Author: Eva Rosenberg, Michael Rozbruch
This course will explain how to take over an audit from a client, the use of the power of attorney, communications with IRS, scheduling options for the audit, preparing the clients records for the audit, communicating potential results before the audit, and how to conduct the audit.
This topic is the tenth course in the IRS Practice Series.
Publication Date: August 2012
You can view the on-demand webcast at your own pace (using fast forward and rewind controls). In addition, supporting materials are available for download. You can view the program at any time and as often as you like. You have access to the recording for one year from date of purchase.
Designed ForAny proactive, current or prospective, Circular 230 practitioner that understands the IRS is ramping up the "close the tax gap". Tax practitioners who want to protect their existing clients from IRS' predatory audit actions. And tax practitioners who want to grow their business into this rapidly expanding market. Note: Those who have earned the Tax Mediary (CTM) Certificate, will earn the Tax Mediary (CTM) Certificate — Intermediate Level upon completion of the full series.
NASBA Field of Study
Taxes (2 hours)
Program PrerequisitesA basic understanding of a 1040 audit.