Content Provider
Hodgsonruss
Handout Materials
Presentation Slides
Free cpe webinars
Navigating New York State's Voluntary Disclosure and Compliance Program

NAVIGATING NEW YORK STATE'S VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE AND COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateNovember 16, 2021
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Series: Taxes
Course Description

The discovery of tax compliance shortcomings can be daunting, especially when dealing with an aggressive and sophisticated tax jurisdiction like New York. 

This course will help you assist individual and business taxpayers with navigating New York State's Voluntary Disclosure and Compliance Program and maximizing the benefits available under the program. Presenter Ariele Doolittle brings significant experience in this area. She will discuss different considerations and approaches to navigate these treacherous waters safely.

Learning Objectives:


  • Identify the rules and procedures for making a successful disclosure

  • Determine the benefits of the program

  • Define ways to find tax compliance shortcomings

Not logged
PLEASE NOTE: ARCHIVED WEBINARS DO NOT QUALIFY FOR CPE
Linkedin
Hodgsonruss

Ariele Doolittle is an attorney with Hodgson Russ LLP, based in the firm’s NYC and Albany offices. She focuses her practice on state and local tax matters, including civil and criminal tax controversies, emphasizing New York State tax litigation. Ariele has successfully represented clients before state agencies and in state and federal court actions and appeals. She also advises clients on tax planning, residency planning, and other administrative law matters. Before joining Hodgson Russ, Ariele was a law clerk at the New York State Division of Tax Appeals and Tax Appeals Tribunal.

About Our Presenter

Hodgsonruss
At Hodgson Russ, value means giving you more. That starts with combining experienced, innovative legal representation with a sophisticated understanding of — and respect for — our clients’ businesses. As one of the nation’s oldest law firms, with roots tracing back to 1817, we’ve been providing our brand of value to clients for longer than many firms have been in existence. Isn’t it time to expect more from your law firm?