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Monday, August 23, 2010

Dellinger: Return Preparer Due Diligence and the IRS

Tax Analysts Kip Dellinger (Kallman & Co., Los Angeles) has published Return Preparer Due Diligence and the IRS: The Looming Battle, 128 Tax Notes 889 (Aug. 23, 2010). Here is the abstract:

In this article, Dellinger discusses IRS due diligence expectations for tax return preparers and suggests that the IRS approach the matter realistically and judiciously.

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