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Federal Tax Forum (FTF)

The Connecticut Society of CPAs

December 9, 2008

When:
December 9, 2008
Where:
Aqua Turf
Plantsville, CT

The upcoming presidential election means that there are big tax changes on the horizon - don't get left behind!  The Federal Tax Forum is a great way to get your firm up to speed on the latest changes.  Send your staff to Surgent McCoy's Tax Camp on Monday for a comprehensive overview of 2008's most important issues.  Looking for more advanced coverage? Attend Tuesday's sessions to delve deeper into estate planning, the new Form 990, loss prevention, the IRS examination process, and more.

The New 2008 Form 990 - Are You and Your Clients Ready for the New Disclosure and Policy Requirements?
Concurrent Session G - Presented by: Alan E. Lieberman, Esq. and Raymond Casella

The 2008 Form 990, Return of Organizations from Income Tax, represents a dramatic increase in the Internal Revenue Service review of the finances, policies, procedures, and management of tax-exempt organizations. The 2008 Form 990 is significantly longer and more detailed (with 16 schedules) and requests extensive information about compensation practices and approval procedures, conflict of interest policies and compliance monitoring, whistleblower and documentation retention policies, inter-director relationships, and much more. This program informs you about the changes and disclosure requirements so that you can advise your client what records, policies, and procedures should be in place to permit the timely completion of the Form 990, and the avoidance of public disclosure of any deficiencies in corporate recordkeeping or governance.

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