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CCH SFS Opens Up Training, CE


CCH Small Firm Services has extended its training and CE offerings to the full tax and accounting community.

The offerings include an assortment of webinars and live seminars covering tax law, bookkeeping, ethics and software instruction. In particular, CCH SFS is assisting preparers with the RTRP requirements.

"Customers can earn multiple RTRP CE hours by attending our live GetWise or ATX Seminars," said training manager Amy Winkle, EA, adding that feedback has also been "great" on the company's RTRP Exam Prep Workshop.

Other courses include Form W-7 and Applying for an ITIN, How Foreclosure, Cancellation of Debt and Bankruptcy Affect Your Tax Return and the Basic Income Tax Web series. CCH SFS is partnered with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers to help individuals prepare for the Certified Bookkeeper exam.

CCH SFS has been approved by NASBA, CTEC and the IRS as a CE provider.


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