Friday, September 18, 2015

Ensure only YOU make the right impression (and no one else.)

According to the 2015 Identity Fraud Study*, "$16 billion was stolen from 12.7 million U.S. consumers in 2014," and "There was a new identity fraud victim every two seconds in 2014."

63% of CPAs said at least one of their clients was a victim of tax identity theft in the 2015 filing season - via JOA

With increased online activities, the potential for identity theft increases. Be prepared to protect your identity and your clients'  - mitigate your risk.
Tax Practitioner’s Guide to Identity Theft  Review recent case law and twenty-five “best practices” that clients can employ to decrease the risk of both tax-related and non-tax related identity theft. 

Advising Clients on Identity Theft and Other Non-Tax Burdens of Being a U.S. Taxpayer Help Tax Clients Prevent and Deal with Identity Theft and Other Issues

Learn new strategies to better protect your clients and deal with the IRS from leading practitioners and government representatives. 

Hear what IRS executives will be focusing on in the coming year, how to deal with examinations of cash businesses, ethical issues and more. Join roundtable discussions with senior officials from the IRS and Justice Department and breakout sessions with leading practitioners.

Top government executives include:

  • Karen Hawkins, Former Director of the Office of Professional Responsibility, Internal Revenue Service
  • Mary Beth Murphy, Deputy Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service
  • Rajive Mathur, Director of Online Services, Internal Revenue Service
  • Carol Madison, Acting Director of Examination for SB/SE, North Atlantic Region, Internal Revenue Service
  • Caroline D. Ciraolo, Acting Assistant Attorney General, United States Dept. of Justice Tax Division
  • Earn 8 CPE credits (7 taxation and 1 ethics) at the New England IRS Representation Conference 

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