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CPE opportunity: "Innocent Spouse Benefits"
With Audrey Patten
When: 1:00 PM - 2:00PM, Tuesday, October 27
Where: Via Zoom
When successful, Innocent Spouse is a significant benefit to the married filing jointly taxpayer. However, getting there is not without jumping several hurdles. There are often differences between the IRS and taxpayer about what satisfies mandated qualifying conditions. Attendees will have a solid foundation to proceed with successful innocent spouse claims.
Attendees will receive one IRS CPE at no cost to MaSEA members. Non-members will pay a $25 registration fee. Participants agree to join the New England Low Income Tax Clinic EA Pro Bono panel. Panelists agree to accept one LITC representation case with the support and guidance of LITC staff, tax attorneys and law professors.
About Our Speaker: Audrey Patten
Audrey Patten is a clinical instructor and attorney in the Federal Tax Clinic at the Legal Services Center at Harvard Law School (LSC), where she represents low-income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service, the United States Tax Court, and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. Before joining the tax clinic, Patten worked as an attorney in the Predatory Lending Clinic at LSC, where she represented low-income clients, particularly survivors of domestic violence, in state and federal consumer law and bankruptcy cases as part of a medical – legal partnership with Brigham & Women’s Hospital. Audrey started her legal career at Northeast Legal Aid in Lowell, MA as an attorney in the Family Law/Domestic Violence unit.
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