Every attorney will face tax issues at some point.
Whether its learning to recognize these issues or simply to educate oneself
about the workings of the IRS and the DOR, attendees will leave with a
working knowledge of basic tax practice.
This program is designed to familiarize attorneys
with tax issues faced by low-wage families with tax controversies however, the
core principles discussed equally apply to higher income taxpayers and small
business. Emphasis will be placed on collection options and defenses,
particularly with regard to the IRS and DOR collection process. The panel
will also analyze hypothetical situations based on actual cases, for additional
and practical advice.
We strongly encourage attorneys interested in
taking pro bono tax cases to attend this training. Many low-wage taxpayers face
the IRS on their own. An attorney can make all the difference in expediently
resolving the taxpayer’s issue, keeping the IRS in check, and increasing access
I. The IRS Collection
Critical statutes of limitations
- How to handle
liens and/or levies
II. Joint returns (spousal)
III. IRS and DOR Refund Claims,
including claims for unclaimed tax credits
- Register online: Click "Sign me
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- WEBCAST: This seminar is
also available live via WestLegalEd Center. Click here to register.
*Tuition Assistance: If the cost of this
seminar would preclude you from attending,
please contact us about tuition
discounts via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.