Surgent’s Hot IRS Tax Examination Issues for Individuals and Businesses Download (SU1720/23)
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May 1, 2023 @ 1:00 am - April 30, 2024 @ 1:00 am
Although the IRS continues to lose its audit workforce due to budget cuts, it continues to examine specific individuals and small business taxpayers. Now, more than ever, Accounting and Financial Professionals need clients to understand the need for documentation and procedures to substantiate what IRS examiners are pursuing. Learn the high audit risk areas and ways to help clients survive an IRS audit with little or no change. It is critical for Accounting and Financial Professionals in public accounting to understand the risk to clients and to themselves in tax return preparation and planning.
Accounting and Financial Professionals in public practice who prepare tax returns and represent their clients on IRS examinations
Understand what the IRS is focusing on in auditing individuals and selected businesses Help clients reduce their exposure to additional tax assessments Determine strategies for dealing with IRS examiners and presenting your clients’ tax positions in the best light possible
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Experience in preparing individual and business tax returns