NJSEA Breakfast Seminar (Cherry Hill)

Topic: Indirect Methods to Prove Income Used by the IRS

Seminar Description:  

If there is a reasonable indication of unreported income, the IRS can use an indirect method to reconstruct it. In this seminar, you will learn about the various indirect methods of proving income such as source and application of funds, cash transaction (cash-T), bank deposit analysis, net worth and markup methods.  Learn when each method is most appropriate and work an example!  


Jo-Ann Weiner, CFE, EA 

As a Forensic Tax Accountant, Jo-Ann’s practice consists of tax controversy
resolution, assisting in divorce cases, and criminal work. She has over 35 years of experience with the IRS as a Revenue Agent auditing federal tax returns and working as a special enforcement agent on civil cases, criminal cases, and grand jury cases. She has served as an expert witness testifying in court for the government. Jo-Ann is Certified Fraud Examiner experienced in examination and determination of corporate fraud, and embezzlements. Jo-Ann is a director of the New Jersey Society of Enrolled Agents and a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

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