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Valuation and the Role of Expert Witnesses in Tax Controversies
Tue, November 7, 2017, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
This seminar addresses valuation issues and the role of expert witnesses in tax cases. The focus will be on the guidance to be gleaned from the Tax Court's cases and the questions on the USTC admission exam.
Although a tax professional can attend this as a stand-alone workshop, it is part of the A & A Tax Controversy series. The goal of each component of the series is to: (1) Discuss best practices for tax professionals interested in tax controversy/representation, and (2) Prepare for the 2018 USTC Exam.
Each seminar and the series are free!
Tax Professionals that attend the seminar or the series are encouraged to accept a pro bono tax controversy case assignment from Rutgers Law School, a Low-Income Tax Clinic, VITA, an ABA-sponsored Tax Court Pro Bono program and/or Taxpayers Assistance Corporation.
Expert Witnesses and Valuation Experts with experience testifying before the United States Tax Court are encouraged to attend, participate and forward any materials or articles that could be helpful to those attending this workshop.