2021 Tax Seminar Goes Virtual

November 17, 2020

BATON ROUGE – Registration is open now for the 2021 LSU Tax Seminar to be remotely held Jan. 6, 2021, via Zoom. This seminar is sponsored by the Department of Accounting in the E. J. Ourso College of Business.

The one-day event is designed for tax practitioners, lawyers, accountants, auditors and enrolled agents. Each day is worth eight CPE hours. 

Registration closes January 4, 2021 or until capacity is reached. The registration fee is $100 and can be paid online by credit card or by mailing a check. To pay online, visit the seminar page. To pay by check, make it payable to the LSU Department of Accounting and mail to:

LSU Department of Accounting
2800 Business Education Complex
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

For any questions about payment, contact the department at 225-578-6202 or accounting@lsu.edu.

The keynote speaker for the event is James Hasselback, an adjunct faculty member at LSU. He retired from Florida State University after 27 years and previously taught at the University of Florida, Texas A&M University, and Eastern Michigan University. A member of the American Accounting Association and the American Taxation Association, he has published more than 165 papers in professional and academic journals, including The Accounting Review, The Tax Adviser, Financial Management, Journal of Real Estate Taxation and the American Business Law Journal.

About the Department of Accounting

The Department of Accounting at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business strives for excellence in teaching, research and service to the accounting profession. With a mission of producing graduates at all levels who excel in their pursuits, the department offers undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students for careers in various fields, including industry, auditing, finance, government and academia. For more information, visit lsu.edu/business/accounting, call 225-578-6202, or email accounting@lsu.edu.

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Elizabeth Eaton
E. J. Ourso College of Business