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2.0 Credits
IN-PERSON

TAX ETHICS AND NEW AICPA PROPOSALS
Credit(s) and Type: 2 | Technical Business
Speaker Name: Mark Sellner

Mark Sellner develops and teaches tax continuing education courses and consults with other CPAs and their clients on business and executive tax matters, including S corporation and partnership taxation and the tax consequences of buying and selling a business.

He has both Big Four and Fortune 500 corporate tax experience. Mark completed a three-year Ernst & Young National Tax Department assignment in Washington, DC, and was tax counsel and Director of U.S. Taxes at Ecolab in St. Paul, Minnesota. He has served as a partner at KPMG’s metro New York headquarters, and was a tax partner at CliftonLarsonAllen in Minneapolis, where he chaired the Baker Tilly International federal tax committee.

Mark has served as an adjunct professor of business taxation at the University of St. Thomas Law School and has served as Director of Graduate Studies in Taxation at the University of Minnesota. He has developed and taught graduate-level courses on corporate tax, mergers and acquisitions, accounting for income taxes, and consolidated returns in the Master of Business Taxation Program.

He teaches for leading CPA firms and CPA societies nationwide and is a recipient of the R. Glen Berryman award for excellence in teaching and the Distinguished Award from the Minnesota Society of CPAs. Mark has completed a four-year term on the Minnesota Board of Accountancy. He also is a member of the Florida Institute of CPAs.

Mark received his accounting degree with high honors at the University of Illinois, his law degree at the University of Minnesota, and a master of laws in taxation degree at Georgetown University Law Center.  

 

Description: 
Examine a real-world case study and learn about the consideration and resolution of ethical issues that arise in a tax practice.

Topics:
• Treasury Circular 230 guidance
• Proposed AICPA Statements of Standards on Tax Services
• Taxpayer penalties
• Tax return preparer penalties
• Revenue Ruling 80-58 on rescissions
• Tax practice and procedures manual
• Partner in charge of tax job description

 

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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

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