The IRS AUR Income Matching Program sets a flag in the taxpayer's account transcript 5 months before the CP2000 Letter is sent. By monitoring transcripts, tax professionals can file a voluntary corrected return BEFORE the IRS sends the CP2000 Notice, thus avoiding the possible 20% Accuracy-Related Penalty. With proper authorization, tax professionals can find the red flags for pending CP2000's. Learn how to use and file superceding returns.
Presenter: Bill Nemeth, EA, MBA
30+ Years Tax Professional
GAEA President & Education Chair
NAEA Education Foundation Chair
GAEA is pleased to partner with GAWCPA (Georgia Women CPAs) for this presentation. NASBA credit is awarded to members of GAWCPA only.
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