AICPA Tax Planning, Compliance and Controversy Conference 


    Leading experts guide you through the latest tax law updates to help save your clients valuable tax dollars, and enhance your status as a trusted advisor.

    These days, small businesses are constantly faced with new tax laws that are uniquely different from those of larger businesses or corporations. In a 2 ½ day comprehensive conference, the AICPA Tax Planning, Compliance and Controversy Conference
    , developed by practitioners for practitioners, will specifically focus on small business tax and financial issues, providing the up-to-date information you need to help clients succeed during these challenging economic times.
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    Who should attend this Conference? Partners, sole practitioners, senior managers, attorneys, and financial consultants who serve small business and individual clients as well as CPAs from small to medium-size firms who specialize in tax, forensic accounting or tax-related litigation or representation..

    Conference Materials - This link is an online resource offering streaming and downloadable educational content. Access over 1,500 educational sessions, presented by today's top industry speakers.

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    Karen Sheely
    CPA, IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service, Indianapolis, IN

    Karen is the Examination Technical Liaison for the IRS Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). Ms. Sheely monitors emerging issues, policies, and practices within IRS examination functions and looks for ways to relieve burdens created for taxpayers and tax professionals. She is a writer for the National Taxpayer Advocate’s Annual Report to Congress and the author of numerous IRS Policy and Procedure toolkits including, The Captain’s Guide for Navigating the Choppy Waters of the IRS.
    Gordon Spoor
    CPA, Spoor + Associates, P.A., St. Petersburg, FL

    Gordon has practiced public accounting in St. Petersburg, Florida since 1974. He is the managingshareholder of the CPA firm Spoor & Associates, P.A., and a shareholder in the investment advisory firm of Anderson, Riley & Spoor, P.A. He also serves as a discussion leader for continuing professional education courses and has been awarded an outstanding discussion leader award in every year since he became a discussion leader in 1992.



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