Last issued in 1999, the new edition contains sections on:
§ Recent government successes and losses in tax shelter litigation
§ New rules on taxpayer obligations to disclose “reportable transactions”
§ New advisor obligations
§ Recently proposed Treasury regulations under Circular 230
§ The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and limitations imposed on tax practice
§ New developments in the area of tax malpractice
Standards of Tax Practice has been updated by authors Bernard Wolfman, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, James P. Holden, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, and Kenneth L. Harris, a partner at Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg.
Praise for Standards of Tax Practice, 5th Edition:
“This reviewer enthusiastically recommends this book both for guidance on specific problems and for more general study of appropriate practitioner conduct.”
- -- David E. Watts, of counsel to Dewey Ballantine LLP, New York, Tax Notes
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