Offer in Compromise: New IRS Rules and Advanced Techniques to Reduce Tax Obligations
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Offer in Compromise: New IRS Rules and Advanced Techniques to Reduce Tax Obligations (MLC575G)
New IRS Rules on Offer in Compromise and Advanced Techniques to Reduce Tax Obligations
Following the Internal Revenue Service's total revision of its system of offers in compromise, successful offers in compromise became easier to achieve. But practitioners must comply with complex rules for settlement of outstanding tax obligations.
With an understanding of the IRS's rules, one can substantially reduce many tax obligations. Join this session by expert speaker Robert McKenzie as he covers several advanced techniques for offers in compromise. He will also share details on the alternatives for avoiding the 20% upfront payment, besides much more.
Maximizing IRS allowable expense standards
Techniques for valuing assets
Effective tax administration offers
Reducing hassles from campus OIC functionaries
Alternatives to avoid the 20% down payment
NASBA & IRS Category of Study: Taxes
Who Should Attend?
CPAs and Enrolled Agents
Finance and Accounting Professionals
Accounting and taxation firms
Law firms dealing with tax issues
Businesses involved in joint ventures with nonprofit organizations
Robert E. McKenzie is a Partner of the law firm of Arnstein & Lehr LLP of Chicago, Illinois, concentrating his practice in representation before the Internal Revenue Service and state tax agencies. He has lectured extensively on the subject of tax representation and has presented courses be...