How to Avoid and What to do if Audited by the IRS

Tuesday, January 26, 2016
From Mike’s book on How to Work with IRS: Second Edition (June 2014), and his experiences both at the IRS (28 year career) and in the private sector since August 2011 Mike presents insights on how to address issues with different divisions at the IRS.   As an example the estate and gift classification process is followed from start to finish to provide insight.  Mike presents steps you can take when working with IRS agents, estate and gift tax attorneys, and specialists to allow you to take appropriate actions - from the initial filing of the return to avoid an audit, examination tips if audited, appeals recommendations on cases where there is no agreement, and litigation.  Real world examples help bring these points home.
St. Louis Estate Planning Council, American Society of CPAs
St. Louis, MO