Join Attorney Eric L. Green on May 24th at 1:00 pm EST for a national webinar hosted by CCH, a Wolters Kluwer Company:
DEALING WITH THE IRS COLLECTION DIVISION
A Practical Review of IRS Collection Procedures and Opportunities to Help Your Clients
A Live Two -Hour Webinar from CCH
Join Esteemed Tax Controversy Attorney Eric L. Green and Learn How the IRS Collection Division Operates and What Opportunities Exist to Help Taxpayers Resolve Their Tax Issues
As the federal government faces extreme financial pressures, the IRS is using every tool it has available to identify taxpayers who owe back taxes in its efforts to close the “tax gap” and collect owed revenues. As of December 31, 2010 there are more than 10.4 million taxpayers in the IRS Collection Division’s inventory. IRS lien filings are up a staggering 1,600% over the last 10 years, and levies served on third parties have increased 475% during the same period. The impact of the IRS’s increased enforcement activities is to send more taxpayers scrambling for professional help in resolving their IRS problems. Unpaid payroll tax liabilities in particular have become a huge issue for small businesses.
The key success factor in assisting taxpayers with their IRS issues is understanding the rules of how the IRS Collection Division works and knowing where the opportunities are to resolve the matter. This two-hour CPE webinar with highly regarded tax controversy expert, Eric L. Green, J.D., LL.M., will provide a practical review of IRS Collection Division procedures, a practical discussion of handling the tax collection client to make sure you get paid, and the opportunities that exist to resolve income and payroll tax liabilities for taxpayers, including the offer-in-compromise program and installment agreements.
All professionals involved in tax planning, tax return preparation, and taxpayer representation will benefit from this seminar. The presentation time will include opportunities for you to ask questions directly to Mr. Green via phone or email.
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