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Resolve Conflicts With the IRS on Business Valuations

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The Internal Revenue Service has clear expectations on what its employees are expected to do related to business valuations when working on estate and gift tax cases. However, limited resources can place severe constraints on IRS business valuers working with IRS estate and gift tax attorneys (ETAs). Given this potential conflict relating to quality and timeliness, consider these insights regarding how to address conflicts with the IRS related to business valuations. It’s important to


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