Southern California Tax Professionals recently upgraded their website to provide you with some new features. We have added fill-in forms with online payment options for membership, dinner meetings and seminars. Payments may be made via PayPal for our members and colleagues to use. (No PayPal account is needed to pay with a credit card.)
Southern California Tax Professionals organization is dedicated to our members, colleagues and prospective members by providing quality continuing education, networking and support resources.
Thank you for being a part of our education and other venues that we provide.
Southern California Tax Professionals provides an immense variety of education at each monthly dinner meeting and seminars. This includes seeking the most knowledgeable people as our guest speakers, who specialize in a wide variety of topics. If you are an Enrolled Agent, CPA, Accountant or a Registered Tax preparer, SCTP education will benefit you. Education is provided May- December of each year.
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Cell phone: 619-820-4927
October 25, 2017 SCTP Mini Seminar. Eugene Ostermiller, EA., will speak on NOL, PAL Limits, Sch “C” & Sch “E”. Register now for this engaging day full of information. Register now!
Next SCTP dinner meeting November 8, 2017.
Meetings are held at the Handlery Hotel, 950 Hotel Circle North San Diego, CA. 92108 (619) 298-0511
Registration: 5:00 - 5:30 pm
Dinner: 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Speaker: 6:30 - 8:15 pm
Important IRS video regarding data breach. Protect your clients, Protect Yourself. Click here to view
Membership Renewal is now due. Renew here
Quick Finders are on sale.Order here
We have a new classified ad posted on September 2, 2017. See the information on our SCTP Classified Ads page
*Dinner meeting and prepay specials
*Free classified ad posts
THE AIMS AND MISSIONS OF SCTP ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Advancement and improvement of all aspects of the profession of tax return preparation and related professional services, in Southern California, through meetings, seminars, communications, publications and other programs and activities;
Articulating and advocating the needs and interests of the profession before legislative, administrative, and judicial branches of local and state governments;
Cooperating on behalf of the profession with persons and firms directly and through their associations, societies or organizations in matters involving the business and governmental affairs of the profession; and
Promulgating policies and conducting activities for the betterment of all those individuals or firms involved in any aspect of the profession.