Tax and Accounting Institute
Established in 1963, the School of Professional Accountancy's Tax and Accounting Institute is an organization of CPAs, attorneys and other professionals who meet periodically throughout the year for the purpose of discussing technical tax and accounting matters and maintaining and upgrading skills through Continuing Professional Education programs.
The institute provides numerous evening sessions as well as special all-day and half-day CPE seminars. Professionals from academia, private practice, and government service are invited to address members on topics related to their expertise. Recent Institute seminars have covered estate and retirement planning, state and local taxation, recent developments in federal taxation, as well as accounting and auditing updates.
The Institute's programs qualify for the mandatory CPE for Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, and Enrolled Agents. The programs also qualify for PACE credit for the CLU and CHFC designations.
As a member of the Tax and Accounting Institute, you will receive significant discounts on a wide variety of CPE seminars and programs. Additionally, your membership sustains the partnership in learning between the profession and the university. All of the revenue derived from the Institute is used to support the educational functions of the Institute, the School of Professional Accountancy and Long Island University.
Annual membership dues are $100 (fiscal year commences September 1).
For upcoming seminar schedule and more information please contact Dolores Burns-Hartman at 516-299-3004, firstname.lastname@example.org.