San Diego tax attorney Kevan P. McLaughlin was honored as a top young San Diego attorney by the San Diego Daily Transcript. The San Diego Daily Transcript conducts a peer nominating process that asked San Diego County lawyers to name the best young attorneys in San Diego County.
San Diego tax attorney Kevan McLaughlin will serve as the next co-chair of the Young Tax Lawyers of the State Bar of California Tax Section, San Diego Chapter.
Kevan P. McLaughlin will be a speaker for the upcoming CalCPA San Diego Chapter 14th Annual Tax & Accounting Institute on November 19, 2010 at the Handlery Hotel & Resort, San Diego, CA. The 14th Annual San Diego Tax & Accounting Institute is the region’s premier opportunity for professionals to hear about recent developments in federal, state and local tax and accounting issues. Kevan P. McLaughlin will discuss recent developments in Circular 230 and the future of practicing before the IRS.
The United States Tax Court is a court of record under Article I of the Constitution and is the primary venue for litigating a federal tax dispute. The Tax Court hears cases when there is a dispute regarding an IRS deficiency. One key advantage the Tax Court has over other courts is it allows taxpayers to contest a deficiency before paying the disputed amount.
An IRS offer in compromise is an agreement between you and the government that settles your tax liability for less than the full amount you owe.
Installment agreements and offers in compromise are two of the most common ways for taxpayers to resolve their outstanding tax liabilities. An installment agreement is a written agreement between you and a tax agency (i.e., the IRS, FTB, EDD, or BOE) that allows you to pay a tax liability over time through scheduled periodic payments.
Kevan P. McLaughlin, Esq., LL.M presents “Developments in Circular 230 and the Future of Practicing Before the IRS” to the San Diego / La Jolla Life’s a Beach CalCPA discussion group.
Kevan P. McLaughlin’s recent article published in the newsletter of the Tax Procedure and Litigation Committee Taxation Section of the State Bar of California
The IRS audited over 1.4 million individual income tax returns in 2009, which included field and correspondence audits. Being audited can be an extremely burdensome experience, and knowing the types of IRS audits that exist and how they work can help you be better prepared in the event you are audited by the IRS.
Kevan P. McLaughlin will serve as the next Secretary of the California State Bar’s Young Tax Lawyers Committee San Diego Chapter.