Neill and Schwerin to Present on Hot Topics in Tax Fraud at 2018 IIA Conference
On March 29th, Sara G. Neill and Michelle F. Schwerin will present a session entitled, “Hot Topics in Tax Fraud”, in front of an audience of industry leaders at the 8th Annual Institute of Internal Auditors “IIA” – Multi-Track Conference. The event is co-hosted by the St. Louis Chapter of Institute of Internal Auditors and the Greater St. Louis Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. In addition to two general keynote presentations, the event has three different customized training tracks of Fraud, Audit or Soft Skills.
About the Fraud Presentation: “Hot Topics in Tax Fraud”
Recent Congressional budget cuts have caused a significant decrease in IRS criminal investigations and tax prosecutions. So where exactly is the IRS-Criminal Investigation division using its limited resources?
This program will provide an overview and recent examples of “hot topics” in the area of tax fraud enforcement including:
- Employment Tax
- Digital Currency
- Offshore Tax Evasion
- Tax Preparer Fraud
For additional information, please visit the event registration page.
About Sara G. Neill
Sara G. Neill, chair of Capes Sokol’s Civil and Criminal Tax Controversy and Litigation group, represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal federal and state tax matters involving the Internal Revenue Service and Missouri Department of Revenue.
For more information about Sara, please visit her profile.
About Michelle F. Schwerin
Michelle F. Schwerin represents individuals and businesses in a variety of tax matters, including tax liability disputes, innocent spouse claims, claims for penalty abatement, refund claims and litigation, preparer and promoter penalty investigations and tax collection matters.
For more information about Michelle, please visit her profile.
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