CSTC Academy  Presents

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TAXATION
- PAST & FUTURE

CSTC Academy Series
Topic: Intellectual
Property Webinar
Speaker: Curt Harrington, Attorney at Law
2 Federal Tax Law Hours
IRS: 18QC1-T-01362-20-O
CTEC: 1000-CE-4756
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
8:30 AM to 10:10 AM 
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Course Description:
Intellectual Property and its taxation over the past 21 years has experienced decline. To understand it, we will review the advantages of the past, the causes of decline, and how to partially deal with the decline as our clients look to preserve their rights to make-up some of the losses in the decline and position for some modest return of rights in the future. Part of game is to have our clients package, preserve, and control IP rights in a way that benefits our clients with some aspects of the advantages that once operated nearly automatically.

Knowledge Level: Intermediate

Outline                Slides

Learning Objectives: 

#1: Attendees will learn the different types of intellectual property rights, how they are created, how they can be protected, (or not), and what to look for at the end of the trail for each:

(1) Introduction & Understanding the Negative Nature of IP and thinking inversely.

(2) Overview of Intellectual Property Categories & Process for moving forward.

(3) Tax Treatment of Patents, Copyrights, & Trademarks - then, now and future?

(4) The "Prolific Inventor" model diminishes in favor of collaboration?

(5) Was it a bad idea to focus on small startup inventors & instant capital gains?
 

#2: Attendees will get an idea of how a policy disfavoring pure intellectual property control is likely to remain in one form or another from now on, and why, and that the IP owner will have to work harder and faster to try and keep ahead. The hunt for the perfect invention, the perfect business just gets more difficult.

#3: Attendees will be left to think in terms of techniques, checklists and approaches that an IP owner could employ and expect resistance from everyone.

(1) Carrot & Stick for Licensing & Provisions for Inducing Action.

(2) How to help inventive taxpayers keep more of the money they earn.

(3) Insurance: Offensive & Defensive Patent Insurance, and trademark insurance, indemnification.

(4) planning & using the whole of the design patent - trademark life cycle.

(5) Diversification of Entities & Diversification to Reduce Risk & Run Lean.

(6) Use Business Credits and the Threat of relocating to obtain some tax help.


Curt Harrington, Attorney at Law, EA

This may be the only firm that combines the power of deep highly technical engineering & patent law, with the tax planning and loss mitigation abilities of a tax specialization attorney.

As a short version of an introduction, Curt assists in start-up or trouble modes: Start-up mode includes: Trademark, Patent, Entity Selection, & Operating Optimization, and evaluating licensing for instant capital gain capability versus ordinary income, versus self-employment income. Trouble mode includes: Evaluating IRS & FTB Non-Compliance Errors & Planning (civil & criminal); Tax Debt Solutions: Asset Loss Reduction & Transfer Planning; Limiting Current & Future Liability. Details of help and expertise to support your project includes advice relating to the following:

(1) Tax effect is necessarily independent of patentability (using the trade secret rules on sale to enhance instant cap gains on sale);

(2) After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 the picture for patents, trade secrets and copyrights has changed.

(3) He provides guidance to help maximize patentable nature of such inventions by characterizing the scientific nature of the project and to reduce/eschew the purely internal IT (non-scientifically oriented "spread sheet" or "html" functions);

(4) He makes the IT persons aware that the additional PTO board hurdle of finding section 101 statutory subject matter should be an early planning guide. It is believed that the elimination of capital asset status in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was an eventual backlash over the greater focus on internet advertising.  Tax patents from several years ago didn't help.

(5) His background as a Basic/Fortran programmer, coupled with graduate degrees in Chemical Engineering & Electrical Engineering, Law, Taxation, & Business put him in a position to help IT inventors steer clear of trouble and remain to the extent possible in capital gains control.

(6) Assisting with trademark selection to: (a) avoid bleed losses from selection of a descriptive name, (b) set the stage for least disruptive examination and a quicker publication and ultimate issuance, (c) maximize future value and tax yield and personal liability reduction through selection of a holding structure, (d) minimizing litigation that often must be capitalized and result in a cost of $1.50 for every dollar spent defending the mark, (e) act as a memory multiplier and impression puzzle to multiply any advertising return, (f) the use of trademarks and trade secrets to secure a higher price ultimate sale of the business by maximizing goodwill, & (g) the use of all intellectual property to securitize sale or other transfer of the business.

