Long Island University’s Center for Accounting and Tax Education will host its 11th Annual IRS Tax Practitioner Seminar.
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The event will take place on Thursday, January 5, 2012, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Brooklyn Campus, in downtown Brooklyn, at 1 University Plaza, on the corner of Flatbush & DeKalb avenues, in Room HS 107. CATE is part of the Department of Accounting, Taxation & Law at the Campus’s School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences.
The presentations and presenters are:
“The New Compliance Edge: Examination and Collection,” William Marshall, Director, Examination (North Atlantic), IRS, and Mark Newman, Group Manager, Collection Group 20, IRS;
“Retirement Planning Strategies and Tools,” Gerard J. Andrews, Senior Vice President - Investments, Merrill Lynch;
“Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Report (FBAR)-What’s Up?” Gary Watkins, Chief, BSA/Special Programs, IRS SB/SE;
“Circular 230 and the Return Preparers Program-Preparers penalty;” Special Guest Speaker, Jack Trachtenberg, Deputy Commissioner and Taxpayer Rights Advocate, NYS Department of Taxation & Finance;
“Federal Tax Updates and Planning Strategies for Small Businesses,” Jack Gold, CPA, Adelman Katz and Mond LLP;
“Estate & Gift Tax planning-Tax Updates and Future Strategies,” Lawrence Keiser, CPA, JD, Stern, Keiser, Panken and Wohl;
“Federal Tax Updates and Planning Strategies for Individuals,” Warren M. Bergstein, CPA, Adelman, Katz, and Mond LLP;
“Tri-State Tax Updates and Related Topics, Including Sale Tax and Marriage Equality Laws,” Mark H. Levin, CPA Own Account.
The cost of the Tax Practitioner Seminar is $125, including breakfast, lunch and all materials. To apply, please contact Dr. Myrna Fischman at (718) 780-4062.