Course Description: If you've received a notice from the IRS regarding owed taxes, you may qualify for the IRS Fresh Start program, which makes it easier for taxpayers to pay back taxes and avoid tax liens. Join us to learn more about this program, as well as more about the collections process and how to navigate tax liens and IRS correspondence.
- Discuss common collections issues and opportunities
- Examine the IRS Fresh Start Program and identify who may qualify
- Outline the different approaches to dealing with tax liens and levies
Andres Jaquez, EA, Senior Associate
Andres has over ten years of experience representing taxpayers before the IRS and State tax collections authorities. He represents clients before Federal, State, and municipal taxing authorities to resolve tax debts including income tax, withholding tax, sales and uses taxes, and civil penalties. He also works with clients to determine collection alternatives, including installment agreements, partial payment installment agreements, Offers-in-Compromise, and penalty abatements.
Benjamin Peeler, JD, CPA, LL.M, Partner
Ben has more than 18 years of tax experience specializing in federal tax, controversy and procedure. He leads Eide Bailly's IRS Controversy and Procedure practice. Ben has represented the IRS before the United States Tax Court in large and specially designated tax cases, and in litigation before the federal district court as a special assistant to the United States Attorney. He has also worked as an attorney for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel. In addition, he has led and instructed groups of attorneys, revenue agents and revenue officers through various procedures.
CPE: 1 Credit
Field of Study: Tax
Delivery Method: Internet Group Based
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None Required
These are Internet Group based sessions, No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.