The Treasury and IRS recently re-issued the proposed final regulations under the new partnership audit rules, outlining key changes under the new centralized partnership audit regime. Effective for partnership taxable years beginning after December 31, 2017, the rules will fundamentally alter how the IRS conducts audits of partnerships, including privately-owned
businesses and family partnerships. What issues will be addressed in the regulations and how will the new regime affect your clients?
Attend this all-new webcast to hear a senior IRS drafter of the proposed regulations discuss with experienced counsel how the regulations are intended to work and the problem areas still being addressed by the IRS. The panelists will also examine issues in drafting and revising partnership agreements in response to the new rules.