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Save the Date – UCLA 39th Annual Tax Controversy Institute – October 26, 2023

Dear Colleague-

We cordially invite you to save the date for this years UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute which will be live this year and held on October 26, 2023 at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. 

The Institute is entering its 39th year and is recognized as one of the top tax controversy programs in the country. 

As in the past, we will again be covering the most important topics of interest to tax controversy practitioners including —

The New Landscape in IRS Examinations – What Can We Expect in the New Tax Enforcement Environment for High Wealth Individuals and Companies 

Employee Retention Credits – Here Come the Examinations

and Investigations

Handling California Tax Disputes Before the Franchise Tax Board and the California Office of Tax Appeals. 

Cryptocurrency Enforcement – Where Do We Go From Here. 

The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Enforcement Program- How to Keep your Client out of Jail. 

The IRS Continuing Focus on Promoters and Other Enablers. 

We anticipate keynote presentations by the National Taxpayer Advocate Erin Collins and the Chief of IRS Criminal Investigation James Lee. We are also pleased to announce that this year’s Bruce I. Hochman Award recipient is retired IRS Area Counsel Sherrie Wilder.

Join us, your fellow practitioners and top government officials for a day filled with critical insights on the hot topics and current developments relevant to all tax practitioners. And since we are back in person at the Beverly Hills Hotel, you will also get to enjoy a great lunch program and an excellent cocktail party to networking and gather with old and new tax colleagues alike. 

 A link for early registration is below.

Click Here for More Information

We look forward to seeing you on October 26, 2023.

We are pleased to include a link to an article discussing last years Institute appearing in the Spring 2023 edition of the Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure.

Click Here for the Article

Steven Toscher and Sandra Brown, Co-Chairs

UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute

Hochman Salkin Toscher Perez P.C.


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