Timely, accurate, relevant, thorough, and understandable are just a few words participants associate with Don Farmer’s tax seminars year after year.
These programs will review current year developments and planning ideas affecting individual, corporate and business income taxation using a combination of humor and examples. We will emphasize tax developments that affect 2022 tax return preparation and 2022 tax planning for individuals, corporations, and non-corporate businesses.
The program format is designed to update CPAs with various levels of experience.
2022 Hybrid Farmer Programs
2022 In-Person Details
We are busy planning the 2022 Don Farmer events, and will update this page as details are confirmed.
Many of you are ready to return onsite, and due to enhanced safety practices, the in-person capacity for events has been reduced. If you are planning to attend in-person, please register soon and secure any hotel accommodations. In-person seats are expected to sell out!
All in-person attendees at NCACPA events will be required to adhere to our safety guidelines at all times.
Please read our safety guidelines to ensure you are committed to participating in an in-person NCACPA event in 2022.
NCACPA Member: $285 Early Bird | $335 Regular
Non-Member: $385 Early Bird | $435 Regular
NCACPA Member: $285
The member rate is available to members of NCACPA and other state CPA societies. Please contact NCACPA Experience Support for information regarding membership.
Policies & Information
Program Times: 8:30 am–4:30 pm
Method of Presentation: Lecture
Level of Knowledge: Update
Advanced Preparation: None
Requisite Knowledge: At least one year of tax experience is suggested.
Field of Study: Taxation
CLE Credits: The programs have been submitted for approval under the mandatory CLE regulations promulgated by the Board of Continuing Legal Education of the NC State Bar. NCACPA is not an accredited CLE sponsor. The event registration fee does not include filing for CLE credit; each attendee seeking CLE credit must file independently to the NC State Bar.