UACES Facebook Tax School in Arkansas | Arkansas tax continuing education hours

Arkansas Income Tax School 

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These schools are two day workshops performed in a classroom setting. They provide an excellent opportunity for tax preparers to get a general review of current tax regulations and an update of changes in existing tax laws. The workshop is geared toward tax preparers and tax professionals. It meets the guidelines for 16 hours of credit for continuing professional education as set forth by the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy (including 2 hours of ethics).

The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture is proud to announce that we have been approved as an IRS Continuing Education Provider. Tax preparers should always look for IRS approved providers when fulfilling their continuing education requirements. Provider #ZWRJ7.

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Program Hours

Day One: Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
Class begins at 8:30 a.m.

Day Two: Class begins at 8:00 a.m.

Program adjourns at 4:30 p.m. on both days.

  • Registration Information

    2017 Tax School registration

    Registration is NOW OPEN!
    You can register simply by clicking the REGISTER NOW button or by visiting:


    If you have questions contact:

    University of Arkansas
    Cooperative Extension Service
    2301 S. University Ave.
    Little Rock, AR 72204
    (501) 671-2299

  • Location and Dates

    2017 Dates and Locations

    NOVEMBER 13-14: The Chancellor Hotel - 70 North East Avenue - Fayetteville, AR

    NOVEMBER 16-17: Convention Center - 55 South Seventh Street - Fort Smith, AR

    NOVEMBER 27-28: Hilton Garden Inn: 2840 S Caraway - Jonesboro, AR 72401

    NOV. 30 - DEC. 1: U of A Division of Agriculture Coop Ext Service - 2301 South University Avenue - Little Rock, AR

    DECEMBER 4-5:  Clarion Resort on the Lake - 4813 Central Avenue - Hot Springs, AR 71913




If you are interested in special hotel rates, please contact us.

Good news:  Coffee is now allowed in the auditorium during the Little Rock school provided the cup has a lid.