Beginning June 1, 2018, Art will serve as chair of the Georgia Society of CPAs Tax Committee
The latest news & events including upcoming speaking and moderation dates as well as awards and articles.
Anson will present “The New Partnership Audit Rules: Are You and Your Clients Ready?” on May 31, 2018 at the Georgia Society of CPAs 2018 Tax Reform Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Anson will present on defining employees and contractors for tax purposes at the spring accounting expo of the houston society of cpas
Anson will present “Who Made Who?: Defining Employee or Contractor For Tax Purposes” on May 21, 2018 at the Spring Accounting Expo of the Houston Society of CPAs in Houston, Texas.
Anson presents “Give it Away Now: An Update on Conservation Easements, Charitable Deductions and Substantial Compliance” on May 11, 2018 at the 2018 ABA Tax Section May Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Anson was quoted in Tax Notes Today on the lack of procedural safeguards as the IRS plans to revoke passports for individuals with $50,000 of tax debt. Read the article.
Anson Asbury, Asbury Law Firm, and David Aughtry, Chamberlain Hrdlicka White Williams and Aughtry, were the featured speakers for a December 19, 2017 panel sponsored by FBA Tax Atlanta and moderated by Chuck Hodges of Jones Day covering conservation easements and other tax controversy developments.
Fans of the CPE Webcast Art & Anson Talk Tax produced by the Georgia Society of CPAs can join the North Atlanta Tax Council in December for a live session. Arthur Auerbach, CPA, CGMA and Anson H. Asbury, J.D., LL.M. will banter about the latest tax news and trends.
Anson will present on Partnership Audit Rules & Civil Tax Penalties at the Georgia Tax Forum in Savannah
Anson will present two sessions: “This is Happening: The New Partnership Audit Rules” and “Where Do We Go From Here: The Current State of Civil Tax Penalties” on December 1, 2017 at the Georgia Tax Forum in Savannah, Georgia. Visit the Georgia Society of CPAs to register.
Can’t Get There From Here: The IRS Travel Ban on Tax Debtors by Anson Asbury published in Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Memorandum
Read Anson’s Bloomberg BNA TM Memorandum article, Can’t Get There From Here, The IRS Travel Ban on Tax Debtors, about IRS passport restrictions for people with more than $50,000 of tax debt.
Reproduced with permission from Tax Management Memorandum, 2017. Copyright 2017 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033) http://www.bna.com.
BNA Daily Tax Report asked Anson to comment on a recent U.S. District Court case protecting taxpayer privilege in a micro-captive insurance case. IRS Can’t Go After Privileged Documents Before Defense Raised, BNA Daily Tax Report, September 6, 2017.
BNA Daily Tax Report quoted Anson on the 5th Circuit’s recent decision in the Bosque Canyon Ranch conservation easement case.
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