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Taxpayers are ultimately responsible for their own returns, but return preparers are subject to ethical standards that make them responsible for what is in the return, what is not in the return and how that information is presented. For example, return preparers are expected to inform clients about errors discovered and the consequences of ignoring them. The preparer must evaluate the reliability of information furnished by the taxpayer.

Lynn Nichols, CPA, has been recognized as an authority on the rules governing tax practice for three decades. His CPE programs on the subject have been the standard in New York, Florida, Ohio and with a number of regional CPA firms. His is accepted as an expert on the subject in both federal and state courts. Professional liability insurers have recognized the value of his Tax Practice Quality Control training.

Want to protect against unnecessary liability? Avoid the headache of big mistakes discovered in IRS audits? A quality tax practice begins with respect for the Standards.”  Join Lynn for this valuable practice guidance. 

Treasury Circular 230
AICPA Statements on Standards for Tax Services
Internal Revenue Code Preparer Penalty Provisions

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E. Nichols, CPA