(7) Licensing techniques to select taxation of licensing income, as well as a carrot & stick technique to encourage minimum unit sales while reserving return of the license where the licensee does not perform.

(8) Using insurance, entity selection & diversification of  purposed units to maximize tax deductions, reduce risk and to help evaluate and reconfigure the distribution topology.

(9) Performing an analysis between the "Prolific Inventor vs. Unitary Business" continuum to find the best fit for the future activities of the entrepreneur

(10) Selection of domicile, operating, warehousing, and manufacturing location decisions for tax reduction both for income and sales tax; planning to minimize unwanted sales & income tax surprise events in future.

(11) Help in planning for unexpected bankruptcy for both licensor and licensee in order to vary the ipso facto clause treatment, preserve the value of the business, consider potential bifurcation and differentiation of patent, trade secret and trademark rights in a way which will further be consistent with the target tax treatment of the licensor / licensee goals.

(12) Help for foreign patent holders in receiving royalties from the United States, reduction of the 30% (Fixed, Determinable, or Periodic Income) FDAP tax to a treaty rate if possible, and the establishment of a withholding agent and the filing of tax returns in the United States for U.S. source income reporting, especially to result in refunds against the FDAP.

(13) Analyzing and advising on foreign involvement in U.S. business from loans, to joint ventures, to FIRPTA involvement; and advising on the triggering of FBAR and FATCA.

(14) Characterizing, to the extent possible, computer inventions with their analog and pre State Street Bank equivalents, including emphasizing analog signals, open-ended math functions, interactive feedback,  scientific instrumentation and statistical decision making.

(15) Conflict identification and isolation is a major goal, in order to identify and help the taxpayer client, reemphasizing that others can subvert and compromise the civil and criminal liability of the taxpayer client through adverse position as well as unintended criminal conspiracies.

(16) Tax problems including tax and non-tax debt, Substitute for Return (SFR), providing long range analyses for bankruptcy* (*Debt Relief Agency where actually hired to file bankruptcy, and only after voluminous acknowledged teachings),and offer in compromise options, expected ratio of debt types and, orderly advantageous payoff of tax debts as beneficial.

(17) Attorney-client privilege planning through encouragement of taxpayers to file their own returns to avoid conspiracy potential, limited engagements with tax preparers, paper filing to effect disclosure where electronic filing stifles disclosure; and the effect of taking action on tolling limitation statutes.

(18) Formation and Operation of Nonprofit entities and Nonprofit Advising from small nonprofits with state-only recognition to federal recognition; Planning for effective use of federal donation deductions, small low budget nonprofit statutory liability mechanisms, insurance, efficient use of funds, and the unbalanced limits of nonprofit and business interaction, and application of government rules for nonprofit intellectual property.
(19) Curt is licensed as Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider No. 15203 for in-person CLE presentations.

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Extended Office Hours Tax & Tax Debt & Tax Audit Call-In

Maybe a typical CPA or tax preparer doesn't have time to talk during "tax season;" but I'm really not in the tax preparation business. I'm a tax attorney available to help people year 'round.

Why not talk to a tax attorney familiar with the process from books to return to penalty and criminal entanglement?

The fax line can be reached for single private uninterrupted calls on extended office hours today, Friday, March 6, 2020, from 5pm - 7pm.

After Hours Tax Call-In Number: (562)594-4414
Regular call line available anytime (562)594-9784

Helpful Hints:

(1) Good, detailed, complete reconstruction of records can work, but sloppy, incomplete sketchy reconstruction of records are likely to fail.

(2) Take & exercise each and every one of the opportunities to make yourself heard before IRS at every available procedural chance to express your position.

(3) Underreporting income is far worse than attempting to take excessive deductions because it more closely resembles evasion.

(4) Many citizens forget that willful failure to pay tax is a form of evasion. Its best to make a significant effort to pay toward your tax debt to avoid a willful avoidance form of evasion.

(5) IRS has for years operated under a "first contact rule" where IRS will generally refrain from referring a case for criminal prosecution where IRS is contacted first. Few consider using this principle before its too late.

