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Next Tax Talk Today Highlights Estate, Gift and Employment Tax


IR-2009-48, May 4, 2009

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Talk Today will feature a special 100-minute program on Tuesday, May 12 at 2 p.m. to discuss current estate, gift and employment tax issues.

The IRS estate, gift and employment tax functions cover a wide variety of issues and affect a broad range of taxpayers both directly and indirectly. Two continuing education credits will be offered for the price of one during May’s program.

Panelists include: Mary Gorman, IRS assistant division counsel (Prefiling); Joseph Tiberio, IRS Employment Tax Policy; James Hogan, IRS Estate and Gift; Lisa Piehl, IRS Estate and Gift; Kathy Harrison-Suits, enrolled agent, Summit Capital Advisors; and Daniel T. Moore, CPA, senior accountant and chief financial officer, Moore Agency, Inc. The moderator is Les Witmer.

Sponsored by the IRS, Tax Talk Today is a free, live, interactive webcast aimed at educating tax professionals on the most contemporary and complex tax issues. Viewers are encouraged to submit questions during the live Webcast. Tax professionals in need of continuing education credits should select Continuing Education at the Web site for more information.

To access the webcast at no charge, viewers can register online at Tax Talk Today Web site. They can view Tax Talk Today with Windows Media Player and Real Player; both are free software that may already be installed on your computer. If not, click the link for installing system software to view Internet Broadcast.

Subscribers can view live Webcasts as well as archived programs; listen to audio podcasts or read show transcripts. Subscribers also can order audio and video recordings. A transcript and audio of the March 10, 2009 Webcast, “Surviving the IRS Audit”, is now available, as well as an audio podcast. Archives are available through Dec. 31, 2009.


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