This virtual conference will be broken up into two 4-hour days (8:20 am - 12:20 pm on December 1 and 8:20 am - 11:55 am on December 2).
Please note that when you register for this conference you are automatically registering for both days.
Attend this can’t-miss event for just-in-time updates, legislative news, and information from IRS officials.
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Wednesday, December 1
Presented by: Robert Lickwar - Partner at UHY LLP and Managing Director at UHY Advisors
Prior legislation affecting the 2021 filing season as well as new legislation including proposals affecting clients tax planning will be covered.
Presented by: Daniel P. Fitzgerald - Principal, Cummings & Lockwood’s Private Clients Group
Session details coming soon
Presented by: Bruce Blasknik - Partner at PKF O'Connor Davies
Christopher Migliaccio - Senior Manager at PKF O'Connor Davies
Session details coming soon
Thursday, December 2
Presented by: Eric L. Green, Esq. - Partner at Green & Sklarz LLC
This program will explain the opportunities for practitioners to reopen assessed tax liabilities, including audit reconsideration, doubt-as-to-liability offers, amending tax returns, and challenging the assessment at a CDP hearing. The program will review the various options and when practitioners should consider utilizing each of them.
• Understand how to request audit reconsideration
• Identify when is it possible to use an amended return to reopen a bad assessment
• Explain how Doubt-as-to-Liability Offers work
• Understand how to utilize a CDP hearing to force a reconsideration of a tax liability
• Describe how to use refund requests to reopen a bad assessment
Presented by: Joe McCarthy - Senior Stakeholder Liaison, Stakeholder Liaison Field Division of the Internal Revenue Service
Maura Healy - Local Taxpayer Advocate Hartford, CT
Get an overview of the Taxpayer Advocate Service. Learn how to request assistance from the Taxpayer Advocate’s office. Receive updates from the Local Taxpayer Advocate; including the types of cases the Hartford, CT Taxpayer Advocate’s office has been working as well as the number of cases being worked.
Learn about the status of IRS continuing operations; including background information as to what is causing delays in tax return processing and current levels of IRS phone service. Also learn about important features of the new IRS new Tax Pro Account. A brief overview of “IRS Next” which will be changing IRS operations to make them more taxpayer friendly will be provided.
Non-Member Price $394.00
Member Price $269.00