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Continuing Ed for Accountants Offered at NECC

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Continuing education courses for accountants will be offered through the Sydney Kotzen Institute at NECC.

Continuing education courses for accountants will be offered through the Sidney Kotzen Institute at NECC.

The recently named Sidney G. Kotzen Institute of Continuing Professional Education for Accountants at Northern Essex Community College will offer a number of spring/summer 2013 Continuing Professional Education courses for tax professionals.

The courses include: An Honest Look at Ethics for CPAs and Other Financial Professionals (May 29); Using the 1040 as a Tax and Financial Planning Tool (May 30); Introductory and Advanced QuickBooks 2012 for CPAs and Other Tax Professionals (June 5); Mass Tax Update (June 6); Excel Tips and Tricks for Financial Professionals (June 13); Tips and Traps for Sales & Use Taxes in a Multistate Environment (June 14); Fraud Detection: Forensic Accounting (June 19); Tax and Legal Aspects of Buying and Selling a Small Business (June 20); Real Estate Transaction Overview (June 21) and Federal, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire Taxation of LLCs: The Basics and Recent Developments (June 27).

Started in July, 1987, the institute offers courses designed to meet mandatory Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements for Certified Public Accounts in Massachusetts and New Hampshire; tax courses meet requirements for Enrolled Agents and will be of interest to all tax professionals.

All courses and seminars are held at Northern Essex Community College’s Riverwalk location just off Route 495 on the Lawrence/North Andover line at 360 Merrimack Street, Building 9, Entry K (third floor), Lawrence, MA 01843.

For more information about these courses or the program in general, please contact Dianne Lahaye at dlahaye@necc.mass.edu or 978-659-1222 or contact Diane Zold-Gross at dzoldgross@necc.mass.edu or 978-659-1221 or visit the college’s website www.necc.mass.edu.

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