Overview of IRS Problem Resolution CLE
Overview of IRS Problem Resolution



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Course Description

This program was recorded on December 10, 2019

There are no real problems when it comes to dealing with the IRS. Every IRS problem has a solution. As a tax practitioner, you have many tools at your disposal.  Discover how to use them to get a favorable result for your clients. Attorney Steven Klitzner will take you from start to finish of a typical case. During this session, you will uncover the secrets of successfully negotiating favorable resolutions, including Offers in Compromise, Installment Agreements, Penalty Abatements, Innocent Spouse Relief, and Audit Reconsideration. Steve will provide his guidance and insight on working with Revenue Officers and Settlement Officers. He will steer you through the Appeals Process, including Collection Due Process Hearings. Preparation and planning are essential when dealing with the IRS.  Steve will share secrets to avoid common IRS traps, pitfalls, and bottlenecks.

Attorney Steven KlitznerSteven Klitzner
Steven N. Klitzner is a Miami attorney who practices exclusively in the area of IRS Problem Resolution. A 1979 graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, he has been a solo practitioner since 1993. Steve is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, United States Tax Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. He has been awarded an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, the highest rating of the publication, and a 10.0 rating by Avvo.

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2 General Credits

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  1. Summons Authority- Power of Attorney-United States v. Powell
  2. Statute of Limitations
  3. Audit Reconsideration- Non-filers
  4. Payroll Taxes
  5. Final Notice of Intent to Levy
  6. Request for Collection Due Process Hearing
  7. Full Pay
  8. Offer in Compromise
  9. Installment Agreement
  10. Currently Not Collectible
  11. Penalty Abatement
  12. Penalties: Reliance on Practitioner-United States v. Boyle
  13. Innocent Spouse
  14. Bankruptcy
  15. Attorney-Client Privilege-United States v. Kovel
  16. Conflict of Interest