Tax practitioners: When is it time to bring in an attorney?

06/17/2013 | Tax Adviser, The

When a tax practitioner learns of facts that require a client to amend a return, it is often difficult to recognize whether the item is a routine correction or a potential criminal matter. This article discusses when a practitioner should consider referring a case to an experienced criminal tax lawyer, the limits of the tax practitioner privilege and whether the CPA should have an ongoing role.

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Tax Adviser, The