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Caroline D. Ciraolo participated in the panel titled "What Every Estate Planner Needs To Know About International Tax And Reporting, And The Government’s Enforcement And Initiatives?"

CLA Tax Section Annual Estate and Gift Tax Conference

 

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Caroline D. Ciraolo participated in the panel titled "Updated Voluntary Disclosure Procedures: Is This The Correct Path For Your Noncompliant Client?" at the 43rd Annual Tax Law Conference

2019 promises to be a key year for the tax bar. With landmark administrative guidance in the wake of tax reform, practitioners will be contending with fast-paced developments that will have immediate and immense effects. 

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Jay Nanavati participated in the panel titled "Technology in Tax Enforcement" at the 43rd Annual Tax Law Conference

Attendees learned about the role of “big data” in the IRS’s and DOJ’s efforts to efficiently analyze the vast amounts of data that it receives from FATCA, the former Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, the current Voluntary Disclosure Practice, the Swiss Bank Program, and Suspicious Activity Reports.

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Michael Sardar participated in the panel titled "Choice Of Forum In Tax Disputes" at the 43rd Annual Tax Law Conference

2019 promises to be a key year for the tax bar. With landmark administrative guidance in the wake of tax reform, practitioners will be contending with fast-paced developments that will have immediate and immense effects. 

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Stephen A. Josey moderated the panel titled “The Taxpayer Advocate Service: What TAS Does And How It Can Help You” at the 43rd Annual Tax Law Conference

Panelists discussed the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS) and how it can help you in your practice. 

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K&F Sponsored: CityLaw Breakfast: Jeremy Travis

On March 8, Kostelanetz & Fink cosponsored the New York Law School’s 160th CityLaw Breakfast. The event featured Arnold Ventures’ Executive Vice President of Criminal Justice and former president of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Jeremy Travis. Travis also previously worked as a senior fellow with the Justice Policy Center at the Urban Institute where he launched a national research program focused on prisoner reentry into society.

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Caroline D. Ciraolo moderated the panel titled "New Developments In Criminal Tax Enforcement" at the 33rd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime

This panel considered the ever-expanding role of the IRS Criminal Investigation Division and its new specialized units in the investigation and prosecution of criminal tax cases, and offered practice tips for dealing with such situations. 

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Michael Sardar presented a CPE course titled "Representing Taxpayers Without Records For Schedule C" for the CPA Academy

This session covered issues that arise for the tax-preparer when working with clients who don’t have adequate records. Topics covered in this webinar included schedule C pitfalls, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), use of reconstructions and estimates, the Cohan rule, and the AICPA Statement on Standards with respect to the use of estimates. 

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Caroline D. Ciraolo presented "What’s New In Tax Enforcement – Current Priorities Of The IRS And DOJ Tax Division" at the Rule Day Club

 

 

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Caroline D. Ciraolo presented "Criminal Tax Enforcement: What Lies Ahead In 2019" at the Georgetown Scholars Lunch

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