Registration is currently open for the Department of Revenue’s annual series of Tax Seminars. The one-day seminars are designed to inform tax professionals about new state tax laws and other important tax-related information that will help them serve their clients.
Visit the department’s 2023 Tax Seminars Schedule to find a full listing of the events and registration information.
“Our annual Tax Seminars are an important part of the work that we do throughout the year to offer the best customer service that we can,” Revenue Secretary Pat Browne said. “We recognize the importance of the work that tax professionals do on behalf of their clients, and we value their service and commitment to assisting Pennsylvania taxpayers. The Tax Seminars are a great resource to make sure they are as informed as possible on the latest tax law changes and the customer service tools that are available to them.”
This year’s seminars will focus on the benefits of using myPATH, the online customer service portal where taxpayers and tax professionals can file returns, make payments, and manage their tax accounts. The launch of myPATH coincided with a multi-year tax system modernization project, which provided the first fully integrated tax system used by the Department of Revenue. The new system offers several improved customer service resources that make it easier for tax professionals to help their clients manage their tax obligations.
Tax Seminar presentations will focus on individual taxes, business taxes, compliance initiatives, and several other topics.
There will be seven seminars this year taking place in-person between September 21 and November 27 in counties throughout Pennsylvania, including Berks, Blair, Butler, Cumberland, Delaware, Lehigh, and Luzerne. There will be three seminars offered virtually: November 17 and 20 (two half days), November 21 (all day), and December 6 (all day).