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#703  - The Government Agencies Cannot Leave QuickBooks Alone

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Session Description

"In the four years since the IRS first announced that it would begin using QuickBooks in its small business audits, it has exploded in the past twelve months. In the past year, in references to QuickBooks in tax research, it has expanded over two and a half times over the previous year, truly a huge increase in one year. The growth has been not only in more states now auditing with QuickBooks, but a quantum leap in cases referencing QuickBooks. This session will cover trends including: · States now using QuickBooks in their auditing procedures · Types of audits which have expanded in the past year · Expansion in court cases One very important way to build an accounting system is to know how tax agencies will audit through it. With this information we will review best practices for small business auditing and hopefully build better systems for our clients."


BruceAndersen Bruce Andersen, CPA, is the founder and principal of Bruce Andersen, CPA, and BTA Consulting & Training. He is a CPA (California), holds a Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University, and is a Certified Tax Resolution Specialist. He has been a faculty member of the School of Business for the University of Phoenix for nine years. Bruce has been a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor for many years. He has represented business clients with QuickBooks audits and consulted to many tax professionals involving QuickBooks audits. Previous awards include being named to CPA Magazine’s Top Fifty Practitioners before the IRS, Source Media’s Top 100 Technology Pacesetters five times, and Bob Scott’s Killer VAR List. Bruce has a keen interest in the developments of IRS examination of Small Business and writes frequently about it.

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