UConn Income Tax School


Sponsored by the University of Connecticut, Storrs in cooperation with the Internal Revenue Service and the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services.

The University of Connecticut Income Tax School is a two-day program on federal and state taxes. It is designed to bring you up to date with the latest tax law information as you prepare for the upcoming tax preparation season. The program is specifically designed for accountants, consultants, attorneys, enrolled agents and all other tax professionals who prepare taxes.

UConn Income Tax School, 2020 (Cancelled)

The 29th UConn Income Tax School has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Please see the atttached letter with more information.


Dr. Bojinova is currrently a lecturer in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Her research interests include:

  • International Economics
  • Industrial Organization
  • Regional Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Labor Economics
  • Economics of Education

Ms.Bazzano is secretary who helps keep the department running efficiently and smoothly. You can contact her at: claire.bazzano@uconn.edu



Sheraton Hartford South Hotel

100 Capital Boulevard

Rocky Hill, CT 06067


Dates and Times: 2-Day Seminar

November 17th, 2020


November 18th, 2020



General seminar information

CPE Credits

Enrolled Agents attending this year’s program will receive four credits of “federal tax law update” topics, seven credits of “federal tax law related” topics, AND two credits of “ethics” topics. UConn’s IRS CE provider number and relevant program numbers will be made available to the participants during the tax school in November.

UConn tax school participants seeking credits to fulfill any continuing education requirements applicable to all the other categories of tax professionals (for example, CPAs) will be awarded 16 hours of Continuing Professional Education credits and will receive a University of Connecticut certificate of completion.

If you are an individual with a disability and need accommodations, please contact Claire Bazzano at claire.bazzano@uconn.edu or (860) 486-1920 as early as possible before the event to help us ensure availability. Please be aware that advance notice is necessary as some accommodations may require more time.


Dr. Emma Bojinova, Tax School Coordinator 
Mail: emma.bojinova@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-2838

Claire Bazzano, Secretary
Mail: claire.bazzano@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-1920

University of Connecticut
Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4021, Room 302
Storrs, CT 06269-4021

For general inquiries, email us at taxschool@uconn.edu