If your client has a seriously delinquent tax debt, the IRS can notify the State Department to revoke, suspend or limit their passport. The passport revocation procedures have been discussed in the news but few people really understand the rules, and the exceptions to the rules. So what do you do if your client is delinquent with the IRS and has travel plans outside the U.S?
As a tax professional, you must know how to deal with passport revocation procedures, because the number of delinquent taxpayers is growing – and some of them could include your clients. In this must-attend webinar, tax litigation consultant Daniel J. Pilla will tell you what you can do to protect your clients’ interests if they face such a situation.
Pilla will analyze the new code Section 7345, which empowers IRS to revoke or deny passports in certain tax delinquency cases. Pilla will explain what amounts to serious delinquency under the rules, the notice requirements the IRS must follow, the exceptions to losing a passport – and how to ensure your client does not lose their passport. You will know what procedures to follow if your client has a “seriously delinquent” tax debt – including how to appeal passport revocation determinations, and more.
After attending the webinar, you will know exactly what you should do if your client is delinquent with the IRS and has travel plans outside the U.S.
This session will help you understand:
NASBA & IRS Category of Study: Taxes
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