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South Carolina Department of Revenue
Taxpayer Education

P.O. Box 125
Columbia, SC 29214-0540

Phone: 803-898-5800​
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SCDOR Online and in-person Taxpayer Education Classes

2024 Seminars and Workshops

Taxes are complicated. We offer workshops and in-depth seminars throughout the year to help you tackle your filing and administrative requirements. Explore all of our course offerings below and register ​on Eventbrite to secure your spot. 

Check back throughout the year and subscribe to our email list for updates when new classes are added.​

Small Business Tax Workshops (fees may apply)

The IRS, in conjunction with the SCDOR and the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, provides educational opportunities to help taxpayers understand and meet their tax responsibilities. For additional information on course dates and registration, visit the Small Business Tax Workshop page on the IRS website.

Tr​aining provided by partner agencies​

Job Development Credit Training Seminar (fees may apply)

This comprehensive seminar is aimed at educating and informing enterprise program participants. Topics include the following:

  • JDC overview
  • JDC calculations
  • Procedures for claiming credits
  • Reporting
  • Compliance
  • New guidelines
View the 2024 flyer​ for course dates and registration information.

​​Invite an SCDOR expert to​​ your next event

SCDOR speakers are available for a variety of events, including career fairs, expos, association annual meetings, and county meetings. ​Contact the SCDOR Speakers Bureau to learn more.

Nee​​d more ​help​​​?

​​ Visit our Security Center for information on Cyber Security Awareness, Credit Protection, Fraud Prevention, and Reporting Tax Fraud.
​Learn more about ​Earned Income Tax Credit from the IRS.
Receive CE Credits when you attend an IRS Webinar for Tax Practitioners.
​​​ Visit the IRS Video ​​Portal for video and audio presentations that address an assortment of tax issues, such as IRS Audits, disaster information, the Virtual Small Business Workshop, e-File, EFTPS, and lien discharges.
​​​The ​IRS Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center​ has resources for taxpayers who file Form 1040 or 1040-SR, Schedules C, E, F or Form 2106, as well as small businesses with assets under $10 million.​