Whether you are new to representation or are a seasoned professional, this on-demand webinar will provide you with invaluable resources to efficiently handle an IRS exam.
2 CPE for EA, CPA, CRTP
$52 for Members and $64 for Nonmembers
Includes webinar recording and PowerPoint presentation. CPE is issued after exam is successfully completed.
This in-depth on-demand webinar will provide an expert's viewpoint of IRS examination techniques and effective responses. The presenter, Gary L. Howard, has over 25 years of experience working with tax controversy and litigation support for white collar criminal attorneys, including high profile cases and voluntary disclosures of foreign assets.
The on-demand webinar will discuss differing techniques involved in effectively representing clients, both individuals and businesses, in an IRS office or field examination. You will learn how the Federal Government Examination process works, including the "Information Document Request" Form 4564, the auditor's findings, and subsequent steps and options. You will also learn key techniques, gained through Mr. Howard's decades of hands-on experience, to help make the end-result better for your client. Whether your client has committed a crime or not, this is a webinar that you can't miss in order to effectively represent your client in IRS exams.
Upon the completion of this on-demand webinar, you will be able to:
Presented by: Gary L. Howard, CPA Gary Howard has focused on litigation support and forensic accounting since the founding of his firm in 1986. He received his B.A. in Economics and Accounting from California State University, Fullerton and his M.S. in Taxation from Golden Gate University, San Francisco.
His firm, G.L. Howard, CPA in Los Alamitos, works with some of the most prominent attorneys in Southern California on litigation matters of all size, some of which have exceeded $250 million. Mr. Howard works in a litigation support and expert witness capacity in analyzing and quantifying the economic damages in all types of matters. These include large/complex, high-risk cases; complicated tax controversy matters both civil and criminal; alter ego; voluntary disclosure; and economic damages. He is also an experienced court appointed referee.
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