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Navigating Compliance For Non-Filers: Strategies And Resources (CPE)

Megan L. Brackney will present a webinar on “Navigating Compliance for Non-Filers: Strategies and Resources” on Tuesday, July 23, 2024. This webinar is part of the CPA Academy’s Women in Accounting series. Description: The AICPA and IRS Circular 230 outline paths to compliance for non-filing or out-of-compliance individuals, but non-compliance

Ethics and Penalty Issues in International Tax Practice (CLE)

Megan L. Brackney will present a webinar on “Ethics and Penalty Issues in International Tax Practice” at the June 18, 2024 International Tax Institute meeting. For full program details and registration information, please click here.  CLE Credit in Ethics is available for this event. 

Bloomberg Tax Quotes Megan Brackney On IRS Crackdown

Megan L. Brackney was quoted in a Bloomberg Tax article published May 20, 2024 titled “Wealthy Taxpayers Prep Years-Late Returns Ahead of IRS Crackdown.” Following a February 2024 announcement from the IRS that the agency would be pursuing wealthy taxpayers who failed to file their returns, a flurry of wealthy

Helping Clients Come Into Tax Compliance (CLE)

New York Law School’s Graduate Tax Program hosted their annual ethics workshop on professional responsibility for tax practitioners on May 17, 2024. Partner Megan L. Brackney spoke at an event titled “Helping Clients Come Into Tax Compliance.” See program details here.  CLE Credit in Ethics is available for this event. 

Kostelanetz Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Tax Court

Kostelanetz LLP has filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Center for Taxpayer Rights in support of petitioner Philip G. Groves in Groves v. Commissioner, T.C. No. 9974-22L, a case involving the IRS’s assessment of tax penalties. The petitioner is challenging penalty liability on the ground that the IRS

Staying On The Right Side Of The Law In Tax Collection Matters

By Megan L. Brackney and Vishan Chaudhary The CPA Journal January/February 2024, Featured Columns, Taxation In their article for The CPA Journal, Megan L. Brackney and Vishan Chaudhary outline an approach for tax advisors responding to clients who ask for advice or assistance on what might sound like evasion of

Federal Bar Association 2024 Tax Law Conference (CLE/CPE)

Join the Section on Taxation for the 48th Annual Tax Law Conference. This three-day program will offer the same great content in-person and online. Programming will be held in-person on Friday, March 1 and virtually from Monday, March 4 – Tuesday, March 5. Programming will include a keynote luncheon address