FSEA Webinars

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 The IRM? I Don’t Need the IRM. Guess Again! – January 23, 2018 – 11:00AM     Will be rescheduled after tax season

Presenter: John “Jack’ Woods, EA

Are you interested in utilizing a low-cost research tool that is indispensable when representing clients?  As a tax professional, you know that the Internal Revenue Code is the tax law enacted by Congress and that the Regulations are set forth by IRS to make the law more specific to particular circumstances.  In An Introduction to the Internal Revenue Manual, Enrolled Agent Jack Wood will acquaint you with the Standard Operating Procedures of the IRS, which helps its employees implement the tax laws in a consistent manner.  As a tax practitioner, it is invaluable if you understand how a Revenue Agent or Revenue Officer will approach a particular case.  The IRM is a wealth of information about audits, liens and levies, innocent spouse issues, penalties and a thousand other topics.

Hours:  1

Target Audience: Enrolled Agents, Other Tax Return Preparers

John “Jack’ Woods, EA

After working 14 years for IRS in Audit and Taxpayer Service, Jack Wood became an Enrolled Agent.  He then worked for 15 years with a tax law firm in Providence, RI, which focused on tax representation.  In 1999, Jack relocated to Prescott, AZ and opened Tax Strategies Southwest, where he helps clients resolve tax disputes and unmanageable tax debt issues.  Jack has served as a State Director, Vice-President, and President of the Arizona Society of Enrolled Agents.  Jack served two two-year terms on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Enrolled Agents.  Jack has developed and presented numerous seminars to tax professionals in Arizona and Nevada, on topics ranging from Innocent Spouse Relief and Offers in Compromise to Frivolous Tax Submissions and Trust Fund Recovery Penalties.  He previously served as the Secretary and President of the Arizona Forum for Improvement of Taxation and is the Immediate Past President of that organization.

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IRM? I Don’t Need the IRM. Guess Again! Certificate of Completion