Sponsored by the Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners with more than 600 member firms including some 1600 individual members representing the decision-makers of their firms.
In Conjunction With
- Association of Divorce Financial Planners
- Financial Planning Association – Long Island Chapter
- National Association of Tax Professionals – New York Chapter
- New York Society of Independent Accountants
- New York State Society of Enrolled Agents – Long Island Chapter
- Nassau Academy of Law
- Foundation for Accounting Education an Affiliate of NYSSCPA
The 14th Annual Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium returns to the Crest Hollow Country Club, a professionally run and well designed facility, centrally located in Woodbury, NY.
The Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium (LITPS) is a thirteen-year old event started by the Internal Revenue Service. Twelve-years ago, Nassau/Suffolk Chapter of NCCPAP was asked to be the primary sponsor and coordinator of the Symposium. In 2005 the Symposium moved to Crest Hollow Country Club and has expanded in both attendee and sponsor/exhibitor participation.
The Symposium is a significant forum for over 650 CPAs, Enrolled Agents, corporate tax executives, financial planners and attorneys. It provides up-to-date, authoritative information on the latest tax laws and interpretations affecting their business and clients nationwide and specifically within the tri-state area.
Three Day Seminar Program
The seminar program consists of more than 80 professional presentations many of which are scheduled twice during the three days to provide optimum flexibility and choices for the attendees. The forums are presented by acknowledged leaders and experts in their respective fields and includes speakers from the IRS, NYS, the Social Security Administration and local government tax officials.
Attendees can earn Continuing Professional Education credits with their participation in the Symposium.
IRS Case Resolution
The IRS Case Resolution Room provides an opportunity to resolve client issues through IRS’ Everyday Tax Solutions assistance and the Taxpayer Advocate Service.
NYS Case Resolution
NYS representatives with specialized experience will be available - by appointment only - to meet one-on-one with a practitioner to discuss a client's case.