Ninth Annual IRS Tax Seminar for Tax Professionals to Be Held at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus, January 7
Helen Saffran,Associate Director of Public Relations
Long Island University
Brooklyn, N. Y. – The Ninth Annual IRS Tax Practitioner Seminar will be held Thursday, January 7, 2010, at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus in the Campus’ Health Sciences Building, Room 107, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event is sponsored by The Center for Accounting and Tax Education (CATE) of the School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences at the Brooklyn Campus, in coordination with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
“This seminar provides excellent presentations as well as the opportunity to receive eight Continuing Professional Education credits,” says Brooklyn Campus Accounting Professor Myrna L. Fischman, director of CATE and Seminar coordinator.
"This is especially important now that the New York Accountancy Reform Law is in effect requiring accountants to take a specific number of CPE credits by December 2010," adds Fischman.
The presentations and presenters are:
-- "The New Compliance Edge: Examination and Collection," William Marshall, director, Examination (North Atlantic), IRS, and Joan Tosh, supervisor/manager, Collection (North Atlantic), IRS;
-- "Tax Aspects of Investing in Today’s Markets," Janice M. Johnson, CPA, J.D., Consultant in Financial Services;
-- "Current Federal Tax Planning Strategies and Updates – 2010 and Beyond," Jack Gold, CPA, Adelman Katz and Mond LLP;
-- "If Your Client Should Die in 2010 or 2011," Alan Straus, CPA, J.D. Esq., Own Account;
-- "Tax Planning for Retirement," Warren Bergstein, CPA, Adelman Katz and Mond LLP;
-- "Tri-State Tax Updates and Related Topics," Mark H. Levine, CPA;
-- "Fraud, Money Laundering and the Bank Secrecy Act," Alexander Basden, IRS/Bank Secrecy Act Program External Stakeholder; and
-- "Form 990, Presentation and Answers to Questions," Jenifer Keiser, CPA, director, Eisner LLP, and Candice Meth, senior manager, Eisner LLP.
The cost of the 2010 Tax Practitioner Seminar is $125, including breakfast, lunch and all materials. To apply, contact Dr. Fischman at (718) 780-4062.
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