LIU Brooklyn’s Center for Accounting and Tax Education Hosts 12th Annual IRS Tax Seminar for Tax Professionals, Jan. 7, 2013
Alka Gupta,Assistant Director of Public Relations
Long Island University
Brooklyn, N.Y. – The Center for Accounting and Tax Education (CATE) at LIU Brooklyn and the Internal Revenue Service will host their annual tax practitioner seminar in January. This year's topic is "Challenges for the Future – Updates and Tips."
The seminar will take place on Monday, January 7, 2013, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in LIU Brooklyn's Schwartz Gymnasium, at 1 University Plaza, on the corner of Flatbush & DeKalb avenues. CATE is part of the Department of Accounting, Taxation & Law at the campus's School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences.
"This seminar provides excellent presentations from managers and directors of the IRS, as well as knowledgeable, experienced CPAs and J.D. practitioners," said LIU Brooklyn Accounting Professor Myrna L. Fischman, director of CATE and seminar coordinator.Nine CPE credits and/or nine CLE credits will be awarded.
The presentations and presenters are:
"The New Compliance Edge: Examination and Collection," Bryan Inoue, Examination (North Atlantic), IRS, and Mark Newman, director, Collection (North Atlantic), IRS;
"Do's and Don'ts of IRC 501© (3) Organizations," Peter Lorenzetti, area manager, Exempt Organizations, IRS;
"Primer on Individuals and the Affordable Care Act, Highlights of Year End 2012 vs. 2013," Warren Bergstein, Adelman Katz and Mond LLP;
"The IRS Video Portal Identity Theft and Online Fraud;"
"Stay Alive and Help Your Heirs – Everything You Wanted to Know about Estates & Gifts," Lawrence Keiser, CPA, J.D., Stern, Keiser, Panken and Wohl;
"Tax Planning Strategies for Small Businesses – 2013 and Beyond," Jack Gold, CPA, Adelman Katz and Mond LLP;
"Real Estate Transactions under Recent Changes," Aninda Dhar, J.D., LLM, Eisneramper;
"Tri-State Tax Updates-Sales Tax - Marriage Equality," Peter Rabinowitz, J.D., Corey Rosenthal CPA, J.D., Cohn Reznick.
The cost of the Tax Practitioner Seminar is $135, including breakfast, lunch and all materials. To apply, please contact Dr. Fischman at (718) 780-4062.
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