Basic Tax Course Part 3 – 2017 Oregon Law – QAS Self-Study
This course is meant to be a part of the Federal Basic Tax Course and the 80-Hour Basic Tax Course for the Oregon LTP state requirement. You should purchase one of the packages below if you want the full course for exam preperation and licensing requirements.
This course is able to be purchased as a stand alone course for other individuals who want to learn the basics of tax law and return preparation for individuals.
You can find the full packages below.
The Basic Tax Course is suitable for beginner students who want to enter the tax preparation industry for the first time while offering more experienced tax professionals the opportunity to expand and build upon their existing knowledge base.
Qualified and knowledgeable tax preparers are hard to find. Tax preparers must achieve a level of knowledge necessary to pass federal or state exams, but more importantly they must be able to apply tax knowledge to the preparation of tax returns.
While most tax education programs offer little more than theoretical coverage of tax law, our Basic Tax Course provides in-depth education that extends beyond theory and into the mechanics of tax form preparation. Students are taught tax law, how to read tax reporting documents and how to complete tax forms.
Prepare for Oregon’s LTP Exam
Currently, Oregon is the only state in America where you must be licensed to prepare tax returns as a paid professional. Oregon’s licensing laws are designed to protect consumers by ensuring tax professionals deliver competent and ethical services. To become licensed in Oregon an individual must:
- Successfully complete an approved Basic Tax Course which includes a minimum of 80 hours of instruction.
- Pass an exam administered by the Oregon Board of Tax Practitioners by achieving a score of 75% or higher.
- Submit a license application and pay a license fee.
Learn From the Best Tax School in Oregon
Pacific Northwest Tax School was formed in 2001 to provide quality tax education. From the beginning, our goal has been to provide an educational program that prepares students for Oregon’s rigorous LTP exam and for the real world of professional tax preparation. We believe we have succeeding in creating the best tax school in Oregon. Since 2001 the overall pass-rate of our graduates at the Oregon LTP exam has been 20 – 40% higher than the pass-rates of other local and national schools. Our overall school pass-rates in the 2008 and 2009 exam cycles were 93% and 94%, respectively. Our pass-rate for the 2013 exam cycle was 100%.
The 80-Hour Basic Tax Course for Federal and Oregon Tax Law provides 120 hours of education delivered through a carefully designed online learning management system. Course content includes 59 hours of lecture video, detailed student manuals, comprehensive tax return assignments and quizzes, and answer keys with references and explanations. Recommended completion time is 14 weeks.
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2018 HECC Catalog_v2
|Oregon Tax Board||18 Hours|
|Oregon State Board of Accountancy||18 Hours|
|QAS Self-Study||18 Hours|
Field of Study
Meet Your Instructor
Any Time, Anywhere
Our online Learning Management System (LMS), offers you the flexibility to study at your own pace while still enjoying many of the benefits of a live classroom.
- Watch lecture video recordings of live instructor-led classes.
- Break to complete classwork and quiz assignments as instructed.
- If you have a question or need help understanding your assignments, use our Q&A forum to post questions and receive answers from your instructor.
- Complete assignments and tests then submit your answers online.
Advance Preparation Required
Our site requires an up-to-date Adobe Flash® Player and use of a high-speed Internet connection. To ensure your learning experience is worthwhile and productive, we ask all students to take the time to become familiar with our site before attending class.
Recommended Minimum Requirements
The following requirements are recommended for using this site. Few students have reported success while operating outside of these requirements, therefore these are provided as a guideline for troubleshooting if you are having difficulties viewing or operating in this site.
*Your operating system should be fully updated.
If you encounter log in or video viewing difficulties, we strongly recommend you install Google Chrome.
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Disclosures and School Policies
Terms of Enrollment
Pacific Northwest Tax School's course materials and teaching techniques are valuable proprietary information of Pacific Northwest Tax School, and all such information is subject to copyright, including written, recorded, internet based as well as all other electronic media. Each Student agrees that she/he will use the information only for purposes of education and training; and as a condition of enrollment, that they will not disseminate the information to any third party and will treat the materials as confidential information of Pacific Northwest Tax School. As a condition of enrollment, Students pledge not use any information in any competitive fashion, including to create or derive competitive materials. Students further agree that any breach of these terms and conditions shall cause the school irreparable harm, entitling Pacific Northwest Tax School to injunctive relief, as well as any other remedy that may be available at law or equity. Students taking continuing education courses shall have twelve months from date of enrollment to successfully complete the course and receive their Certificate of Completion. Students taking the federal only portion or the Oregon 80 Hour Basic Tax Course students have nine months from the date of enrollment to sucessfully complete the course.
Basic Tax Law
Students taking any Basic Tax Law course, agree to comply with all Terms of Enrollment outlined the enrollment agreement form for that course, a link to which can be found on the catalog page for each Basic Tax course.
Prerequisites & Advance Preparation
Students intending to write the Oregon State Tax Exam, must be at least 18 years of age, and have High School Diploma or GED. Students using our self-paced internet based program should prepare for classes by downloading and printing course materials. For more information including detailed course descriptions and learning objectives, view the details of each course, located on Pacific Northwest Tax School's catalog pages at: https://www.pnwtaxschool.com/list-of-all-courses/
Continuing professional education courses including interactive, non-interactive and correspondence program fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Webinars/Webcasts are non-transferable and in most cases non-refundable. A student may choose to be switched to another Webinar/Webcast of equal or lesser value if a conflict with the scheduled time exists. In the case of a missed Webinar/Webcast a request to transfer to a new Webinar/Webcast must be made with 48 hours of when the Webinar/Webcast aired. Refunds will be issued ONLY prior to the start of the Webinar/Webcast. A $15.00 processing fee will be withheld from all refund amounts. For more information regarding administration policies including complaints and refunds, please contact our offices at 503-646-5600.
Pacific Northwest Tax School gives the highest priority to delivering quality education programs. If you have concerns about our programs please contact the Pacific Northwest Tax School Education Coordinator at: [email protected]
Manuals distributed and programs sponsored by Pacific Northwest Tax School are designed to teach application of tax laws. Pacific Northwest Tax School works to provide accurate and timely material to students, however the school does not have any responsibility if human and/or mechanical error exists. Accordingly, no assurance is given by Pacific Northwest Tax School that such information is totally comprehensive or accurate in its coverage of such subject matter. Information published or sponsored by Pacific Northwest Tax School should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research to original sources of authority such as the Internal Revenue Code, IRS Publications and Internal Revenue Rulings. Pacific Northwest Tax School, its authors, and instructors do not render legal, accounting, or other non-educational professional advice. If legal advice or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional should be sought. Credit hours are subject to change without notice.