Construction projects often involve large amounts of money changing hands among a large number of people creating a situation that is ripe for mistakes and even fraud. In response, the government has developed investigative technics specifically for uncovering tax non-compliance in the construction industry. This panel reviewed how the government approaches audits and investigations in the construction industry and practical tips for representing taxpayers who are faced with having to explain where their money came from and where it went.
Moderator: Christopher M. Ferguson, Esq., Counsel, Kostelanetz & Fink, New York, NY
Thomas E. Bishop, Senior Manager, National Forensic, Litigation and Valuation Services, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, New York, NY
Jonathan D. Larsen, Acting Special Agent-in-Charge, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation, New York Field Office, New York, NY
Burton T. Ryan, Jr., Esq., Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of New York, New York, NY
Philip J. Wilson, CPA, Office Managing Partner, Marcum, Costa Mesa, CA
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