(6) Many taxpayers don't know that there is a 10-year collection statute that can limit government's ability to collect a tax debt. Many taxpayers also don't know that the statute can be effectively moved out of effective reach by tolling events.

(7) Not many are aware that government user fees (such as for offers-in-compromise, bankruptcy, installment agreements, and more) are waived for low income taxpayers.

(8) If you prepare and file your own returns, that's good. It means that you know the nature and extent of your income and deductions. It also means that you won't either be conspiring with a tax preparer (a crime), nor being hung out to dry based upon an disclosure intake form you signed and gave to a preparer.


(9) Many citizens value the "monitor & take remedial action when the time is right" option. However few practitioners are willing to research this option in lieu of taking an action NOW, that may not be what the taxpayer needs or wants.

Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service and admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, enabling representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and before the United States Tax Court.


Please check back with - http://www.patentax.com/CLE/ for upcoming programs.
Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation
Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203 Tools
curt@patentax.com for questions.
For more information, please call 562.594.9784
http://patentax.com/curt
http://patentax.com/CLE/

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California Continuing Education, Inc., Presents
Tax Audit and Debt Solutions

A free presentation for the general public, including - an explanation of how tax debt works; how it is different from ordinary debt; the overlying criminal considerations; and strategies that can potentially help eliminate tax debt.
Audit: (http://www.patentax.com/CLHAUDI1.pdf )
Is your accountant too busy to talk about your upcoming audit?  Is there reluctance due to possible "Preparer Penalties" because of status as the paid return preparer?

Don't wait to achieve important goals faster by addressing IRS annoyance NOW!!!

I. Introduction
II. Audit Authority
III. Audit Triggers
IV.What and Where is Audit in the list of tax procedures?
V. Represent Self ?? Can Pro Se Taxpayers Prevail?? Will taxpayer quality be sufficient??
VII.Advantages of Professional Representation
VIII.Other Facts and Considerations

What about Tax Debt?

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Does it make sense to continually worry about an IRS "adjustment?"  Or if and when IRS will begin taking action on your previous tax debt?

Isn't it best to look at preparation options far in advance of the need to take action?

Getting into trouble with the IRS, unfortunately, is far too easy. Lets talk about solutions!

March 3, 2020 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PST Public Interactive Talk.
Location: Total Wine & More, 16272 Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, CA 92647


Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service and admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, enabling representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and before the United States Tax Court.


California Continuing Education, Inc is a nonprofit California provider of professional (CLE, CPE) education for Attorneys, CPAs and members of the public encountering tax debt problems.

Please check back with - http://www.patentax.com/CLE/ for upcoming programs.
Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation
Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203 Tools curt@patentax.com for questions.
For more information, please call 562.594.9784
http://patentax.com/curt
http://patentax.com/CLE/
Bio:  Full (pdf)   Short Bio (pdf)  (jpg)
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Previous Location from February's presentation:

Total Wine, Towne Center, 7400 Carson Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808
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Upcoming presentation opportunity Summer 2020:

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TAXATION, PAST & FUTURE?
California Society of Tax Consultants
2020 Summer Symposium
June 7-10, 2020
Silver Legacy Resort & Casino
Reno, Nevada
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Prior Presentations
(1)

Tax Valuation Ethics Studies

with Curt Harrington

This two-hour ethics course explores valuation ethics and cases. A power-point presentation is backed up by an outline and a complete 10-case file for reference. The presentation is interesting as it implies that IRS finds that valuation practitioner discipline may be less efficient than various practitioner penalty provisions, and the use of taxpayer economic consequences. An implied larger problem is the short sighted appraiser selection criteria that results in (a) minimalist appraisal, by (b) unqualified or low-effort appraisers; much of which may be based upon taxpayer reluctance to ascribe value to a high-quality appraisal. The case facts teach lessons through the stories of published cases.

Course Objectives:

Identify current principles in play for a potential winning appraisal while determining a strategy to avoiding both ethics entanglement and a more negative taxpayer outcome.

Personally derive a feel for what is needed to protect the taxpayer, the tax practitioner and the appraiser, and conclude whether or not the weight of a mis-step is squarely on the taxpayer.

