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The IRS Nationwide Tax Forum Will Be Virtual for 2020!

Due to public health and safety concerns resulting from the COVID-19 health emergency, the 2020 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will be offered virtually. All in-person 2020 IRS Nationwide Tax Forums have been canceled. The Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will consist of 30 online webinars, presented live at various times between July 21 and August 20, 2020. The webinar topics and schedule will be released shortly.

The Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will consist of 30 live-streamed webinars between July 21, 2020 and August 20, 2020. The confirmed webinar topics and schedule will be released shortly.

To view FAQs for the 2020 Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, click here.

To Register, click here.

Registration for 2020 Virtual Tax Forum is Now Open!

Registration Costs

Like the in-person Tax Forum, participants will pay one single price to register and have access to all 30 live webinars.

Early Bird Rate Standard Rate
$240/person $289/person
Until 6/15/2020 5:00PM Eastern Time After 6/15/2020 5:00PM Eastern Time

*$10 off the Early Bird Rate. NSTP Members can login to our website to find the Partner code.

Unlike the in-person Tax Forum, attendees must sign up for each webinar that they plan to attend. For all attendees registered to attend the 2020 Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, the ability to sign up for individual webinars will be available in your Tax Forum account as soon as the webinar topics and schedule are announced. Closer to the webinar dates, registered attendees will receive the webinar links and login information.

Already Registered for a 2020 Tax Forum?

Attendees currently registered to attend one of the in-person IRS Nationwide Tax Forums will have the option to easily transfer their registration to the Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum. To transfer your registration, simply:

  • Log in to your Tax Forum account
  • Click the "Transfer Registration(s) to Virtual Tax Forum" button on the "My Registrations" tab.
  • Click "Transfer" on the next screen
  • Select "Virtual Tax Forum" and click "Add Transfer Request"
  • Click "Submit"

***For individuals who have already registered for an in-person Tax Forum, there is no additional cost to transfer your registration to the Virtual Tax Forum. Any payments already made for the in-person Tax Forum will be applied to your registration for the Virtual Tax Forum.

Attendees who registered for the in-person Tax Forum but do not wish to register for the Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum can receive a refund. All refund requests for attendees who registered for the in-person Tax Forum must be made, in writing, by 5:00PM EST on June 15, 2020. After this date, registrations for the in-person 2020 IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will be automatically converted to registrations for the 2020 Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum and the no refund policy will be in effect. To request a refund, please email refund@irstaxforum.com.

What If I Booked a Hotel Room?

If you booked a hotel room for the in-person Tax Forum using the special, discounted Tax Forum booking links provided on our website, the hotel will cancel your hotel sleeping room automatically. However, if you booked your hotel room outside of our Tax Forum room block (e.g. using Expedia, Kayak, Hotels.com, etc.), you will need to cancel your hotel room through the supplier you used. The Tax Forum team has no control over reservations booked outside the room block.

Earning CE Credits

Each live webinar will last for approximately 60 minutes and will qualify for one CE credit. CE Certificates listing credits for all webinars attended during the Virtual IRS Nationwide Tax Forum will be emailed to participants at the conclusion of the Tax Forum in August. While no knowledge-based test is required, attendees must fulfill all of the following requirements to receive CE credit for a webinar:

  • Be present for the entire 60-minute presentation
  • Respond to all polling questions throughout the presentation
  • Complete the survey at the end of the presentation