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The Criminal Tax Case: A Tale of Greed & Stupidity - 05-18-2017  [Full Day Seminar]
 
THE CRIMINAL TAX CASE: 
A TALE OF GREED & STUPIDITY

On Thursday May 18th we will be doing a full day program at Quinnipiac University on everything you need to know about criminal tax!  The day will include breakfast, lunch, snacks and coffee.  We will be joining our two fictitious taxpayers Tony & Marie as they go on a highly unpleasant yet informative journey through the criminal tax system.  Attendees will learn a lot of what to do (and NOT to do) through a fun filled day or learning, as our panels of government specialists and experts cover:
 
  • Handling a civil exam when there are indications of fraud
  • Criminal Tax for Accountants: Is it good tax planning or criminal conspiracy?
  • Criminal tax investigations 101 
  • How the IRS works tax preparer investigations and what every tax preparer needs to know
  • Tax loss calculations and sentencing
  • Paying up: how the IRS and Department of Justice go about collecting its money after the dust has settled!
And much more!  Joining us will be folks from IRS Criminal Investigations, The Department of Justice Tax Division, the United States Attorneys office and the Honorable Victor Bolden, Federal District Court Judge for the District of Connecticut.

Price:
Early-Bird (until 5/1):                 $50.00
Regular Price (after 5/1):           $75.00
 
Free parking, and continental breakfast, lunch, coffee and snacks are all included!  Any and all profits will benefit the University of Connecticut Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and Scholarship Fund.
 
Join us for a great day and learn everything you need to know about Criminal Tax Cases.  CPAs & EAs can earn up to 8 CPE credits, and attorneys can earn 8 CLE credits.
 
 
Register quickly by clicking on the link below, as seating will be extremely limited!

REGISTER HERE!

Please register through the above link only!  It will take you to the Quinnipiac University registration site.

DO NOT USE EITHER OF THE LINKS BELOW
 
  
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