimates through EFTPS or Direct Pay at irs.gov or a tax liability on the individual tax return.
Retirees who turned 72 during 2022, and deferred their first required minimum distribution (RMD), are reminded that Saturday, April 1, 2023, is the last day to begin receiving payments from Individ
The IRS posted frequently asked questions (FAQs) that addr
The IRS warns employers to beware of third parties promoting improper Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claims.