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Why You Should Attend
In August of 2022, President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act (“IRA”), which allocated tens of billions of dollars in long-term funding to the IRS on top of its regular annual appropriations. Most of this additional funding is earmarked for “enforcement,” broadly defined to include a range of activities intended to ensure compliance with the federal tax law. As a result, in-house and outside tax practitioners at law and accounting firms are likely to encounter a significant uptick in tax enforcement in the coming years.
For tax practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the nuances of representing clients in tax controversies, PLI is delighted to present this newly expanded full-day program in which leading experts will help you navigate the evolving post-IRA tax enforcement and compliance environment.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Anticipate potential federal tax controversy issues before they arise
- Assist taxpayers in understanding the compliance and enforcement risks associated with uncertain tax reporting positions and in taking steps to mitigate those risks
- Effectively resolve issues in the IRS examination and administrative appeal process
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for tax attorneys, accountants and in-house tax professionals interested in understanding the process for handling tax controversy matters including IRS audits and administrative appeal proceedings.
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: Interest in exploring the tax controversy process
Intended Audience: Attorneys, accountants and in-house tax professionals seeking a deeper understanding of the nuances of representing your clients in tax controversies.
Advanced Preparation: None