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The team at US Partnership Representative, Inc., is actively involved in teaching, publication and events in the area of tax law partnership representation. Listed below are some recent speaking engagements and publications. In addition, attorney Guinevere Moore is a regular tax contributor to the Forbes blog, which you can view here. Members of the team are also often quoted in the publication Tax Notes. Excerpts from these quotes are listed under Publications, below.

Recent Or Upcoming Speaking Engagements:

It’s a Whole New World, Defending and Litigating Partnership Adjustments Under the Bi-Partisan Budget Act of 2015

Guinevere Moore presented It’s a Whole New World, Defending and Litigating Partnership Adjustments Under the Bi-Partisan Budget Act of 2015 at the American Bar Association Section of Taxation National Institute of Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy on December 12, 2019.

Speaking Engagement – Rock – Partnership Representative – Hard Place

Rock – Partnership Representative – Hard Place, NYU School of Professional Studies, 11th Annual Tax Controversy Forum.
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Recent Publications:

Publication – Preparing Partnership Returns Under the BBA

Guinevere Moore and Elizabeth Yablonicky examine two key issues that every tax professional must address with their partnership clients before filing the 2018 IRS Form 1065, U.S.  Return of Partnership Income.
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Information Return Penalties: How to avoid them

Information Return Penalties: How to avoid or contest them : The Tax Advisor Guinevere Moore explores the vast Information Return Penalties the IRS has at its disposal and how taxpayers who are facing these penalties can avoid them or, if they are assessed, contest them.
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Preparing Partnership Returns Under the BBA

Preparing Partnership Returns Under the BBA by Guinevere Moore and Elizabeth Yablonicky, Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, February-March 2019Tax return preparation is not for the faint of heart. Return preparers are expected to understand and advise their clients on a myriad of ever-changing tax issues, from what type of entity will provide the best tax advantages for a business to which deductions have been created, expanded, or eliminated under the tax code. Clients expect their tax professionals to have all the answers to their tax-related questions and to be able to help them keep taxes as low as legitimately possible. To read the article in its entirety.
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