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May 20, 2016

Vince Nardone talks IRS Collection Alternatives with the Ohio Society of CPAs

Thursday, May 19, 2016 - Vince Nardone was given the opportunity to speak at the Ohio Society of CPA's Dayton Accounting Show. As a tax attorney who specializes in representing individuals and businesses in front of the IRS, Mr. Nardone’s discussion focused on combating IRS collection initiatives, including working with IRS Revenue Officers, as well as the tax collection alternatives that are offered to both businesses and individuals who owe money to the IRS.

Vince Nardone focused on the following collection alternatives: (i) installment agreements; (ii) offers-in-compromise; (iii) currently not collectible; (iv) bankruptcy; and (v) payment in full. He also briefly discussed the Notice of Federal Tax Lien, the Notice of Intent to Levy, withdrawing a Notice of Federal Tax Lien, and trust fund penalties. If you would like more information on minimizing the Internal Revenue Service’s impact on individuals and businesses using collection alternatives, please view our summary here. For more information about the Dayton Accounting Show, please visit the OSCPA website.

We would like to thank the Ohio Society of CPAs for the continued partnership and we look forward to speaking at the Akron CPE Day in June.

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