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Surviving an IRS Audit

Wed 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Increase Business Owner’s recognition of the values in their business through better understanding of their Financial Statements. This presentation will describe the three types of IRS audits and their individual characteristics. The discussion will include descriptions of IRS methods of selecting returns for audit, what to expect, and how/when to prepare for the examination. The importance of record keeping requirements, burden of proof principles, and taxpayer appeal rights are additional topics that will be covered.

Speaker(s): ROY A. MITCHELL, CPA Roy A. Mitchell is a principal in the firm of Kunimura Mitchell & Company, LLC ( Mr. Mitchell offers innovative strategies in tax planning, cash management, and business consulting. He has over forty years’ experience in business taxation; ten of which were spent working in the Examination Division of IRS as an Internal Revenue Agent, Computer Audit Specialist, and Group Manager. Roy has taught courses in management, accounting, tax, and finance on the campuses of Wilberforce University and Raymond Walters College. Additionally, he has conducted numerous seminars for business owners, certified public accountants, and others on tax issues and financial management techniques. Roy is actively involved with Ohio/IRS Tax Liaison Forum, Springdale Tax Review Board, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Small Business Advisory Board, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Board. Mr. Mitchell earned his MBA in finance from Wright State University, and BS in Business Administration from The Ohio State University.

Fee: No Cost

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