Cryan and Duffy to Take Part in Tax Controversy Seminar
Bloomberg BNA | CITE, was formed to educate U.S. and foreign multinationals and companies engaged in international business on the tax, legal and accounting aspects of doing business overseas. Seminar speakers are experts in internal taxation and finance fields and the participants include a broad range of corporate multinational companies. Mary Duffy and Thomas Cryan will take part in Resolving IRS Controversies on February 26 and 27 at the Treasure Island Hotel in Las Vegas. Topics will cover issues the IRS is looking for on audit and how to deal with IRS agents during tax audits.
Thomas Cryan will chair the two-day event live group seminar while Mary Duffy will be a presenter.
Thomas M. Cryan has over 22 years of experience in assisting clients in tax controversies. In this capacity he has represented clients before the IRS in pre-filing agreements, the examination phase through the appeals phase and post appeals mediation. He also has assisted clients in understanding and applying complex provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, including the statute of limitations for deficiencies and overpayments, the mitigation provisions, the unified audit procedures for TEFRA partnerships, reportable transactions, accuracy-related penalties for underpayments, information reporting penalties, reporting foreign financial accounts and various other procedural statues and regulations.
Mary Duffy is a Managing Director in the WTAS National Tax Office. From July 2011 to July 2013, Mary served as a Legislation Tax Accountant with the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT). While with the JCT, Mary worked with key tax personnel within Congress in the development and drafting of tax legislation as well as various tax reform options.
February 26-27, 2014
Las Vegas, NV