Live Web Seminar
Professionalism for Retirement Plan Professionals
Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013, noon PT to 12:50pm PT, 3pm ET to 3:50pm ET;
Thursday, March 28, 2013, noon PT to 12:50pm PT, 3pm ET to 3:50pm ET; or
Thursday, April 25, 2013, noon PT to 12:50pm PT, 3pm ET to 3:50pm ET.
Each Enrolled Retirement Plan Agent is required to complete a minimum of 16 hours of continuing education credits, including 2 hours of ethics or professional conduct, each year of an enrollment cycle. This live web seminar is designed to provide 1 credit hour of professional conduct. We will discuss what Circular 230 is, what constitutes practice before the IRS, and who can practice before the IRS, including the differences between unrestricted and restricted practice before the IRS. We will also discuss the functions of the IRS’ Office of Professional Responsibility, conduct which could result in censure, suspension or disbarment from practice before the IRS, and the sanctions for violating Circular 230. This seminar is 50 minutes long and is designed to meet ASPPA’s and NIPA’s requirements for 1 CE credit. The IRS has approved this program for 1 ERPA CPE credit.
Email any questions which you would like to have addressed during this live web seminar to email@example.com.
This seminar is $50 for each individual to attend. Group packages are available
through our All Seminar Package and Consulting Support Agreement package.
Payment can be made by check or by credit card.
Payment information can be obtained when we contact you for confirmation of your registration, or you
can pay by credit card after registering.
Registration can be cancelled for a full refund if cancellation is received by 5 days before the webinar.
Refunds will not be made if cancellation is made within 5 days of the date of the webinar.
If you are not completely satisfied with this live web seminar, we will provide you with a credit
toward attending another live web seminar sponsored by Erisafile.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments, suggestions, or complaints.