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Webinar (CPA Crossings): How to Reopen and Challenge an Assessed Tax

Description

Waking Up the Dead: How to Challenge an Assessed Tax: This program explains the opportunities for practitioners to reopen assessed tax liabilities, including audit reconsideration, doubt-as-to-liability offers, amending tax returns, and challenging the assessment at a CDP hearing. The program will explain each option and when practitioners should consider utilizing each of them.

This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.

Learning Objectives

After attending this presentation you will be able to…

  • Understand how to request audit reconsideration
  • Identify when is it possible to use an amended return to reopen a bad assessment
  • Explain how Doubt-as-to-Liability Offers work 
  • Understand how to utilize a CDP hearing to force a reconsideration of a tax liability
  • Describe how to use refund requests to reopen a bad assessment
Major Topics

The major topics that will be covered in this class include:

  • The means that CPAs can reopen closed assessments,
  • Doubt-as-to-liability offers
  • Audit reconsideration
  • Amended returns
  • Refunds
Provider
CPA Crossings, LLC
Course Level
Intermediate
CPE Field of Study
Tax
2
Who Should Attend

CPAs

Instructor(s)
Eric Green
Prerequisites

None

Advanced Preparation

This webinar is produced by CPA Crossings. You will receive your login link/instructions and Certificate of Attendance directly from this third-party vendor. It is important that you review your COCPA confirmation for details on receiving your login instructions and COA from said vendor.

Location
Webinar
Event Information
When
May 28, 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm MDT
Location
Webinar
Total CPE Credits
2
Format
Webinar

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Webinar (CPA Crossings): How to Reopen and Challenge an Assessed Tax


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