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Michael Sardar presented "Working with Schedule C Taxpayers Without Complete Records: Reconstruction, Estimates, and Best Practices" at the Sid Kess's "Dealing with the IRS" seminar at Baruch College on Dec. 4.

Michael Sardar presented "Working with Schedule C Taxpayers Without Complete Records: Reconstruction, Estimates, and Best Practices" at the Sid Kess's "Dealing with the IRS" seminar at Baruch College on Dec. 4.

In the event of a loss of client records or due to poor record keeping, a paid preparer may need to help his client reconstruct the records and/or make estimates. This session covered tips and ideas on how to handle such issues from tax-return  preparation through audit and will include a review of the Schedule C Form, common Schedule C pitfalls, and the best practices for how the tax return preparer and client can utilize estimates and reconstructions in these situations.  The session also addressed the Cohan rule and the AICPA Statement on Standards with respect to the use of estimates. 

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Michael Sardar presented "Working With Schedule C Taxpayers Without Complete Records: Reconstruction, Estimates, And Best Practices" at the Sid Kess's "Dealing with the IRS" Seminar

Michael Sardar presented "Working with Schedule C Taxpayers Without Complete Records: Reconstruction, Estimates, and Best Practices" at the Sid Kess's "Dealing with the IRS" seminar at Baruch College on Dec. 4.

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Michael Sardar moderated the panel "Ethical Obligations To Report Misconduct by Other Practitioners and Taxpayers" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT

Tax practitioners should be mindful of their ethical obligation to report tax-related misconduct under the internal revenue laws, the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, and Circular 230.  This group of experienced panelists examined when, whether, and how to complain about professional misconduct by private practice and government attorneys or the Court. The panelists also discussed when, whether, and how to report tax-related misconduct by unscrupulous tax professionals.

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Sharon L. McCarthy Moderated the Panel "Summons & Summons Enforcement" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT

Sharon L. McCarthy Moderated the Panel "Summons & Summons Enforcement" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT on November 22, 2019.

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Sharon L. McCarthy Participated on the Panel "IRS Enforcement Update" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT

Sharon L. McCarthy Participated on the Panel "IRS Enforcement Update" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT on November 22, 2019.

 

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Caroline D. Ciraolo Moderated "A Conversation with Nina Olson, Former National Taxpayer Advocate" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT

Caroline D. Ciraolo moderated "A Conversation with Nina Olson, Former National Taxpayer Advocate" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference on November 22, 2019 in Uncasville, CT.

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Caroline D. Ciraolo Presented "Criminal Aspects of IRS Collection Cases" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT

Caroline D. Ciraolo participated on the panel "Criminal Aspects of IRS Collection Cases" at the 2019 New England IRS Representation Conference in Uncasville, CT, on November 22, 2019. 

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Stephen A. Josey Participated in the Panel Entitled "Give Me Back My Money: The Life of a Refund Suit," at the IRS Representation Conference on November 21, 2019

Stephen A. Josey participated in the panel entitled "Give Me Back My Money: The Life of a Refund Suit," at the IRS Representation Conference on November 21, 2019 in New Haven, CT.

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Brian P. Ketcham presented the CPE/CLE Course: Federal Sentencing Update

This course explored the basics of sentencing in federal criminal cases, emerging developments in sentencing in FBAR matters, practice tips for preparing for a sentencing hearing, and how accountants can help attorneys achieve better sentencing results in white collar cases.

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Usman Mohammad presented Certain Aspects of International Tax Law at the Navigating Challenging Markets Through Alternative Investments Educational Seminar & Dinner

The Navigating Challenging Markets Through Alternative Investments Educational Seminar & Dinner was hosted by Arch Global Advisors. Usman Mohammad and John Donovan II, CFP covered topics including Financial Planning, Institutional Real Estate and International Tax Law.

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