Federal Tax Update 2015

Prepare for tax season! Register for UGA's one-day session in seven Georgia cities. Earn the eight hours you need to meet IRS Continuing Education requirements.

The University of Georgia brings an eight-hour session, packed with information for tax preparers, to seven locations this year. Jeff Snyder, CPA, will brief you on the impact of this year's tax changes. At the session, gain keen insights on major tax issues, review important tax cases and revenue rulings, and explore a host of tax planning strategies. 


  • Format: One-day classrooms

    Where: Various locations in GA

    When: Coming Soon!

    Cost: TBD

    Credits: IRS-approved CE

IRSFederal Income Tax Update is an IRS-approved Continuing Education program. 

What you will review:

  • How the changes in tax code affect tax planning for individuals and businesses
  • Short- and long-range impacts of health care reform on tax planning
  • Tax strategies for retirement, capital gains, estate planning, health care, and gifts
  • Techniques for accelerating income and deferring deductions
  • And much more!

Program dates and location:
Coming Soon!

Who Should Attend?

CPAs, Enrolled Agents, Registered Tax Return Preparers, and other tax professionals who need to know the latest tax law changes in all areas of practice.

Continuing Education for RTRP's is voluntary.  

Course Information

Course Format: 
Course Fee(s): 


Continuing Education Information: 

8 hours CPE (Continuing Professional Education)
8 hours CE (Continuing Education for Enrolled Agents – IRS Approved) 
6.5 CLE (Continuing Legal Education) For Attorneys Only
.65 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course eligible for CFP credit (must be self-reported) 

Jeff Snyder, CPA, is an alumnus of Ohio State University and has more than 31 years of experience in public accounting and financial education. Jeff has taught the Federal Tax Update course for over 16 years. He consistently receives high evaluations for his enthusiasm, knowledge of accounting and tax information, and his real-life examples and anecdotes.

Experience with individual and business clients 

Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency
U. S. Internal Revenue Service