We all try to do the right thing, but many of us have busy practices, and the accompanying pressures may cause us to inadvertently face ethical dilemmas in the accounting profession. If you work with financial matters such as taxes, ethical behavior is a vital aspect of your reputation. No matter what our current laws say, you should think carefully about best practices, such as reporting plain facts without manipulation. Decide in advance how you will act when faced with ethical dilemmas in accounting.
This course discusses the fact that Circular 230 has recently been revised, and it has imposed new duties and responsibilities upon practitioners who represent taxpayers before the IRS. Anyone who practices before the IRS must comply with these requirements.Circular 230 best practices govern the conduct and misconduct of tax practitioners. If you represent clients to any part of the IRS, especially if your services could ever lead to tax evasion or avoidance, Circular 230 ethics principles apply to you.
Every practitioner needs to understand his/her duties to the tax system and his/her client. This class will assist you in balancing those duties. It will also teach you:
You can better protect your client’s interests and your business reputation when you know how to solve ethical dilemmas in accounting. Sign up for this class through Canopy Tax today.
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