Published Articles

  • Tax Controversy – How to Avoid it, Litigate it and Keep it Civil
    Source: The Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Committee, October 2009
    Co-Author: Russell F. Dunn, CPA, Asst. Professor, Broward College
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  • Revisions to the Offer in Compromise Process
    Source: The Florida Bar, Tax Section Bulletin, June 2007
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    Co-Author: Tamara Moravia-Israel, Esq., Principal, Ernst & Young LLP

  • Confession May be Good for the Soul – and the Taxpayer
    Source: WebCPA, October 2006
    Co-Author: Joseph Reese, Esq.
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  • A Primer on the NRA Withholding Presumption Rules
    Source:  The Florida Bar, Tax Section Bulletin, May 2006
    Co-Author: Ricardo Souto, Esq., Partner, Shutts & Bowen LLP
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  • The Service’s “Last Chance” Compliance Initiative
    Source: The Florida Bar, Tax Section Bulletin, October 2005
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  • Update on IRS Related Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques
    Source: The Florida Bar, Tax Section Bulletin, June 2004
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  • Clients Should Get a LIFE!
    Source: The Florida Bar, Tax Section Bulletin, March 2003
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