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AICPA develops CPE courses with complete coverage of 2003 tax act.

Practical guidance and insight from some of the nation's leading experts is available through new AICPA 2003 Jobs and Growth Tax Act CPE self-study courses. There are three formats from which to choose, each designed to meet your specific needs.

The text course (No. 731384CPA07) is authored by Greg McKeen, CPA, who for years has been a leading author of tax training and other tax products for the AICPA and PPC. This course includes a complete analysis, text of the Act, relevant committee reports, and a client marketing letter summarizing the Act's highlights.

Ideal for on-site group study, the videocourse (No. 181386CPA07) and DVDcourse (No. 181387CPA07) offer the unique expertise and insight of Sidney Kess, CPA, JD, LL.M. Kess has been developing CPE video presentations on new tax acts since 1986. He can be counted on to bring together top experts and organize the content of the video presentation to focus on the most important provisions of the tax act and to answer the questions you want most answered.

Leading video and DVD presenters include Gregory F. Jenner, J.D., Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy, U.S. Treasury Dept., and Harry L.Gutman, Partner-in-Charge of the Federal Tax Legislative and Regulatory Services Group of KPMG LLP.

Preliminary CPE Credit: Text-4, Video/DVD-5. Price: text, $89 member/$111.25 non-member; videocourse, $118 member/$ 147.50 non-member; DVDcourse, $105 member/$131.25 non-member. Availability: Text, in stock; videocourse, July 15; DVDcourse, July 22.

RELATED ARTICLE: Overview of new tax law available online.

Despite coming in at about 20 pages in length, the jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 still offers planning opportunities and pitfalls for CPAs. To provide an introduction to the Act's ;provisions and their ramifications, AICPA Tax Division staff developed an outline of the Act that also contains references and links to other information sources. The documents is now available online at: ACT+2003.htm.
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Date:Jul 1, 2003
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