The 2021 CCH Connections User Conference kicks off with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Charles Retting delivering a virtual keynote. The second day will feature a live in-person keynote presentation by Marc Randolph, cofounder of Netflix and national best-selling author and entrepreneur, which will also be streamed live online. And, the final day of the conference closes with a virtual conversation with IRS Chief Taxpayer Experience Officer, Ken Corbin.
“We are thrilled to host the IRS Commissioner together with an exciting roster of other amazing guest speakers at our annual user conference next month,” said Jason Marx, President and Chief Executive Officer, Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting North America. “We value this time with our customers and look forward to diving into how we go beyond the status quo together to help professionals and their firms take advantage of new opportunities to accelerate growth.”
Top performing firms should plan to attend so they can gain invaluable insights into how to best address the challenges posed by rapid technology and business innovation; how to take advantage of digital transformation and modernize practices effectively; and how to unlock their data for deeper insights and improved productivity, optimize processes to meet changing client demands, and empower staff to make more informed decisions that add value for clients.
By participating in the 2021 CCH Connections User Conference, attendees will have the opportunity to interact with and learn from some of the top tax & accounting practitioners, technologists, and thought leaders in the profession while earning up to 26 CPE credits by participating in a wide range of conference sessions. In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to experience virtual product demonstrations and discussions featuring the latest technology solutions from Wolters Kluwer.
Those interested in attending the 2021 CCH Connections User Conference in person or virtually online can find more information about the exciting session schedule and how to register here.
More on the keynote speakers:
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig oversees the IRS, which is responsible for collecting more than $3.5 trillion in tax revenue each year and more than 96% of the total gross receipts of the United States government. In this regard, the continued success of the country depends upon a successful IRS since this revenue funds most government operations and public services. In leading the IRS, Commissioner Rettig has worked to focus attention on the important work of the agency’s employees as well as on improving service to the nation’s taxpayers, balancing appropriate enforcement of the nation’s tax laws while respecting taxpayer rights, with a particular focus on traditionally underserved communities.
Ken Corbin is the first Chief Taxpayer Experience Officer for the IRS and also serves as Commissioner of the IRS Wage and Investment division. Under his leadership, the Taxpayer Experience Office will set the strategic direction for improving the taxpayer experience and identifying opportunities to make continuous improvements in real time for taxpayers and the tax professional community.
Marc Randolph is a veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur, advisor, and investor. As co-founder and founding CEO of Netflix, he laid much of the groundwork for a service that’s grown to 150 million subscribers, and fundamentally altered how the world experiences media.