Appraisers and the IRS
 
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February 11, 2014 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Herrick Feinstein, LLP
2 Park Avenue, 14th Floor
New York, NY
10016

 

APPRAISERS AND THE IRS
Tuesday, February 11th, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm


Panel:
 Judith Pearson (ARIS Title Insurance); Louis Tuchman (Tax Group, Herrick Feinstein LLP); Leigh Keno (Keno Auctions)
Moderator: Gayle Skluzacek, AAA (Abigail Hartmann Associates)

Location:
Herrick Feinstein, LLP, 2 Park Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10016


Price:
$85 AAA/ISA/ASA/RICS Members 
$125 General Admission


PLEASE REGISTER BY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH!

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Members earn 4 Continuing Education (CE) credits for attending this program. 


Please join us for “Appraisers and the IRS,” the second installment of our Advanced Issues for Appraisers series at Herrick Feinstein LLP. Panelists include: Judith Pearson, ARIS Title Insurance; Louis Tuchman, Tax Group, Herrick Feinstein LLP and Leigh Keno, Keno Auctions (a former member of the IRS Panel on Decorative Arts), with moderator Gayle Sluzacek, AAA (Abigail Hartmann Associates). These eclectic speakers will address what happens at the IRS that directly—and sometimes indirectly — affects appraisers using actual case studies to illustrate their points. Examples will display best practices and successful outcomes as well as horror stories and worst-case scenarios. Specific themes and topics include USPAP (and how requirements differ from those of the IRS), due diligence as it relates to valuation and title, the impact of evolving standards on the appraiser, and a look at the fine and decorative art panels of the IRS. 

About “Advanced Issues for Appraisers” 
In October of 2013, the Appraisers Association of America launched the "Advanced Issues for Appraisers" program series with "Legal and Ethical Concerns for Appraisers." The seminars in this series will continue to address advanced and complex methodology issues affecting personal property appraisers of the fine and decorative arts. All programs take place at the law offices of Herrick Feinstein, LLP, at 2 Park Avenue in New York City. These seminars qualify for 4 CE credits each. The next program will take place in May. This series is organized by Deborah G. Spanierman and Patricia Dillon. 



Our program cancellation policy has changed: As of January 1, 2014, changes or cancellations to your registration must be made at least 5 business days prior to the start of your program in writing (via fax or email). If you do NOT notify us at least 5 business days before your course, you will be charged a $50 administration fee. 
 

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