NJSEA Breakfast Seminar (Branchburg)

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 8:00 am - 10:30 am

Register Now!Registration Fee: $20 NJSEA & NAEA members/$25 after October 27;  $30 non-members and guests/$35 after October 27. Includes continental breakfast.

Early Bird Pricing Until October 27

Refund Policy:  Credit for a future meeting if attendee notifies NJSEA prior to event.
No credit/refund if attendee does not notify NJSEA in advance.


Raritan Valley Community College (Branchburg)
118 Lamington Road
Meeting Room: Atrium  (RVCC floor plan)
Parking Lots: 1 and 2
Branchburg, NJ 08876

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Friday October 30, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM EDT
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Joni Cappuccio, Secretary 

New Jersey Society of Enrolled Agents
(215) 736-9455



Seminar Description:  Notices, Notices, Notices.  The IRS is sending out computer generated notices and correspondence of every type.  Whether the notice is for an Audit or a Collection related issue, the practitioner’s response can determine how successfully your clients’ issues get resolved.

This seminar will cover but is not limited to the basic notices and other IRS correspondence (e.g. CP2000; CP504 and other 500 series notices; Notice of Deficiency, Information Document Requests, etc.).  We will review the contents of the correspondence and suggest methods to respond professionally.

Time permitting, we will also review the various IRS forms to use in responding to specific situations (911, Taxpayer Advocate Request; 8857, Innocent Spouse; 9423, Collection Appeal Request; 9465, Request for an Installment Agreement [including 433-A, 433-B, 433-D, 433-f]; 12153, Request for Collection Due Process Hearing; 12203, Request for an Appeals Review; 13711, Request for an Appeal of an Offer in Compromise).

Participants are asked to bring in their redacted client letters so we can share the contents and suggestions for responses.   


Leonard Steinberg, EA

Steinberg Enterprises, LLC offers comprehensive tax services to individuals, small businesses and nonprofit organizations. It also provides consulting services to small businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Steinberg Enterprises provides comprehensive tax services including returns for Individuals, Proprietorships, Partnerships, S-Corps, C-Corps, Exempt Organizations, Payroll, Sales and Use, Estates, Trusts, Foundations. He handles complex business, nonprofit, and personal tax issues including bankruptcy filings, divorce, and tax court preparation.

 Consulting assignments include the design, development, and implementation of financial reporting systems, utilizing QuickBooks and Fund-EZ Nonprofit software. Leneord also consults to companies regarding internal control and fraud prevention policies and procedures, operational reviews and administrative procedures, pre and post audit analysis, and the preparation and development of strategic plans.

 Leonard Steinberg is a R. 1:40 qualified mediator included on the roster of New Jersey court-approved mediators. He mediates Civil, General Equity and Probate Cases. 

CE Credits: 2 IRS CE or  2 CFP CE or 2 CPA CPE