Identify a path to a more efficient arrangement for obtaining a high quality appraisal report and appraiser; the taxpayer and/or tax practitoner then understands and enables a maximized opportunity to determine taxpayer's own efficient, detail justifiable, highest taxpayer outcome preparation.
Wednesday, January 29, 2020

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PST

Location:
Staples
2050 North Tustin Street
Orange, CA 92865

Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service and admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, enabling representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and before the United States Tax Court.
2.0 Hours of TAX SPECIALIZATION-CLE/CPE ETHICS for CPA's & Attorneys is available and offered at no charge.
California Continuing Education, Inc is a nonprofit California provider of professional (CLE, CPE) education for Attorneys, CPAs and members of the public encountering tax debt problems.
Please check back with - http://www.patentax.com/CLE/ for upcoming programs.
Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation
Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203 Tools curt@patentax.com for questions about the syllabus or your particularized concerns.
For more information, please call 562.594.9784
http://patentax.com/curt
http://patentax.com/CLE/
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(2)

DEALING WITH TAX (and other) DEBT WORKSHOP

Taking Charge of your Relationship with the IRS


with Curt Harrington


Considerations:

Does it make sense to continually worry if and when IRS will begin taking action on your tax debt?

Isn't it best to look at options far in advance of the need to take action?

Would it not be better to plan for and take a more efficient action?

Wouldn't it be helpful to master the differences between tax debt and other types of debt?

Could your goals be achieved faster without the intrusion of IRS into your life?

How to deal with tax debts owed to the tax authorities (Federal and State);

How actions taken can toll (stop) the limitations periods for the IRS collection statute and Bankruptcy Rules;

Federal Bank Account Regulations: foreign country connection can cost the account and prison time;

Innocent Spouse Rules to prevent bad spouse from taking you with them;

Federal and State Criminal involvement & 4th and 5th Amendment weakness;

How Offers in Compromise and Bankruptcy disclosures can be dangerous;

Unilateral Payment Plans with designation of application to specific taxes & specific years;

Advantages of Doing Your Own Taxes, or "Did you know that your a tax preparer can be called upon to testify against the taxpayer for whom they prepared the return? ;and,


Getting into trouble with the IRS, unfortunately, is far too easy. Easy steps toward trouble include ignoring notices - not opening mail, not investigating and hoping and praying that IRS problems will disappear. The IRS can ruin your life. Creditors can ruin your life.

Tax Debt resolution suffers from a combination of infrastructure division and the resulting lack of awareness of how the two main tax debt relief mechanisms interact with each other. A thoughtful, comprehensive approach could compensate for this problem.

The taxpayer cannot make an informed decision without effectively understanding the tax debt system, the possible actions that can be taken, (including monitoring) and the possible result of taking a particular action.. Avoidance of involvement in one's own tax accounts due to procrastinating the unpleasant can be overcome with knowledge and adoption of a rational, realistic approach.

We will examine some of the in-depth options available to the taxpayer.

Presentation: Saturday, February 8, 2020, 2:00 - 4:00 pm.

Public Interactive Talk. (No CLE)

Location:

Staples

2050 North Tustin Street

Orange, CA 92865

Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service and admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court, enabling representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and before the United States Tax Court.


California Continuing Education, Inc is a nonprofit California provider of professional (CLE, CPE) education for Attorneys, CPAs and members of the public encountering tax debt problems.
California Society of Tax Consultants
2020 Summer Symposium
June 7-10, 2020
Silver Legacy Resort & Casino
Reno, Nevada

Please check back with - http://www.patentax.com/CLE/ for upcoming programs.
Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation
Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203 Tools curt@patentax.com for questions about the syllabus or your particularized concerns.
For more information, please call 562.594.9784
http://patentax.com/curt
http://patentax.com/CLE/
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PAST EVENTS

Free Long Beach Tax Debt Talk:
Tackling Your Tax Debt with Attorney Curt Harrington, JD, MBA, LLM
Achieve important goals faster with IRS leaving you alone!!!
January 13, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PST Public Interactive Talk. Location: Total Wine, Towne Center, 7400 Carson Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808

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Free Long Beach Tax Debt Talk:
Tackling Your Tax Debt with Attorney Curt Harrington, JD, MBA, LLM
Achieve important goals faster with IRS leaving you alone!!!
January 20, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PST Public Interactive Talk. Location: Total Wine, Towne Center, 7400 Carson Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808

https://www.builtinla.com/event/tackling-your-tax-debt-attorney-curt-harrington-jd-mba-llm/61011



Online Two Hour IRS approved CE in ETHICS entitled 《 TAX VALUATION ETHICS STUDIES
 Thursday December 26, 2019 @ 10AM PST.

