UCLA 38th Annual Tax Controversy Institute
We are very pleased to report that the 38th Annual UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute which took place on October 27 at the Beverly Hills Hotel was a resounding success. After two years of video conferences, the annual gathering of top Government representatives and private practitioners was back in person and in full force.
We want to thank the great staff of UCLA Extension, our sponsors, our special out of town guests and all the panel participants for making this the best Institute ever.
A special shout out to our friends at the IRS for their assistance in putting together the program. The panel programs this year were outstanding. With Keynote presentations from the Taxpayer Advocate- Erin Collins, the Chief of Criminal Investigation- Jim Lee and Deputy Commissioner, SBSE Collection & Operations Support- Darren Guillot, and the IRS Commissioner Charles “Chuck” P. Rettig, the program had to be a success. The program can be found at the following link:
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There is so much more to say about the program and the great panels, but for this post let us conclude with another congratulations to both Paula M. Junghans, this year’s recipient of the Bruce I. Hochman Award, and to Charles P. Rettig, our retiring IRS Commissioner, who received the Chillin and Grillin Award which is given each year to a retiring IRS employee. For those who were in attendance, you know how deserving and special the recognition was for both honorees
Thank you all for making this year’s Institute the best ever.
Steven Toscher and Sandra Brown, Co-Chairs
UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute