The Indiana Tax Practitioners Association (ITPA) began as an unincorporated association in 1948. It was created to serve Indiana’s tax practitioners by offering them opportunities to earn continuing professional education credits. The annual three-day seminar is unique in that it allows practitioners to earn 24 hours of credit in a single seminar. We incorporated in 1985.
ITPA is proud of its record of providing quality education. Instructors bring a variety of backgrounds in preparation for teaching the topics. Some are currently in practice as CPAs, enrolled agents, or attorneys; others provide awareness of specialty areas that impact the practitioner. We have established relationships with the IRS and Indiana Department of Revenue and rely on their expertise to round out our program.
Current ITPA Board
Our board consists of 13 tax professionals, who work together to plan and present the annual seminar. Board members come from all parts of the State.
Linda Yoder, President
Michele Brock, Vice President
Jackie Farris, Secretary
Wilmer Weaver, Treasurer
Each board member is assigned to a specific area as we prepare for the annual seminar.
For 2017, the assignments are:
• Books: Steve Haworth
• Legal: Brian Gordon
• CPE Certification: Jackie Farris
• Mailings: Nancy Carpenter
• School Planning: Larry Marietta, Michael Harding, Chuck Barrington, Michele Brock, Linda Yoder, Steve Groves
• Finances: Wilmer Weaver
• Webpage: Michele Newman
• Board Maintenance: Larry McBride
Although the bylaws require that board members can no longer serve after they reach age 70, several of them continue to attend the meetings and help with the annual seminar. We thank them for their many years of service and are grateful that they continue to be a part of ITPA.
August 11, 2017 The information, interpretations, opinions and procedures expressed by any of the presenters at the ITPA 2017 Seminar or any prior ITPA Seminar are not necessarily those of ITPA or its directors. The information, interpretations, opinions and procedures set forth in this binder or discussed in the open sessions of the ITPA Seminar or discussed privately with any Seminar presenter or director of ITPA, are not intended to replace the research of the attendees of the Seminar. ITPA and its directors, contributing authors and presenters hereby disclaim any responsibility or liability which may be asserted or claimed, arising from or claimed to have arisen from reliance upon the information, interpretations, opinions and procedures gleaned from the presentations, materials and hand-outs at the ITPA 2017 Seminar. Attendance at an ITPA Seminar does not qualify a registrant and attendee as an expert or specialist in any discipline relating to accountancy, tax return preparation or taxpayer representation. ITPA reserves the right to refuse to admit any person or to eject any person whose conduct is perceived by any ITPA director or agent as physically or emotionally threatening, disruptive or disrespectful of ITPA registrants, attendees, presenters or staff.