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SD - Top 10 Things Every Professional Needs to Know About CID & Criminal Tax Matters
Thursday, November 16, 2017, 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM PDT
Category: Chapter Meetings

San Diego Chapter Meeting: Top 10 Things Every Tax Professional Needs to Know About CID and Criminal Tax Matters

Please join Us at the Handlery Resort and Hotel

Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
Registration begins at 5:00 PM
Presentation begins promptly at 5:30 PM

Location: Handlery Hotel, 950 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108
Click here for a map/directions.

Mr. Carpenter will review the different steps in a typical criminal tax case, he will explain the difference between criminal tax case versus civil tax fraud.  Mr. Carpenter will review the different Title 26 and Title 18 criminal tax statute.  In addition, he’ll explain  Title 31 offenses – including Currency Transaction Reports, Structuring Transactions, and IRS Form 8300.  Finally, Mr. Carpenter will review the steps in a typical criminal tax case.

Credit Hours:   IRS Tax Law 2    
CTEC Federal Tax Law: 2  
State Board of Accountancy: 2
This presentation has been designed to meet the requirements of the Office of Professional Responsibility, the California State Board of Accountancy; and the California Tax Education Council including code 31 of Federal Regulations10.6(g). This does not constitute an endorsement by these groups. A listing of additional requirements to renew tax preparer registration may be obtained by contacting CTEC at P.O. Box 2890, Sacramento, CA. 95812-2890, or phone CTEC at (877) 850-2832, or on the Internet at www.ctec.org.

Richard has been a tax controversy attorney in San Diego for the past 32 years. He is certified as a specialist in taxation law by the State Bar of California.  Richard has been named a “Super Lawyer” every year since 2008.  He has also been selected annually by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America.  Richard has represented thousands of clients in all phases of tax controversy; including being the lead attorney in many civil tax litigation cases in the U.S. Tax Court, as well as many criminal tax cases in U.S. District Court.  In one of his most notable tax cases, Perez v. Commissioner, the issue was whether or not a woman who donated her eggs after undergoing fertility treatment in exchange for payment, could exclude this payment from her taxable income because of the pain and suffering she went through in the procedure. In addition, for the past 24 years Richard has also taught the criminal tax class, and the tax litigation class at USD Law, as an Adjunct Professor.


To register, please contact: Bob Schlesinger <[email protected]>
$45.00 Members with Reservation
$40.00 Early bird rate before November 13
$45.00 Members at the door and registered Guests
$45.00 Non-Members and Guests at the Door
$50.00 after 05:00 pm November 13

Contact: Bob Schlesinger