January 30, 2018 – A. Lavar Taylor will be a seminar panelist on two panels
Mr. Taylor will be speaking on two programs on January 30, 2018:
NON-TRADITIONAL ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE NEW PARTNERSHIP AUDIT RULES, a.k.a. “DON’T LET YOUR CHILD GROW UP TO BE A PARTNERSHIP REPRESENTATIVE”
The panelists will focus on considerations and techniques for drafting partnership agreements looking forward to the new partnership audit rules, taking into account the rules’ potential application for both federal and state purposes. Controlling and funding the audit defense; partner cooperation; opting out; privileges; funding the imputed underpayment; auditing the dissolved or liquidated partnership; conflicts, and removal of the PR (for cause or just because) will also be discussed.
In the evening: “WHEN THE PAST ISN’T THE PAST: HOW TO CORRECT PAST WRONGDOING” This seminar will discuss how and when to remedy previous non-compliance, including whether, when, and how to pursue a voluntary disclosure regarding unreported income, misclassified expenses, employees paid in cash, misclassified workers, overstated inventory and different approaches depending on whether there has been contact by federal or state taxing authorities.
January 29-31, 2018, the USC GOULD SCHOOL OF LAW 2018 TAX INSTITUTE, AT THE Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA