Patty will discuss the IRS policy statement, pertinent cases, and lots of practical advice. Do not miss this important topic that confronts each of us regularly
Representing The Non-Filer
Patty will discuss the IRS policy statement, pertinent cases, and lots of practical advice. Do not miss this important topic that confronts each of us regularly.
What approach should practitioners take when confronted by the non-filer? Should the number of unfiled years
have any impact on practitioners’ decision? When is there exposure to fraud or criminal charges? When should the
returns be filed? Is digging for deductions practical? What if you can’t prepare the “perfect return” due to lack of
Speaker: Patti Logan, EA, CTRS
Approximately 1 Hour
Audio CDs of recorded live presentation, printed course materials + presentation slides
Continuing Professional Education credits are NOT awarded for recorded self-study seminars.
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Patti Logan. EA, CTRS
Patti became an enrolled agent after working for the Internal Revenue Service as an Insolvency Technician, Revenue Officer and Offer Specialist. After 8 years with IRS, she left the Service and formed The Tax Group specializing in representation. She has been an expert witness on several cases. Patti is a frequent speaker to various tax related organizations throughout the nation. Patti’s articles have been featured in several national and local journals. She is a columnist for CCH’s Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure and a contributing author of PPC’s Dealing With The IRS. She is a Fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute, and a former dean of the NTPI faculty. Patti is the proud recipient of the Texas Society of Enrolled Agents’ 2002 Founder’s Award, the Charles Goodnight Award for Enrolled Agent of the Year for 1999 and the 2006 Extra Mile award from the Tax Alliance Conference. In 2005, she was awarded the prestigious Excellence in Education Award in recognition of her leadership and dedication to promoting quality continuing education on behalf of the National Association of Enrolled Agents – Education Foundation.
Patti is a past president of the Texas Society of Enrolled Agents and the Plano Area Enrolled Agents. She currently serves on the board of directors of the Tax Alliance Conference, Inc. as well as on the Custer County Merchants and Chamber of Commerce.
Patti is a member of the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers