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Nuts and Bolts of IRS Audits

I am at the AICPA National Tax Conference today and tomorrow in National Harbor, Md. The conference features regulators, including Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel, and tax practitioners. When it comes to tax laws and legislation, we live and work in a world of constant flux: updates to the American Taxpayer Relief Act, tax jurisdictions, taxes in multi-states, flow-through entities and the new 3.8% Medicare surtax regime, to name a few. It’s a recurring cycle of predicting what’s coming up, knowing how to plan and explaining critical details to your clients.

Today I am live blogging the "Nuts and Bolts of IRS Audits" session with speaker Charles Rettig, Esq. of Hochman Salkin Rettig Toscher & Perez, PC. This session provides practical advice for real-life client issues that focus on current IRS tax enforcement priorities and procedures, practitioner representation strategies and techniques and recent developments in tax controversy and procedure. (Email subscribers can read the live blog on our website.)


Ann Marie Maloney, Communications Manager - Tax, American Institute of CPAs. Ann Marie develops and manages communication strategies in support of the AICPA’s Tax Division to ensure members are informed of tax resources, advocacy and news developments. She also manages the Tax Practitioners’ LinkedIn group. Ann Marie’s background includes writing about tax legislation (as a reporter for CCH) and advising state legislators as a senior policy analyst in Maryland. She holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University.


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