Education

OCEA DINNER
Tuesday September 18, 2018

Ethics – Who Knew!?

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CPE Fed: 2

Time: 5:30 pm – 8:20 pm

Speaker: Marc J. Dombrowksi
Location: Phoenix Club
1340 S. Sanderson Ave., Anaheim, CA 92806
$50 Mem/$55 NonMem through 9/13/18
$55 Mem/$60 NonMem at the door

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A look at common situations we face and how to deal with them. Attendees will review every day ethical situations and discuss solutions. Break out groups used to review cases.

1) Attendees will open, read and review IRS Circular 230.

2) Attendees will search Circular 230 to find the appropriate sections that deal with day to day, real-life tax situations faced in both a Preparation and Collection Practice.

3) Attendees will be taught that there are answers to conflicts and issues in their practices and Circular 230 is one guide to those answers.

4) Attendees will understand that other practitioners (or the IRS) may see a situation in a different light that they do.

Marc J. Dombroski, EA

Marc J. Dombrowski, EA

 

Marc J. Dombrowski, EA specializes in IRS/State Collections Cases, settlements with the IRS, Tax Lien Releases and Corpo-rate OfficerAssessments. He has lectured since 1994 on advanced collection topics. As an Enrolled Agent, he is licensed to practice before the IRS in all 50 states.

He is a former contributor to CNBC, the NAEA’s EA Journal and the Wall Street Journal. He is a Level I, Level II, Level III and Graduate Level instructor with the National Tax Practice Institute.

Marc is a graduate Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute and a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents. Many of his national fellow practitioners call on him for his knowledge and request that he speak at various Chapter meetings across the country.

 


OCEA SEMINAR

Tuesday September 18th, 2018

IRS Collections Workshop

433-A 433-F Financial Analysis

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CPE Fed: 4 Time:
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Speaker: Marc J. Dombrowski, EA
Location: Phoenix Club
1340 S. Sanderson Ave., Anaheim, CA 92806

Cost: $99 Mem/$119 NonMem on or before September 13th
$109 Mem/$129 NonMem at the door

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We will review in detail the IRS Collection forms 433-A and 433-F and use break out groups to review fact patterns/financial data for 2 cases. Attendees will need to apply what they learned in class and their hand out material to analyze a solution to the case. The cases each have unique income and ex-pense situations that attendees will need to review and apply IRS National Standards. These same analysis determinations are used in IA and OIC’s. We will also be able to apply the financial analysis done in break out to the ultimate resolution solutions to multiple collections cases.

1) Attendees will learn the techniques IRS Collection employees use to prepare and analyze Collection forms 433-A and 433-F

2) Attendees will view and ask questions on the 433-A and 433-F

3) Attendees will be taught and apply their knowledge to how the IRS calculates the taxpayer’s ability to make monthly payments to resolve a collections liability

4) We will learn the IRS National Standards and how to apply them5) We will finish the resolution(s) of several collection cases, based

5) We will finish the resolution(s) of several colletion cases, based on given facts as well as the newly-prepared financials.

 

Marc J. Dombroski, EA

Marc J. Dombrowski, EA

Marc J. Dombrowski, EA specializes in IRS/State Collections Cases, settlements with the IRS, Tax Lien Releases and Corporate OfficerAssessments. He has lectured since 1994 on advanced collection topics. As an Enrolled Agent, he is licensed to practice before the IRS in all 50 states.

He is a former contributor to CNBC, the NAEA’s EA Journal and the Wall Street Journal. He is a Level I, Level II, Level III and Graduate Level instructor with the National Tax Practice Institute.

Marc is a graduate Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute and a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents. Many of his national fellow practitioners call on him for his knowledge and request that he speak at various Chapter meetings across the country.

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