ISCPA Professional Issues Update & Spring Road Show - Boise

  • Date/Time
    • May 11, 2018
    • Sign In: 7:00am (Mountain Time)
    • Program: 7:15am - 11:45am (Mountain Time)
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  • Location
    • Oxford Suites
      1426 S Entertainment Ave
      Boise, ID 83709
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  • Credits
    • 4.00
  • Credit Type(s)
    • Specialized Knowledge and Applications (4.00)
  • Prerequisites
    • Professional Issues Update Breakfast - ISCPA Membership

  • Vendor
    • Idaho Society of CPAs
  • Level
    • Update
  • Fields of Study
    • Specialized Knowledge


ISCPA Members Professional Issues Update & Breakfast - 7:15 - 9:30 am - 2 CPE credits

ISCPA's Professional Issues Update, offered exclusively to members, provides a fast-paced, comprehensive look at key issues impacting the CPA profession both nationally and locally. It's a traveling CPE road show that members look forward to each Spring.

Idaho State Tax Commission Roundtable - 9:45 am - 11:45 am - 2 CPE credits

This is your opportunity to provide your feedback on technology, forms and instructions, electronic filing, legislation and rules, training / Fall tax seminars, and much more to the ISTC. Bring your comments, questions, concerns and suggestions. This session is open to everyone that registers in advance - let your voice be heard.

All topics and speakers are subject to change without notice.


The Professional Issues Update provides an opportunity for ISCPA members to get answers to their questions about professional and regulatory issues. Members will hear what’s on the minds of your fellow members and learn about ISCPA’s latest initiatives and member benefits.

The Roundtable provides all practitioners the opportunity to have an open and frank dialogue with the Idaho State Tax Commission about the previous tax season, what worked, what didn't, state regulations and upcoming changes.

Registration Details


7:15AM TO 11:45AM

Please select one of the following concurrent sessions:

Credit Type(s)
  • Specialized Knowledge and Applications (4.00)

Member Fee: $10.00
Non Member Fee: $550.00

Credit Type(s)
  • Specialized Knowledge and Applications (2.00)

Member Fee: $10.00
Non Member Fee: $550.00

Credit Type(s)
  • Specialized Knowledge and Applications (2.00)

Member Fee: $10.00
Non Member Fee: $25.00


Doreen Warren

Doreen Warren is the Idaho State Tax Commission’s Public Information Director, in charge of the newly formed Taxpayer Resources Unit.

She began her career at the Tax Commission in 1990, and joined Revenue Operations in 1996 as the motor fuels subject matter expert and project coordinator for many division projects including the implementation of the state’s Modernized e-Filing program in conjunction with the IRS. Doreen was hired as the Revenue Operations administrator in 2008. She started her position as the Public Information Director in July, 2016. In addition to her duties for the Tax Commission, she is the overall coordinator of all state tax agency participation on many IRS Security Summit fraud working groups activities to detect and prevent identity theft tax refund fraud in the tax ecosystem. She is the 2016 recipient of a national leadership award for demonstrating sustained and significant service in the administration of state taxes.

Doreen’s education includes an associate degree in computer science, bachelor’s degree in business, and a master’s degree in business administration.

Laura Lantz

Laura Lantz joins ISCPA after eight years with the Idaho Association of Highway Districts, the past four as associate director.

In her previous role, Laura was a legislative advocate for local highway and transportation issues. She was the liaison for 61 districts throughout the state, advising members on everything from budgets and management to policy. Her other responsibilities included member engagement and training.

Laura has a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and a minor in marketing from the University of Montana. She is on the board of Idaho Society of Association Executives and is an active volunteer in her three sons’ schools.

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