There are many issues that can arise for the CPA when clients divorce. When financial issues come to light, and in the pursuit of the “best” settlement, will you be able to recognize the red flags, offer the appropriate guidance, and keep yourself from an ethical quandary? This webinar will help you understand the complex - and surprisingly common - tax crime accusations that arise in divorce. These include tax evasion, willful failure to pay tax, conspiracy, and much more.
The CPA in these cases is subject to scrutiny and faces ethical and procedural choices that can be burdened with pitfalls. Do not let your client turn you into an uncompensated witness. Even if you have assisted clients during a divorce in the past, attend this webinar to better understand the risks as well as the actions to take to protect yourself and best serve your clients.
Identify how financial issues can become legal and ethical risks during a divorce.
Determine appropriate actions to protect yourself or clients during a divorce.
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