Tax Practice and Procedure Blunders That Can and Should Be Avoided
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Avoid common mistakes made by tax practice and procedures practitioners.
Discussion on inadvertent privilege waiver, failure to control the flow of information at an audit, missing critical deadlines, failure to provide appropriate and adequate refund claims when necessary, and other key procedural mistakes will be addressed.
AuthorsMichael G Goller, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.
Do Not Inadvertently Waive a Privilege
• Attorney/Client Privilege
• Tax Practitioner Privilege
Examination of Tax Returns to Control the Flow of Information
Avoid Preparer Penalties
Don't Blow Critical Deadlines
• 30-Day Letter
• 90-Day Letter
• Refund Claims
When and How to Make a Qualified Offer to Recover Certain Costs
Lay the Ground Work to Switch the Burden of Proof at Trial
The Need for Protective Refund Claim
Avoiding Interest in Employment Tax Cases
Update on Hot Practice and Procedure Issues