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Looking to educate yourself this tax season? Want to learn more about tax options, or DOR-related issues? All this can be achieved at DOR University, the Department of Revenue’s free online e-learning module.

DOR University, created to offer free tax education to the public and tax professionals, wants to connect with you on particular areas of tax and subject matter related to the business of DOR. Take a class online now and learn about WebFile for Business, tax penalties and the Commuter Deduction to name a few.

Those involved in the tax industry (CPAs, accountants, Enrolled Agents and tax preparers) can even earn CPE credits for classes taken at DOR University.

“The vision for DOR University is to be a comprehensive online resource for the public to educate themselves on tax and DOR-related topics.  The Agency continues to grow DOR University with additional subject-matter areas and free training opportunities, including general topics of interest as well as training modules that have only been available to DOR employees until now,” says Dana Ackerman, Deputy Commissioner of Advocacy, Training & Communications at DOR.

New Classes are added frequently. Click HERE for a list of the current courses being offered.

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