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

Date :
October 25, 2016 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Location :
Webcast
Facility :
Webcast Event
Level of Difficulty :
Advanced
Member Price :
325
Nonmember Price :
425
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.

Objectives:

  • 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:

None

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:
Advanced
Field of Interest:
Taxes
Prerequisites:

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.

Instructors

Charles P Rettig, Esq.

Chuck Rettig specializes in civil and criminal tax controversies as well as tax, business and estate planning, and family wealth transfers. As a managing partner at Hochman, Salkin, Rettig, Toscher & Perez, P.C. of Beverly Hills, his representation includes federal and state civil and criminal tax controversy matters and tax litigation, including sensitive tax-related examinations and investigations for high-wealth individuals and their closely held entities. Retting is internationally recognized for his expertise in the representation of U.S. persons having undeclared interests in foreign financial accounts and assets, including sensitive civil examinations, IRS voluntary disclosure programs and procedures, as well as criminal tax investigations. He is a frequent lecturer before national, state and local professional organizations and has authored numerous articles in many national, state and local publications.

Rettig is a past-chair of the IRS Advisory Council (IRSAC); a member of the advisory board of the California Franchise Tax Board; a past-member of the advisory council of the California State Board of Equalization; institute chair for the UCLA Extension 34th Annual Tax Controversy Institute; co-chair of the 4th Annual NYU Tax Controversy Forum; planning committee member for the USC School of Law Annual Institute on Federal Taxation (and institute chair of the Subcommittee on Ethics, Compliance and Enforcement); planning committee member and the “tax controversies” chair for the 76th NYU Institute on Federal Taxation; institute co-chair of the ABA 34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy; past-member of the board of trustees for the CalCPA Education Foundation; and past-chair of the Taxation Section for the State Bar of California.

Rettig is an officer, regent (past-chair, nominating committee) and fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (ACTC); on the national board of advisors for the Graduate Tax Program (master of laws in taxation) at New York University School of Law; on the board of advisors for the CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure; chair of the legal tax advisory board for Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (CCH); an officer of the ABA Taxation Section; past-chair of the Committee on Civil and Criminal Tax Penalties; and a member of the Committee on Appointments to the U.S. Tax Court for the ABA Taxation Section. He authors the Practice Column for the CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure; is a co-author of “Tax Crimes,” BNA-Tax Management, Publication 636; and recently co- authored the “Tax Practice & Procedure” treatise for the CCH Expert Treatise Library. Rettig is a Certified Specialist in both Taxation Law and Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization.

No Agenda or Materials posted.