Yesterday, a District Court Judge in Connecticut ruled in favor of our client at summary judgment and found that the nonwillful penalty for failure to file an FBAR is capped at $10,000 per form, not per account, as had been argued by IRS and and DOJ. This was a matter of first impression for the ...
PPP-2: The New Rules and Tax ConsequencesTuesday, January 12, 2021 | 1pm – 4pm Eastern | via Live Webinar   On December 21st Congress passed a $2.3 trillion spending bill, which included about $900 billion of which is directed to relief programs, including a new round of PPP loans (PPP-2).  On Ja...
Given how wonderful 2020 has been, Tax Rep Network thought we would throw 2020 out the window and ring in the New Year with fun filled webinar designed to celebrate the IRS’s finest!Ever dealt with an auditor that you begin to realize immediately must be named Lucifer? The point of an audit, acco...
Solving Tax Debts: Economic Hardship in the Time of COVID. On December 22nd I (Eric Green) and The Nina Olson, our former IRS National Taxpayer Advocate, will be doing a special two-hour webinar on how to solve your client's tax debts in this particularly difficult economic time. We are asking yo...
Listen in on the interview with the IRS’s new Director of Fraud Enforcement Damon Rowe and Carolyn Schenk, IRS National Fraud Counsel, by Bryan Skarlatos of Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP.  Posted today on the Tax Rep Network.Listen here:
Join Caroline Ciraolo of Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP as she discusses what is happening at IRS Office of Chief Counsel with our IRS Chief Counsel, Michael Desmond, from the New England IRS Representation Conference.Catch the podcast interview here:
Tax practitioners are governed by many various rules of ethics, including the IRS Regulations known as “Circular 230”. This program will cover the Circular 230 rules and everyday ethical issues that arise for private practitioners.But what about the IRS’s employees? What ethical rules constrain t...
So what is an IRS Offer-in-Compromise?  I mean really?When the IRS calculates the RCP (Reasonable Collection Potential) of a client, what does that mean?  Does the IRS expect the client to liquidate their investments?  Sell or remortgage their home?  What if the client cannot tap the equity...the...
When business suffers taxpayers begin cheating. So what can you do if your client knows about tax crimes being committed? They can strike a blow for justice, the American tax system, and get paid doing it. Nothing more American than that!Fresh off the Tax Rep Network Podcast and as a warm up to t...
I am thrilled to announce that Tax Rep Network is now the official partner of the National Association of Tax Professionals (NATP). This new partnership will bring NATP members unprecedented access to Tax Rep Network’s training, marketing and practice management tools to help tax practitioners b...

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