- NY Credits : 4.0
- TX Credits : 4.0
Ethics for New York Tax Professionals
Ethics for New York Tax Professionals is designed to meet the triennial ethics requirement for New York CPAs and tax professionals renewing their licenses. The course covers the areas of independence and Circular 230. In addition to meeting the State Board of Public Accountancy requirements, this course is designed to provide the CPA with a guide for identifying, evaluating and dealing with ethical dilemmas as well as giving guidance on the laws, rules and regulations that govern the CPA profession and helping the tax professional understand the rules and regulations governing the tax profession and the practical application of these rules in the daily operation of their businesses. The course illustrates the compliance requirements of Treasury Department Circular 230 as it applies to Enrolled Agents, CPAs, and attorneys in their practice before the Internal Revenue Service. This course includes video clips to demonstrate role plays, explain complex topics or showcase experts. Graphics may be animated to show processes and more questions are embedded throughout the course in addition to at the ends of chapters and in the final exam.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This course is NOT accredited for IRS professionals (EAs or AFSP).
Completion of Ethics for New York Tax Professionals will enable you to:
recognize an ethical dilemma,
discuss the New York Office of the Professions Laws, Rules and Regulations,
discuss the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct,
apply the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct to real life situations,
discuss Treasury Department Circular No. 230, and
apply Treasury Department Circular No. 230 to real life situations.