Tax Controversy

IRS Tax Controversy Case Management Rules & Tools: Winning Strategies For Playing Chess With The IRS

Please join Sarah A. Fields, EA of Prager Metis, for this informative Zoominar with the Gloucester County Legal Education Association, where she will present “IRS Tax Controversy Case Management Rules and Tools: Winning Strategies for Playing Chess with the IRS” on May 4th, 4:00 pm.

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IRS Tax Controversy Case Management Rules & Tools: Winning Strategies For Playing Chess With The IRS2022-05-02T09:13:53-04:00

Podcast – Being Smart About Tax Season

What if you owe money to the IRS? What happens if you get audited? What things are deductible? Click here to hear E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge of the Prager Metis Tax Controversy Group, answer these and other questions in this “Can Do! Essential Business Lessons”

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Podcast – Being Smart About Tax Season2022-04-03T15:06:25-04:00

Webinar: December Federal Tax Practice Study Group

Don't miss E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, and Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist, as they facilitate this special study group webinar on December 2, 2021. Sponsored by the AAA-CPA, this study group will exchange ideas for a roundtable discussion of tax practice before the IRS.

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Webinar: December Federal Tax Practice Study Group2022-02-16T07:51:42-05:00
Tax Controversy
Jun 16, 2021
|By: Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist
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The Three-Martini Lunch

Tax Controversy
|By: Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist
| Jun 16, 2021

The term “Three-Martini Lunch” was coined in the U.S. during the 1960’s and 1970’s when NYC executives would gather and claim that these libations made them more creative. 

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The Three-Martini Lunch2021-06-16T15:38:06-04:00

Owe Back Taxes? Recent IRS Announcements May Make It Easier For You to Catch Up

“We want to earn the trust and respect of every American.” It may surprise some to know that those words came from Congressional testimony given in the past month by IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig. But Rettig, himself a seasoned tax

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Owe Back Taxes? Recent IRS Announcements May Make It Easier For You to Catch Up2021-08-20T11:00:53-04:00