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Tax Fraud and the New Economy

The recent landmark UBS settlement with the Department of Justice and an unprecedented response in the voluntary tax disclosure program is a clear message that the era of bank secrecy and hidden assets is over. 

Tax fraud in today’s economy is rapidly evolving and becoming an area of great interest for fraud examiners and investigators. In this event, you will be introduced how tax agencies think, indications of tax fraud, working partners, unique aspects as to charges and prosecutors, fraud schemes, case management, investigation techniques and recent developments in the field of tax fraud investigation. 

Who should attend:

• Certified Fraud Examiners and other anti-fraud specialists
• Special investigation unit personnel
• Loss prevention and security professionals
• Criminal investigators from local, state and federal agencies Detectives and private investigators
• Internal and independent auditors Lawyers, prosecutors and other tax professionals

DATE: January 20th, 2010
TIME: 8:00AM - 1:30PM (training starts promptly at 8:30AM)
LOCATION: The Sumner School and Museum, Washington, DC 
The Sumner School and Museum is located 1201 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC (near the Farragut North Metro Station).

COST: (Includes breakfast and lunch)
Chapter Members: $35
Non Chapter Members: $45

CPE Credits: This course offers an opportunity to earn 4 continuing professional education credits.

REGISTRATION: Email questions to 
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