Posts from May 2017.

Forthcoming IRS regulations are expected to grant broad powers to those representing partnerships during audits, but these added capabilities could expose representatives to new risks, liabilities and potential misconduct claims from partners.

Partnership agreements will have to be very specific about the decision-making powers of partnership representatives and the process for designating and terminating them, said Charlie Ruchelman of Caplin & Drysdale.

Similarly, representatives will want these agreements to contain indemnification clauses and ensure ...

A New Era of Partnership Representation Before the IRS



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