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Thomson Reuters 32nd Annual Users' Conference for Professional Tax & Accounting Firms

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This year's information-packed agenda includes inspiring keynotes by nationally acclaimed leaders in the tax and accounting profession.

There are more than 80 unique workshops designed to help you grow and manage your practice, networking opportunities with hundreds of your peers from across the country, in-depth training for diverse proficiency levels on your CS Professional Suite and Enterprise Suite software. Up to 20 CPE credits are available.

The conference takes place Nov. 7-10 at the Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center in Grapevie, Texas. For more information, visit http://cs.thomsonreuters.com/uc/.

 

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