Defending IRS Debt Six Ways To Resolution-CLE
Defending an IRS Debt: Six Ways to Resolution



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Course Description

This program was recorded on September 3, 2020

Learn the six ways to resolve your clients’ IRS debts. In this course, tax attorney Jacqueline Barber explains strategies for representing clients with IRS balances in an effective and straightforward manner using installment plans, offers in compromise, currently not collectible status, bankruptcy, 843 penalty waivers, or full payment of delinquent tax in exchange for waiving accompanying interest and penalties. This course will help you determine which is best for your client and how to proceed.

Attorney Jacqueline BarberJacqueline Barber
Jacqueline is from Los Angeles. She earned her bachelor’s degree at UCLA and moved to New Orleans in 2010 to attend Tulane Law School. Before joining John’s practice, Jacqueline provided research assistance on tax issues to renowned Tulane Tax Professor Shu-Yi Oei and clerked for Judge John D. Saunders of the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal. Jacqueline has spent hundreds of hours in the courtroom representing clients in rules, evidentiary hearings, judge and jury trials and all manner of adversarial proceedings in both federal and Louisiana state courts. She has achieved levy releases, decreased tax liability, and prepared numerous successful legal briefs on tax issues in state, local, and federal disputes. Jacqueline is barred in the United States Tax Court.

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  1. Payment Plans / Installment Agreements
  2. Offers in Compromise (three types: A, L and J)
  3. CNC Status
  4. Bankruptcy
  5. 843 Penalty Waivers
  6. Full Payment of Delinquent Taxes