Cryptocurrency & How to Use the New Form W-4

January 20, 2021
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Join us as Richard Furlong, Senior Stakeholder Liaison of the IRS as he presents two topic:  Cryptocurrency and Understanding the 2020 Form W-4 and How to Use it to Compute Withholding.

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Level:  Basic 

Instructional Method:  Group: Internet-based

NASBA Field of Study:  Tax (2 hours)

Program Prerequisites: Basic understanding of tax preparation

Advance Preparation:  None

Speaker bio:

RICHARD G. FURLONG, JR.
Senior Stakeholder Liaison
Communications and Stakeholder Outreach
IRS Small Business/Self-Employed Division

Mr. Furlong is a Senior Stakeholder Liaison in the Mid-Atlantic Area Stakeholder Liaison office of the Internal Revenue Service Small
Business/Self-Employed Division. Stakeholder Liaison serves as the primary IRS liaison office to tax practitioner organizations throughout the country.  For the past two years he has been a member of the IRS Affordable Care Act outreach speaker cadre and has conducted numerous ACA presentations, including IRS sponsored national webinars. Mr. Furlong coordinates the annual IRS Eastern Pennsylvania “Working Together” Conference. “Working Together” is a joint effort of public and private tax professionals to enhance the level of communication, education, and trust between these organizations and individuals. Mr. Furlong is also a member of the PA IRS/Practitioner Liaison Council which provides a structured forum for Pennsylvania accounting and tax professional organizations to meet periodically with IRS managers and employees to discuss current IRS program issues.

Each year, Mr. Furlong represents IRS at practitioner CPE sessions throughout Pennsylvania where he discusses IRS policies and procedures, tax law updates, Affordable Care Act tax issues, and IRS electronic tax administration.

Mr. Furlong is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics.

 

 

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