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Thursday, October 27, 2011

8:05 AM - 9:00 AM
Track: Tax View Track

THE NEW CIRCULAR 230 REGULATIONS: WHAT THEY MEAN FOR YOU

Allen Calhoun, J.D., LL.M. Managing Editor, Business Entities & Tax Accounting, BNA TAX & ACCOUNTING

 On August 2, 2011, comprehensive changes to Treasury Department Circular 230 (regulations governing practice before the IRS) took effect.  Over 60% of the rules in Circular 230, as amended, are either new or changed in some way in 2011. Circular 230’s scope and requirements have expanded.  All practitioners  looking to grow a tax or accounting business in the future–whether they are preparing tax returns or giving tax advice-need to know how these changes affect their businesses now.  This session will highlight the changes, including:

• Who’s regulated-Now “tax return preparers” in addition to enrolled agents, attorneys, and CPAs, as well as continuing education providers

• Standards, not just for preparing and signing returns, but for advising clients regarding their returns

• Liability of the person responsible for a firm’s observance of the Circular 230 rules

• Replacement of references to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) with references to the IRS

 

On August 2, 2011, comprehensive changes to Treasury Department Circular 230 (regulations governing practice before the IRS) took effect.  Over 60% of the rules in Circular 230, as amended, are either new or changed in some way in 2011. Circular 230’s scope and requirements have expanded.  All practitioners  looking to grow a tax or accounting business in the future–whether they are preparing tax returns or giving tax advice-need to know how these changes affect their businesses now.  This session will highlight the changes, including:
Who’s regulated-Now “tax return preparers” in addition to enrolled agents, attorneys, and CPAs, as well as continuing education providers
Standards, not just for preparing and signing returns, but for advising clients regarding their returns
Liability of the person responsible for a firm’s observance of the Circular 230 rules
Replacement of references to the Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) with references to the IRS

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