McKenzie discusses IRS techniques at ABA Tax Controversy Conference

McKenzie discusses IRS techniques at ABA Tax Controversy Conference
New IRS Techniques and Key Taxpayer Strategies
December 7, 2017

​Robert E. McKenzie, a partner in the Firm’s Tax Practice, speaks at the American Bar Association’s 34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy in Las Vegas. The conference brings together high-level government representatives, judges, corporate counsel, and private practitioners engaged in all aspects of tax controversy, tax litigation, and criminal tax prosecutions and defense. Robert’s presentation will focus on litigation techniques to use when a client is faced with passport restrictions, private debt collectors, repeat employment tax liabilities and penalty assessments due to IRS collections. Attendees will also learn how the Taxpayer Bill of Rights can be used in Collection Due Process, when the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act can be applied to tax collections, and how to distinguish when administrative and judicial solutions are most appropriate.

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