UCLA Extension 32nd Annual Tax Controversy Institute Webcast | 5163053A


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October 25, 2016 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Webcast Event
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CPE Credits :
CPE 8.00
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For 30 years, UCLA Extension's Tax Controversy Institute has been the pre-eminent conference in the U.S. dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. Along with hearing from members of the tax judiciary, government and private tax practitioner areans on topical issues, attendees will be able to network with leading tax professionals and IRS representatives.

Materials are provided as an ebook.


  • Identify procedures, policies and strategies involved in resolving difficult tax controversy issues.
  • Recognize positions held by federal government, judiciary and tax practitioners on how to resolve tax controversy issues.
  • Determine ways to more effectively handle tax litigation cases by understanding topical issues impacting this practice area and learning from leaders in this practice area.

Major Subjects:

  • Phases of tax controversy/tax litigation
  • Voluntary disclosure

Advanced Prep:


Misc. Information:

Pay the lowest price and save up to 60% with the CalCPA Education Foundation’s discount programs.

To ensure that all credit is properly recorded, please review your information and update your CPA, CFP, CTEC or Bar license number(s).

Level of Difficulty:
Field of Interest:

Working knowledge of tax litigation and tax controversy issues.

Designed For:

Attorneys, CPAs, tax practitioners and corporate and business professionals. Discounted rate for CalCPA, NAEA and FPA members.


Charles P Rettig
Charles P. Rettig, JD, LLM (taxation), a member of Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez in Beverly Hills, is a Certified Specialist in Taxation. He has written and lectured extensively on matters relating to federal and state tax procedures and settlements. Mr. Rettig is the chair of the UCLA extension Annual Tax Controversy Institute and is the chair-elect of the Taxation Section for the State Bar of California. He teaches at UCLA Extension and at Golden Gate University's Masters in Taxation program.
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