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Tax Ethics: Best Practices for Ensuring Compliance With Circular 230 and Other Applicable Rules

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Tax Ethics: Best Practices for Ensuring Compliance With Circular 230 and Other Applicable Rules

April 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm EDT

On April 19, 2024 Bryan C. Skarlatos will participate in a webinar, sponsored by Stafford, titled “Tax Ethics: Best Practices for Ensuring Compliance With Circular 230 and Other Applicable Rules.”

Bryan will discuss Circular 230 concerns regarding ethical encounters facing tax professionals, including how current norms impact the profession. This discussion will examine best practices to ensure compliance and avoid penalties.

Program Description:
Fulfilling one’s professional obligations as a tax practitioner has never been easy, and the disruption caused by more practitioners working from home has compounded the profession’s ethical challenges. This webinar will explore how Circular 230, statutory penalties, and other applicable rules apply in everyday situations and discuss how technological changes expose tax professionals to potential sanctions.

To practice before the IRS, tax practitioners must comply with standards outlined in Circular 230, which covers conflicts of interest, the duty of confidentiality, knowledge of a client’s omission, and other issues, including the duty of supervisors to ensure that others in their firm comply with the rules. Knowing the requirements of the Circular, which complements the professional standards adopted by accounting societies and bar associations, is vitally important.

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CPE Credit is available for this program.