Tax Debt? Know the Best Tax Amnesty Program for your Client


July 09, 2020


Daniel J. Pilla

  1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT | 100 Minutes

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There’s never been a better time to resolve a delinquent tax problem with the IRS. Not so much because of COVID-19, but because the IRS has a much more open mind when it comes to negotiating delinquent tax debts. The “Fresh Start Initiative,” changes to the Offer in Compromise Program, the Collection Due Process appeal rights, and instalment agreement options, all make it possible to pay taxes on your terms, not theirs. On top of that when, the IRS even more willing to negotiate when they know a tax liability is dischargeable in bankruptcy.

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will understand all the basis of: 

  • Installment agreement options, including getting a client declare “currently not collectible”
  • The four options for an offer in compromise
  • When Collection Due Process Appeal rights are available and how to invoke them
  • The options for challenging the assessment of penalties
  • How to determine if a tax liability is dischargeable in bankruptcy

Session Highlights:

This webinar will covers basics of the following Tax Amnesty Programs:

  • Uncollectible status
  • Installment Agreements generally
  • Collection Due Process Appeals
  • Partial Pay installment agreement
  • The Offer in Compromise
  • Forgiveness of Penalties and Interest
  • Bankruptcy basics

Who Should Attend?

  • Certified Public Accountants (CPA’s)
  • Enrolled Agents (EA’s)
  • Tax Attorneys
  • Other Tax Preparers

Session Prerequisites and preparation: None

Recommended CPE credit – 2.0

Recommended field of study – Tax

Session learning level: Introductory

Delivery method: Group Internet Based

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