Michael Gregory Institute: Effective Strategies for Avoiding and/or Resolving IRS Audits


Former IRS supervisor Michael Gregory's commentary on How to Work with IRS: Second Edition (June 2014), and an overview of how the IRS is organized into 13 different business units, valuable and helpful information and commentary is presented regarding these issues in the Large Business and International Division (LB&I) (assets over $10M) and the Small Business Self Employed Division (SBSE) (assets $10M and less). 

Course Type

On-line Self Study Learning

CPE Credit

2.00 hours CPE credit


Michael A. Gregory

Field of Study


Level of Knowledge

All Levels

Designed For

CPAs in Public Practice.


Kansas Society of CPAs



Advanced Preparation - Download electronic materials and review


An example from the estate and gift classification process is followed from start to finish to provide added insight into the process and the way IRS approaches these issues. Issue resolution at the IRS is division dependent. Ideas for addressing these concerns with specifics related to specialists are provided. Given 13,000 revenue agents with 2,000 specialists at the IRS, Mike presents steps you can take when you need a specialist and when working with specialists to allow you to take appropriate actions - from the initial filing of the return to avoid an audit, examination tips if audited, appeals recommendations on cases where there is no agreement, and litigation.


Provide real ways you can help your clients avoid or quickly resolve issues generated by an IRS audit.


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Member Fee $80.00
Non-Member Fee $80.00
Your Price $80.00

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