Simple Steps You Can Do to Resolve an IRS Issue
Tuesday, January 19, 2021 | 1pm – 3pm Eastern | via Live Webinar
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As we start into 2021, COVID continues to rage across America and the economic devastation from the pandemic is hammering businesses and taxpayers. Fortunately, the IRS has a number of opportunities for taxpayers to resolve their issues and avoid IRS enforcement. When a taxpayer is unable to pay his or her living expenses, they may have their account placed in hardship, or what is known in tax lingo as “Uncollectible” status. They may be able to compromise the debt for a small fraction of what they owe or set up automatic payment plans. Penalty abatement may also be available, depending upon their circumstances. But how do these programs work, and which one is best for you to pursue?
Join us for this very special webinar with National Speaker and Tax Attorney Eric Green as he walks you through simple things you can do to stop IRS harassment and resolve a tax debt. Whether for yourself, a family member or clients, this program will provide a map through the IRS craziness to end the stress and return to a place of menuchas hanefesh.
- The IRS Collection Process
- Tax Liens and Lien Releases
- Tax Levies
- Penalty Abatement
- Definition of Hardship (Uncollectible Status)
- Installment Agreements
- Planning Opportunities
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About the Instructor:
Attorney Eric L. Green is a practicing tax attorney, author, speaker, and coach. He founded Tax Rep LLC which runs the popular tax representation practice-growth training and coaching program Tax Rep Network. Through his role as the primary instructor and coach at Tax Rep Network, he has helped hundreds of accountants start and grow successful tax representation practices.
Eric is a partner and founder of law firm Green & Sklarz LLP, which is based in New Haven, Connecticut, where his focus is taxpayer representation before the IRS, Department of Justice Tax Division and state departments of revenue. Prior to becoming an attorney, Eric served as a senior tax consultant for national and international accounting firms, including KPMG and Deloitte & Touche.
Eric developed a national reputation by building a remarkable record of negotiating favorable settlements in thousands of civil cases against government agencies and has also been able to convince government agents and attorneys to forgo criminal charges and civilly resolve many cases.
Eric is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, an organization in which membership is an honor reserved for those at the top of their chosen profession. The College’s members, called “Fellows,” are recognized for their extraordinary accomplishments and professional achievements and for their dedication to improving the practice of tax law. Fellows must be nominated by their peers for this honor.
Eric is a frequent lecturer at American Bar Association Tax Section conferences, accounting conferences, and state Enrolled Agent conferences. He served as adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Law where he taught law students to handle taxpayer representation matters in the low income taxpayer clinic. He is often quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, CreditCard.com and Consumer Reports Financial News.
Eric is the author of the Accountant’s Guide to IRS Collection, the Accountant’s Guide to Resolving Tax Debts, a contributing author on Advocating for Low Income Taxpayers: A Clinical Studies Casebook and was interviewed for the book Stop Hiding from the IRS: The Insider’s Guide to Solving Your Tax Debts Once and For All.
Attorney Green received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting with a minor in International Business from Hofstra University and is an honors graduate from New England School of Law. He earned a Masters of Laws in Taxation from Boston University School of Law.
Fundraiser for The Clifton Cheder – all proceeds of this program will go to The Clifton Cheder, a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.