What You Will Learn From This Presentation:
Which forms must be used for response to the A or B penalty.
What to do for your clients when and if they receive notice from the IRS.
There is a certain time that each employer has to file a rebuttal to the notice.
Alan N. Tawshunsky is the former Deputy Division Counsel/Deputy Associate Chief Counsel for Employee Benefits at the IRS. In that position, he supervised the attorneys in the National Office of IRS Chief Counsel who work on published guidance, private letter rulings, litigation support and other legal advice relating to qualified and nonqualified retirement plans, executive compensation, health and welfare plans, and employment-related tax credits. Mr. Tawshunsky received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Queens College and a J.D., magna cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.
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