Saturday, October 14, 2006

ABA Criminal Tax Fraud Seminar

The 23rd Annual National Institute on
Criminal Tax Fraud

October 26-27, 2006

Hilton Washington/Washington, DC

December 7-8, 2006
Hotel Nikko | San Francisco, CA

This year the Institute will continue its focus on a number of important areas. Given the ever increasing complexity of IRS criminal tax investigations, the role of the forensic accountant has become even more important. The IRS also has increased its use of money laundering charges, forfeitures and asset freezes. Over the past year, the government has continued its crackdown on tax shelters with a number of high profile indictments and grand jury investigations. Similarly, the Supreme Court’s decision in Booker has continued to raise significant questions regarding the application of the federal sentencing guidelines. The program also will provide nuts and-bolts techniques for responding to a criminal tax fraud investigation.

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