Amounts withheld from employee wages account for 70% of all revenues collected by the U.S Department of the Treasury, and as of September 2015, more than $59 billion of tax reported as due on employment tax returns remained unpaid. The IRS and the Tax Division of the Department of Justice recently identified civil and criminal employment tax enforcement as among the agencies’ top priorities.
This webinar, jointly offered by two leading tax controversy attorneys, will discuss:
(1) employer’s federal employment tax filing and withholding obligations;
(2) the trust fund recovery penalty under section 6672 of the Internal Revenue Code, who is a responsible person, and when a responsible person acts “willfully” to support the imposition of the trust fund recovery penalty;
(3) how continued noncompliance with employment tax obligations can result in criminal investigation and prosecution;
(4) the assessment and collection of the trust fund recovery penalty;
(5) rights before IRS collection and IRS Appeals to challenge a trust fund recovery penalty pre-assessment;
(6) strategies to challenge and prevent the assessment of the trust fund recovery penalty;
(7) how to resolve multiple trust fund recovery penalty assessments against more than one responsible person(s); and
(8) an introduction to trust fund recovery penalty litigation.
This webinar is a must-attend for practitioners who service companies that have payroll taxes.
"Excellent information coupled with real life examples and recommended best practices!"
"Great webinar. There was so much good information it could have easily gone twice as long!"
"The presenters for this webinar are knowledgeable and engaging on this important but often misunderstood topic. The webinar Powerpoint materials also provide a good outline of what the tax professional needs to know to represent a client on TFRP issues."
"This webinar was put together very well. Very informative and relevant."
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"As a former, now retired revenue officer and revenue officer advisor, I thought this course was fantastic and exceeded my expectations."
Lawrence A. Sannicandro is a tax controversy and litigation attorney with Agostino & Associates, P.C., where he counsels businesses and individuals at all stages of tax controversies. He regularly represents clients in audits, before the IRS Office of Appeals, and in litigation before the United States Courts of Appeals, the United States Tax Court, the United States Court of Federal Claims, the United States District Courts. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Sannicandro served as a law clerk for the United States Tax Court, and before that, as an attorney for the IRS. He earned his LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, and M.B.A. in Finance from Binghamton University. He is a frequent author on tax practice and procedure, and is a contributing author to David Laro, Shannon P. Pratt & Michael R. Devitt, Qualified Appraiser, Qualified Appraisal: Practice, Procedure, Legal Analysis, and Theory.
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