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How to Avoid Criminal Charges for NYS Tax Liabilities

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Produced on December 06, 2018

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Course Information

Time 50 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Course Description

While most individuals understand that they have to accurately report, file and, pay required personal and/or business taxes, various situations may arise to trigger a New York State tax investigation. Such investigations are especially prevalent for businesses, wherein certain tax liabilities can be assessed against the individual business owner.

In this program, Christina Jonathan will help attorneys understand the tax investigation process and identify elements of a potential criminal case referral in order to mitigate your clients’ damages, including potential criminal charges. 


Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine the way NYS tax investigations are initiated
  2. Identify general elements of tax related crimes
  3. Discuss the process for criminal case referrals
  4. Review practical tips for liability mitigation

Credit Information

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Faculty

Christina Jonathan

Berkman Henoch

Christina Jonathan is a partner of Berkman Henoch Peterson Peddy & Fenchel, PC. Mrs. Jonathan represents clients in a broad range of tax controversies before the United States Tax Court, the Internal Revenue Service and the New York State Dept. of Taxation and Finance, as well as other government regulatory agencies.

Publications:

“The Inevitable: Death and Taxes,” the New York Law Journal, January 12, 2018

“Criminal Considerations for Fiduciaries,” the New York Law Journal, December 29, 2016

“Government Looks to Pin Down Tax Evaders,” the New York Law Journal, September 29, 2014



Reviews

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Robyn B.

Great speaker!!

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Henry S. S.

Very informative and very interesting. Thank you.

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Jay S.

great interesting

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Kent B.

Very well done

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MICHELLE Z.

Good speaker

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anna s.

Well done!

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