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How Far Can You Go? Ethical And Penalty Issues In Everyday Tax Practice
October 26 @ 5:15 pm - 6:55 pm EDT
Bryan C. Skarlatos will chair and Michael Sardar will moderate a panel titled “How Far Can You Go? Ethical And Penalty Issues In Everyday Tax Practice” at the 82nd Institute on Federal Taxation hosted by the New York University School of Professional Studies. The conference will take place at the Westin New York at Times Square, New York, NY on October 22-27, 2023 and the Claremont Club & Spa in Berkeley, CA on November 12-17, 2023.
As a responsible tax practitioner, you must understand the ethical standards that apply to your conduct and what can trigger a penalty assessment against you or your clients. How sure do you have to be before you can tell a client it is okay to take a deduction or exclude income? Can you accept what a client tells you, or do you have to audit your client’s records? When can your clients be subject to penalties? How can you protect your clients and yourself? This panel of expert practitioners addresses these and other thorny ethical and penalty issues that arise in everyday tax practice through the use of hypothetical examples.
Bryan C. Skarlatos, Esq., Partner, Kostelanetz LLP, New York, NY
Michael Sardar, Esq., Partner, Kostelanetz LLP, New York, NY
NY: S. Starling Marshall, Esq., Partner, Crowell and Moring, New York, NY
CA: Michel R. Stein, Esq., Principal, Hochman Salkin Toscher Perez PC, Beverly Hills, CA
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