The Hidden Dangers in Matrimonial Law and Accounting and How…
The Hidden Dangers in Matrimonial Law and Accounting and How to Protect Your Client
May 7, 2005
Sheraton at Woodbridge Place 515 Route 1 South, Iselin, New Jersey
Lawrence S. Horn
New Jersey Society of CPAs, Family Law Section of New Jersey Bar, New Jersey Institute of Continuing Education
“The Hidden Dangers in Matrimonial Law and Accounting and How to Protect Your Client,” will provide insight into how the Internal Revenue Service operates and the factors that determine whether a case is a civil or criminal case. You will hear the latest updates on The Innocent Spouse doctrine from both a civil and criminal perspective. What is the voluntary disclosure policy of the IRS and the danger of amended returns? What is the danger of cash transactions for the client, attorney and CPA? What happens when one spouse turns the other into the IRS? Also discussed will be the accountant-client privilege…does one really exist? A session filled with information you can’t afford to miss.