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Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service enabling the representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. Curt is also Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, Taxation.

California Continuing Education, Inc is a nonprofit California provider of professional education for Attorneys, CPAs and members of the public encountering tax debt problems. Related verifying websites:

Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation

Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203

Contact: curt@patentax.com for questions about the syllabus or your particularized concerns.

This will be a public presentation without CLE
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Call (562)594-9784 for Questions




California Continuing Education, Inc., Presents

Community Tax Talk - Anatomy Of Tax Debt with Attorney Curt Harrington, JD, MBA, LLM-Tax
Gelson's Market
6255 East 2nd Street
Long Beach, California 90803
Saturday, November 30, 2019
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Non-CLE-credit presentation & taxpayer Q&A
A free presentation for the general public, including an explanation of how tax debt works; how it is different from ordinary debt; the overlying criminal considerations; and strategies that can potentially help eliminate tax debt.
Curt is a California Board of Legal Specialization Certified Taxation Specialist. and a Tax Attorney, MBA. In addition to his J.D., Curt holds an LL.M. - Tax from the University of San Diego, B.S in Chemistry, Masters Degrees in Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an M.B.A. - some of which was earned while working for Aramco. Curt was chair of the Taxation Advisory Committee of the California Board of Legal Specialization, a unit of California State government that oversees California's Legal Specialization Program, and then was chair of the main board of the California Board of Legal Specialization. A State Bar of California Approved Tax Specialization Continuing Education provider, Curt is also enrolled to practice before the Internal Revenue Service enabling the representation of taxpayers from any jurisdiction before the Internal Revenue Service and is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. Curt is also Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, Taxation.
California Continuing Education, Inc is a nonprofit California provider of professional education for Attorneys, CPAs and members of the public encountering tax debt problems. Related verifying websites:
Certified by State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization: Taxation Tax Specialization Continuing Education Provider #15203
Contact: curt@patentax.com for questions about the syllabus or your particularized concerns.
This will be a public presentation without CLE. Please join us! Please share this with anyone you believe might be interested. Call (562)594-9784 for Questions Non-CLE credit presentation with Q&A Eventbrite Website Announcement paperless Invite Card
California Continuing Education, Inc.,
Presents
November 20, 2019 Public Presentation: AVOID STARTUP HARASSMENT -
Startup Checklist
Barnes & Noble
6326 E. Pacific Coast Hwy
Long Beach, CA 90803
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Call (562)594-9784 for Questions
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Past Talk California Continuing Education, Inc., Presents

November 6, 2019 Public Presentation:

"Anatomy Of Tax Debt" Barnes & Noble 6326 E. Pacific Coast Hwy Long Beach, CA 90803 6:30pm - 7:30pm Call (562)594-9784 for Questions Non-CLE credit presentation with Q&A Eventbrite Website Announcement


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California Continuing Education, Inc., Presents

               "TAX DEBT CONTROL"

Taking Charge of your Relationship with the IRS

Outline: (TaxDebtControl) Getting into trouble with the IRS, unfortunately, is far too easy. Easy steps toward trouble include ignoring notices - not opening mail, not investigating and hoping and praying that IRS problems will disappear. The IRS can ruin your life. Creditors can ruin your life. Tax Debt resolution suffers from a combination of infrastructure division and the resulting lack of awareness of how the two main tax debt relief mechanisms interact with each other. A thoughtful, comprehensive approach could compensate for this problem. The taxpayer cannot make an informed decision without effectively understanding the tax debt system, the possible actions that can be taken, (including monitoring) and the possible result of taking a particular action.. Avoidance of involvement in one's own tax accounts due to procrastinating the unpleasant can be overcome with knowledge and adoption of a rational, realistic approach. We will examine some of the in-depth options available to the taxpayer. Be prepared!