Dealing with the IRS
Learn how to prepare and what to expect when dealing with the IRS. This seminar will cover such topics as Tax Notices; Tax Exams, Audits, Collections and Appeals; Resolving Problems; the IRS Online; Circular 230, and What’s New with the IRS.
You will get practical tips from an experienced CPA who also worked as an IRS auditor for 9 years. You will learn what to do when you get a Tax Notice as well as how to avoid getting them; how to verify payments that clients have made; how to resolve problems and deal with the IRS Service Center, Taxpayer Advocate, or Stakeholder Liaison; how to get late payment fees abated; why you should care about the location for a tax audit; and what you need to know about IRS Circular 230 Rules of Practice and Tax return preparer registration.
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- Explore current “hot topics” from the IRS Inspector General
- Learn what to expect when dealing with the IRS
- Identify tips and tricks for helping your client with audits, collections of back taxes, abating late fees, and resolving problems
Who Should Attend:
Professionals involved in dealing with tax issues for individuals, small businesses, large businesses and international entities, and non-profit organizations, including CPAs, auditors, accountants, tax practitioners, and consultants.
Instructor: Peter A. Weitsen, CPA -- Partner, WithumSmith+Brown
Instructional Method: Group-Internet
NASBA Field of Study: Auditing
Program Prerequisites: None
Advance Preparation: None