Published: March, 2022
Many changes have taken place for business professionals due to COVID-19. Most workplaces have transitioned to fully remote operations, and there is an abundance of new rules and regulations to navigate through. In these difficult times, accounting and tax professionals must especially stay up to date on ethical practices and new quality control procedures.
Circular 230 is where tax practitioners have their main source of ethics. Oftentimes, practitioners can inadvertently go astray from these rules. It is the document that contains – it has a statute on the front cover and then the rest of it is those regulations detailing a tax professional's duties and obligations while practicing before the IRS. And it has several sections. It has sections regarding who can practice before the IRS.
In this CPE webinar, you will learn the ins and outs of Circular 230 and look at real-life examples of practitioners who violated Circular 230.
Ethical issues for tax practitioners typically arise from a conflict among the duties owed to the client, to the system, and to yourself. When conflicts arise, it is important to understand what standards will be used to judge your conduct.
This CPE Online Course qualifies for Enrolled Agents' annual ethics will look at updates in the ethics world for 2022 and how they will apply to tax practices.
Speaker Nicholas Preusch has worked with the Internal Revenue Service as a Revenue Agent and an Attorney with the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility. Click Here to explore his webinars on related subjects.
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Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Nicholas Preusch
Nicholas has worked with the Internal Revenue Service as a Revenue Agent and an Attorney with the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility. Nicholas has authored publications for the AICPA’s Journal of Accountancy, AICPA’s Tax Advisor, NATP’s Tax Pro Journal, and CCH’s Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure. He also co-authored a textbook, Tax Preparer Penalties and Circular 230 Enforcement, published by Thomson Reuters. Nicholas has been recognized as the Top 5 Under 35 CPAs in Virginia, and is a member of the AICPA’s Tax Executive Committee. Nicholas is an adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington. He is a graduate of Carthage College, University of Connecticut (M.S. in Accounting), Case Western Reserve University School of Law (J.D.), and Georgetown University (LLM in Taxation).
Apr 19th, 2022
Very good use of examples to keep things relevant.
Apr 16th, 2022
Will discuss guide to my assistant.
Apr 15th, 2022
Very interesting! Most ethics seminars are boring. This was very interesting and the presenter was extremely informative with real world examples of ethics violations.