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advocacy community education
CPAs, lawyers, IRS agents, and enrolled agents alike
packed Berlin's Hawthorne Inn for the June 29 IRS Liaison
Dinner Meeting, co-sponsored by the IRS, CSCPA,
Connecticut Bar Association (CBA), and Connecticut
Society of Enrolled Agents (CSEA). The two-hour presenta-
tion was followed by cocktails, networking, and dinner.
Speakers included IRS Revenue Agent Hyacinth Futo, IRS
Criminal Investigation Supervisor Scott Reynolds, and
Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney Peter Jongbloed.
Members Enjoy Networking, Top-Notch Speakers at
IRS Liaison Dinner Meeting
CSCPA member Kathie Sumrow (left) speaks with IRS Revenue Agent
Hyacinth Futo.
CSCPA member Bob Fulton (right) speaks with enrolled agent Kerline
"The liaison dinners are a terrific opportunity!
The types of questions asked and the
responses given provide great insight into
the thought processes and decision-
making criteria of the practitioners as well
as the taxing authorities."
Kathie Sumrow
CSCPA Federal Income Tax Committee member
"I've been attending these dinner meetings
for several years and always find value in
the opportunity to network not only with
peers dealing with various IRS matters, but
also with IRS representatives with insight
and knowledge of the IRS viewpoint on
some of these very same issues."
Bob Fulton
CSCPA Federal Income Tax Committee Member
Principal, Dworken, Hillman, LaMorte & Sterczala, P.C.