NTSA Webcast: IRS Audits: A Necessary Evil

By ASPPA Net Staff • January 04, 2018 • 0 Comments
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

22:50PM ET

Speaker: Ed Salyers, QPA, CPA

Experience Level for Attendees: All

IRS Program Number: CZTXU-Q-00919-18-O

Webcast Outline: Coming Soon.

   

Description

 

This webcast discusses how IRS audits increase business for professionals. The IRS is continuing to do more with less funding, thus changing the audit process. Learn how these changes impact your clients. Discuss the most common operational errors for each type of deferred compensation plan and how to correct the errors. Focus on the best IRS audit practices for preparation, corrections and how to mitigate audit risk.

Key Takeaways:

1. Recognize the changing IRS audit process

2. Identify common errors by plan type

3. Prepare for an IRS audit

4. Navigate the audit correction process

5. Mitigate audit risks


Registration Deadlines: 
Live: 11/13/2018
On-Demand: 11/13/2019

CE Credit: 1 ARA, 1 ERPA, 1 JBEA Noncore

About the Speaker
Ed Salyers is a Certified Public Accountant and has his own CPA consulting firm, practicing primarily in the areas of deferred compensation under 401(a), 403(b), 457 and governmental plans. He was a Senior Employee Plans Specialist with the Tax Exempt and Governmental Entities Division of the Internal Revenue Service for over 30 years. Ed specialized in working with large employers in the for-profit and not-profit sectors. He has extensive audit experience with plans in higher educational institutions, public and private schools K-12, healthcare, and governmental employers.

Ed has spoken at numerous national employee benefit conferences, including AICPA, ASBO, ASPPA, APA, NTSA and NAGDCA.

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