|Production Date:||December 17, 2010|
|Practice Areas:||EA Ethics, Ethics , IRS Ethics, Tax Law|
As Treasury Circular 230 has undergone numerous revisions to reflect increased enforcement, it is imperative that tax practitioners familiarize themselves with these important modifications to the rules governing conduct and practice before the IRS. In this detailed presentation, tax attorney Ronny Buni examines what attorneys need to know about Circular 230, and provides guidance on how to adhere to the IRS' ethical rules. Mr. Buni begins by outlining the structure of Circular 230, and discusses penalties and sanctions for failure to be in compliance. Additionally, Mr. Buni elucidates several provisions of subpart B of Circular 230, and provides a thorough description of covered opinions and required disclosures. In conclusion, Mr. Buni discusses proposed changes to the standards of practice governed by Circular 230, and furnishes viewers with everything they need to know to ensure compliance with these rules.
Type of Delivery: Online, on-demand video. Participatory for CLE credit. (self-study for CPE credit)
Publication Date: 12/17/2010
I. Understand what is involved in Circular 230
II. Know what each of the subparts of Circular 230 state.
III. Elaborate on the difference between a practitioner and a lawyer.
IV. Tell what the penalties are for firms who do not comply with Circular 230.
V. Explain what a covered opinion is.
VI. Understand all actions that are in compliance with 10.35
VII. Explain the proposed new regulations of Circular 230.
I. Introduction to Circular 230
II. Who Needs to Pay Attention to Circular 230?
III. Penalties and Sanctions for Non-Compliance
IV. Overview of Subpart B
V. What is a Covered Opinion?
VI. Requirements for Covered Opinions
VII. Compliance with 10.35
Instructional Method: Self-Study
Required Components: Video and Written Materials
CPE Final Exam Required Passage Grade: 70%
Please Note: This course must be completed within 1 year of date of receipt of this course for CPE credit.
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