Tax malpractice involves a real threat to the health and well-being of a tax practice and the tax practitioner. Legal and settlement costs, injury to reputation, and substantial disruption to one's practice and one's personal life are just a few of the painful consequences of such actions. Increasing exposures, escalating costs and growth in frequency of claims all suggest that prudent practitioners and firms need to address the issue before the issue addresses them.CCH's new Avoiding Tax Malpractice is not only a very important issue spotter and prevention guide for tax professionals, but is also very interesting reading. This insightful resource not only tells the reader how to avoid and limit tax malpractice problems, but it also educates the reader on a wide range of actual situations that have led to problems in the past. As noted authors Robert Feinschreiber and Margaret Kent reveal, knowing how to avoid tax malpractice is not necessarily an intuitive exercise on the part of practitioners, and some of the true causes for malpractice litigation will surprise many readers. The basics of this important and sensitive issue are patiently explained in the first part of the book, so readers have a context to understand the more detailed and specialized discussions that follow. Generous qhow-to-avoidq practices are clearly discussed and practical guidance is delineated in helpful lists that are easy to understand and memorable. Insights on causes and cures is provided throughout. Avoiding Tax Malpractice moves from a general discussion of the basic issues and avoidance practices in the first chapter to a series of individual chapters dedicated to specific practice categories and related cases. These Chapters include: - Tax Compliance Malpractice - Tax Advice Malpractice - Corporate Tax Malpractice - Tax Shelter Malpractice - International Tax Malpractice - State Tax Malpractice - Compensation Issues - S Corporation Tax Malpractice - Estate Tax Malpractice - Divorce Tax Malpractice - E-Commerce Tax Malpractice Practitioners and those who advise tax practitioners will find the book extremely valuable, interesting and informative. Everyone involved in tax practice can benefit from the book's insightful discussions. This book will definitely be one of the more interesting reads of the year for many tax professionals.337 as in force before the modifications of the Tax Reform Act of 1986. ... International Engine Parts, Inc. v. ... 773 S.W.2d 90 (Ark. 1989) 15 P.L. 99-514. 17P.L.99-514. a#39;aquot; Warmbrodt v. Blanchard, 100 Nev. 703, 692 P.2d If403.04 104 Avoidinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Avoiding Tax Malpractice|
|Author||:||Robert Feinschreiber, Margaret Kent|
|Publisher||:||CCH - 2000-01-01|