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TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute – 11/9-11/10, 2015 in Palo Alto, California

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As a Reminder, the 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute will be held on November 9 and 10 at the Crowne Plaza Cabana in Palo Alto, California.  Topics include practical consequences of BEPS, EU hot topics, Sections 41 and 199 applied to cloud computing transactions, repatriation strategies, and IRS developments.  Speakers include Heather Maloy, Joe Mikrut, Larry Langdon, Jim Fuller, Eli Dicker and Ivan Humphreys.  The agenda includes speakers from China, Ireland and the UK.

For the complete agenda and speaker list, as well as online registration, please visit http://www.tax-institute.com.

A discount is offered for TEI members. Read more

TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute – November 9 & 10, 2015 in Palo Alto

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The 31st Annual TEI-SJSU High Tech Tax Institute will be held on November 9 and 10 at the Crowne Plaza Cabana in Palo Alto, California.  Topics include practical consequences of BEPS, EU hot topics, Sections 41 and 199 applied to cloud computing transactions, repatriation strategies, and IRS developments.  Speakers include Heather Maloy, Joe Mikrut, Larry Langdon, Jim Fuller, Eli Dicker and Ivan Humphreys.  The agenda includes speakers from China, Ireland and the UK.

For the complete agenda and speaker list, as well as online registration, please visit http://www.tax-institute.com.

A discount is offered for TEI members. Read more

Tax Advisors Marketing For Tax Clients – Learn How These Tax Professionals Attracted The Attention of 1000s

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Congratulations to Peter Scalise of Prager Metis CPAs, LLP who received the highest number of searches to his tax professional profile page on TaxConnections during 2013. With more than 7125 views in the year, everyone would like to know how Peter had so many prospective clients paying attention to his tax services. The answer is he utilized every feature available on www.taxconnections.com to build visibility and trust for his tax services and expertise. Marketing experts know that you need to build familiarity with clients first, familiarity builds trust, and trust is why people come to you for tax services. There are many of our gold annual members who made it to the top of the search results in TaxConnections including: Brian Mahany, Hugo van Zyl, Kathryn Morgan, Howard Liebman, Larry Langdon, Steven Potts and so many others who took the lead in marketing their tax reputations online Read more

TaxConnections Announces Release of eBook Written By Internal Revenue Service Insider

Reference Cliff Jernigan's eBook Corporate Tax Audit SurvivalIt is not easy to find someone willing to talk about the inner sanctum of the Internal Revenue Service. A View of The IRS Through An Insiders Eyes-Corporate Tax Audit Survival written by Cliff Jernigan reveals the inner workings of this secretive organization. The book is a must read for anyone who wants to understand how the IRS operates from the inside out. Cliff Jernigan was selected to serve as a liaison between the private sector and the government sector to accomplish the following: Improving relations between the private sector and the IRS; Reducing the audit time and cost burden for industry and the IRS; Help U.S. industry be more competitive; and introduce private industry efficiency to the IRS. In order to understand how to fix the IRS one must understand how things work in an organization shrouded in secrecy. He identifies the problems in the IRS and provides solutions that effect the change that is needed within the organization.

What is interesting is that he wrote this book in 2005 where the problems and inefficiencies within the IRS were previously identified by what is known as the “Team of 38”. Unknown to many, on August 25, 1999, Bob Wenzel, Deputy Commissioner of the IRS, administered the oath of office to Larry Langdon, VP Tax, Licensing and Customs at the headquarters of Hewlett Packard who left the company after many years of outstanding service to become the first Commissioner of the Large and Mid-Size Business Division (LMSB). Larry Langdon is now with the firm of Mayer Brown in Palo Alto, CA and advises global corporate clients regarding tax controversy matters. Larry Langdon is Read more

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