Get Useful Strategies and Techniques for Resolving Difficult Tax Disputes and Collection Issues
This session by expert speaker Haleh C. Naimi will discuss the practical tax collection resolution options available to taxpayers from collection appeals to bankruptcy. The presentation will address real life tax resolution options, including collection due process hearings, innocent and injured spouse claims, offers-in-compromise, and installment agreements, and their potential impact on subsequent bankruptcy discharge.
The session will focus on understanding barriers to discharging taxes in bankruptcy including discharging penalties and the implication of late filed returns on the discharge of taxes. Individuals and business owners can learn useful strategies and techniques for resolving difficult tax disputes and collection issues involving income, sales, payroll, and property tax obligations.
You will receive knowledge of the interplay between the Bankruptcy and Tax Codes and new case law developments in the area of bankruptcy taxation.
Data mining IRS transcripts
Evaluation of hidden liabilities – responsible person / successor liability for trust fund obligations
Using collection appeals to resolve tax obligations outside of bankruptcy
Challenging tax liens and review of the technical issues involving priority and divestment of liens. Practical considerations for discharging liens, subordination of liens, and certificate of non-attachment
Requesting penalty abatement and discharging penalties in bankruptcy
Who Should Attend
This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all personnel in:
Haleh Naimi is the managing shareholder of the law firm of Advocate Solutions, Inc., which received the award Tax - Law Firm of the Year 2016 and 2017 by Lawyer Magazine. She specializes in tax and bankruptcy law representing individuals and businesses (ranging in siz...
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