Caroline D. Ciraolo will moderate the panel titled "The Current State Of The IRS" at the New York City Bar Annual Town Hall

For years Congress has asked the IRS to do more with less. Notwithstanding budget cuts, the Service remains responsible for, among other things, civil and criminal tax enforcement and assisting millions of taxpayers comply with their legal obligations. This Town Hall will address how fiscal constraints affect the IRS’s ability to execute its mission. Caroline Ciraolo, the former Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Department of Justice's Tax Division, will moderate a discussion of the Service’s current enforcement priorities as well as its efforts to assist taxpayers and taxpayer representatives facing bureaucratic hurdles and complex tax issues.

Caroline Ciraolo,
 Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP 

Don Fort,
 Chief, IRS Criminal Investigation 
Mary Beth Murphy, Commissioner, IRS Small Business/Self Employed Division
Darol Tucker, IRS Taxpayer Advocate for Manhattan

Sponsoring Committee:
Personal Income Taxation Committee, Jeremy Temkin, Chair

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January 15, 2019 at 6pm - 8pm
New York City Bar Association
42 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036
United States
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