podcast: Podcast: IRS Crypto Currency Target Letters: What You Need to Know! - 09/24/19 03:04 AM
On this week's podcast I am joined by Walter Pagano, CPA, CFE.  Walter is the head of Tax Controversy and Forensics at Eisner Amper in New York, and he covers what everyone needs to know about the new IRS target letters for owners of Crypto Currency, and what to do if you or one of your clients receives one.
Check out the episode here:
Website:  https://taxrepllc.com/tax-rep-network-podcast-episode-64-crypto-currency-with-walter-pagano/
 YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZcOPr243vas

podcast: Tax Rep Podcast: The Ask-Me-Anything Episode 6/14/19 - 05/26/19 03:47 AM
The week of June 10th I will be in Las Vegas having just spoken all week for the AICPA at its Engage Conference 2019.  I will then be heading to Salt Lake City to speak at Scaling New Heights.  In between, on June 14th I will record a special "AMA" episode of the Tax Rep Podcast from Las Vegas.
"AMA", or "Ask-Me-Anything".  If you have burning questions about the IRS, or simply a client matter that has you stumped, email me at Podcast@TaxRepLLC.com and we will answer your questions on the episode.
Check out the podcast here at www.TaxRepLLC.com/Tax-Rep-Network-Podcast 

podcast: IRS Offers-in-Compromise: The Good, the Bad, and....! - 10/24/18 03:07 AM
Adventures in IRS Offers-in-Compromise: The Good, the Bad, and "My Client Did Not Seriously Just F*&king Do That?!"
In this week’s episode Eric covers issues with IRS Offers-in-Compromise when the client does not always listen to us, and what happens when both little things go wrong as well as when the shit really hits the IRS Offer fan! Eric explains the various types of clients and why so many people you help will end up just getting into trouble again and become your “walking annuities”. Also, remember to email Eric your questions so he can answer them on the next podcast at podcast@taxrepllc.com.
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podcast: Selling on the Internet? You May Need to Deal with Sales Tax Now! - 09/12/18 02:28 PM
In June the United States Supreme Court decided the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair and turned 26 years of state tax precedent on its head.  Joining Eric Green on this week's podcast is Connecticut Department of Revenue Service's General Counsel and 1st Assistant Commissioner Lou Bucari, as he and Eric discuss the impact of the decision and how it will impact everyone from IBM to mom-and-pop shops who sell anything o the internet.  Catch the episode in either ITunes, Google Podcasts or here at Tax Rep Network Podcasts Homepage!

podcast: The Three Biggest Tax Mistakes Made by Entrepreneurs - 08/15/18 08:04 PM
Dealing daily with failing start ups and their owners has shown me three critical mistakes many of these entrepreneurs make that cause, if not hasten the demise of their dream company. Check out the podcast here: https://taxrepllc.com/tax-rep-network-podcast/ 
The accompanying article can be found here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/three-biggest-tax-mistakes-made-entrepreneurs-eric-green/?published=t 

podcast: Cash and Structuring: How Accountants Get Their Clients Sent to Prison - 08/12/18 03:56 PM
In this Episode Eric sits down with IRS Special Agent Maria Papageorgiou and discusses the crime of structuring, what it is and why so many taxpayers end up committing this crime without realizing it.  Many accountants advise their clients that when it comes to cash, it is the client’s money and they can do what they want with it (so long as it was reported).  Unfortunately that is far from the truth.  Hear directly from Maria why the IRS is so intent on focusing on this violation, and what you and your clients need to know.  Get the episode in ITunes, … (0 comments)

podcast: The IRS's Use of Confidential Informants: Tax Rep Network Podcast - 08/06/18 10:45 AM
Episode 28 of the Tax Rep Network Podcast just hit the podcast network and it features a discussion with me and the IRS Criminal Investigation's Special Agent in Charge of the Boston Field Office, Kristina O'Connell.  The topic was, of course, how IRS Criminal Investigation uses confidential informants to build a tax case.
During the discussion Kristina covers not only how the IRS uses confidential informants to build their tax cases, but how taxpayers can become a confidential informant and be paid for their information.  Check out Episode 28 here: https://taxrepllc.com/tax-rep-network-podcast/ 
Thanks, and look forward to seeing you inside Tax Rep Network!

podcast: Interview with the IRS Director of Collection - 07/30/18 04:14 AM
On this week's podcast I interviewed my friend Paul Mamo, who is the Director of the IRS Collection Division.  Listen in and hear Paul and I talk about the current payroll tax initiative the IRS Collection Division is rolling out, and other high priority issues for the IRS.  Catch the podcast here: https://taxrepllc.com/tax-rep-network-podcast/ 
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podcast: Think Before You File Joint Returns: Podcast - 08/30/17 03:40 PM
For my more popular blog posts I ahve started recording podcasts for the Tax Rep podcast on ITunes.
Last week my BLOG POST discussed why taxpayers should not just file joint returns without thinking through the Tax Collection consequences of the filing.  JOint liability is no joke, and innocent spouse treatment can be a challenge to qualify for. 
You can listen to the podcast here on the Tax Rep Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/podcasts-tax-rep-llc/id1276903945
Enjoy the Podcast, and if you have any other questions or concerns regarding the iRS you want me to discuss please send me a message and let me know.

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