The TCJA made sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code, and while Treasury and the IRS have done a Herculean job of providing guidance, many of the changes are complex and there is scant legislative history to reveal what Congress intended. Certain provisions of the TCJA will be caught in a cross-current of complexity and ambiguity that may lead some taxpayers to take aggressive reporting positions. This panel identified some of those provisions and the areas in which controversies are likely to ensue.
Moderator: Michael Sardar, Esq., Partner, Kostelanetz & Fink, New York, NY
Claudia Hill, EA, MBA, President, TaxMam, Cupertino, CA
Fred F. Murray, Esq., CPA, Professor of Law, University of Florida Levin College of Law, Gainesville, FL
Tamera Ripperda, CPA, Deputy Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC
Andrew R. Roberson, Esq., Partner, McDermott Will & Emery, Chicago, IL
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