Although the IRS has not updated Circular 230 in over half a decade, it is still the foundation for the ethical standards of tax professionals. Circular is meant to insure that practitioners are fit to practice before the IRS. Learn the Rules that practitioners must be aware of as they work with clients and represent clients before the IRS in any tax issues. It is critical to know how these changes will set new standards for quality tax practice and how those standards will be enforced by the IRS.
This is designed for tax practitioners who want to learn to interact with clients professionally, avoid potential conflicts of interest issues between clients or between themselves and clients, to learn more about their rights and responsibilities with respect to powers of attorney and IRS representation.
Eva Rosenberg, EA, Your TaxMama® has been teaching Enrolled Agents exam review courses off and on since developing the program for UCLA Extension over 25 years ago.
Eva has a B.A. in Accounting and an M.B.A. in International Business. Your TaxMama® has been a TaxWatch columnist for Dow Jones' www.MarketWatch.com and author of award-winning best-sellers, including Small Business Taxes Made Easy. and Deduct Everything! You can hear her on various radio stations around the country on a regular basis.
As a speaker, TaxMama® is popular with both tax professionals and taxpayers. You can find her at www.TaxMama.com where you can subscribe to her free podcast. TaxMama is also the moderator of the U.S. Tax Court Group at LinkedIn and invites you to join.
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