Posted by: Steven Toscher | July 19, 2022

UCLA 38th Annual Tax Controversy Conference – October 27, 2022


We are pleased to let you know that the planning for the 38th Annual UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute is proceeding and we have an exceptional program lined up with top governmental officials and leading private practitioners from around the country. 

As you know the Institute is back in person this year. After two years Covid/Zoom protocols, we are all excited to see old and new friends in person.  Please note that for those of you who are unable to join us in person, there will be a later “virtual” rebroadcast of the event sponsored in conjunction with CalCPA.

The full schedule of programs will be up on the website soon, but we will give you the highlights below.  This year you need to sign up for the early bird special by September 2, 2022, and it is a deal with a $100 discount off the regular rate.  Registration also includes lunch.  Because of Covid restrictions, there will be limitations on seating so sign up early. You can sign up at the following link.

Click Here to Register

We have had amazing sponsors of the program and we encourage those who have sponsored in the past to join us again and we always welcome new sponsors. Go to the following link for sponsorship information.

Click Here for Sponsorship Information

Now, for the Highlights – 

  • The Commissioner of Internal Revenue – Charles P. Rettig – will present a luncheon keynote on the state of Internal Revenue Service. 
  • The Taxpayer Advocate – Erin Collins – will present a breakfast keynote on what the Taxpayer Advocate Service is doing to assist taxpayers and tax administration.  
  • Darren J. Guillot – Deputy Commissioner, Operations and Collection, SB/SE – will present an afternoon keynote on “What IRS Collection Will Look Like Over the Next 10 Years”. 

In addition to these “can’t miss” keynotes, we will be continuing the Institute’s tradition of providing an open forum for distinguished presenters and panelists to discuss and debate sensitive tax practice issues including –

Employment Tax: Employee Retention Credits: “What’s Old Is New Again: IRS’s Renewed Focus on Employee Tax Compliance Issues

”R&D Credits: “If You Build It, They Will Come…The Taxing Authorities Focus on R&D Credits

”How To Resolve Your Cases at IRS Appeals Including Cases Docketed Before the Tax Court

Crypto Compliance & Enforcement

Collection & Offer Specialist Panel & An IRS CampaignBSA & F8300 Compliance

Criminal Tax Enforcement

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