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Nobody Is Perfect: How Sure Do You Need to Be When Taking a Position on a Return

NOBODY IS PERFECT: HOW SURE DO YOU NEED TO BE WHEN TAKING A POSITION ON A RETURN

Cyber Monday Special - 20% Off Using Promo Code BARUCH at Checkout - Offer Ends 12/2
Cost $10.00
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateDecember 1, 2020
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

This course will cover the tax reporting standards applicable to taxpayers and practitioners and review when penalties can be imposed for tax return errors. 

Learning Objectives:


  • Recognize what standards apply when the IRS determines whether or not to impose a penalty in connection with an erroneous position on a tax return

  • Demonstrate the difference between the reasonable basis, substantial authority, and more likely than not standards

  • Identify when can the practitioner be penalized for an error on a taxpayer’s return

  • Identify when, how, and why to make adequate disclosure of an uncertain tax position

PLEASE NOTE: ARCHIVED WEBINARS DO NOT QUALIFY FOR CPE
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Michael Sardar has extensive experience in a wide range of tax controversy and white-collar criminal defense matters. Mr. Sardar represents clients in all stages of civil and criminal tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), state tax authorities, the Department of Justice, and local prosecutors.

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