The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is kicking of its annual tax seminar series next week.
This is the 36th year the department has held the one-day seminars.
The goal is to give tax professionals the latest information about changes to state tax law, policies and procedures, as well as any new initiatives within the department.
Trevor Monk, spokesman for the department, said this year’s agenda will include information on recent changes to online tax collection, the latest technology updates and modernization of the state’s tax system.
There will also be segments on identity theft by the department’s fraud investigation unit.
“These seminars are a great opportunity for tax professionals to hear firsthand from experienced professionals about new initiatives and changes to state tax laws, policies, and procedures in an easy and understandable way,” said Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell.
The seminars are open to all tax professionals, including tax attorneys, tax preparers and accountants.
The seminar series begins in Monroe County at the Pocono Manor Inn in Mount Pocono on Sept. 18.
Other stops in the Greater Lehigh Valley include Sept. 20 at the Homewood Suites by Hilton in Center Valley.
On Oct. 18 the seminar will be held at the Inn at Reading in Wyomissing.
For a full list of seminars click HERE.