May 16
Impact of IRS Audits on State Tax Returns and Best Practices in RAR State Reporting
Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday May 16, 2019

Is your overburdened tax department facing the challenge of juggling numerous income tax obligations in addition to provision work, estimates, extensions, and state audits… only to be tasked with state compliance resulting from a Revenue Agent Report? DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc. (DMA) is hosting this invitation only roundtable and lunch addressing the Impact of IRS Audit on State Tax Returns and Best Practices in RAR State Reporting.



The finalization of an IRS audit can add yet another complicated state reporting requirement to the mix, consuming precious time and resources… not to mention the frustration of trying to coordinate the closure of the federal audit to the inopportune timing of state amended return filing deadlines.


This roundtable will identify best practices and tax minimization opportunities companies may employ to complete this time-consuming task. We will also discuss common misunderstandings regarding improper documentation, state-specific documentation, and differences in statutes of limitations.


11:30 AM – 2:00 PM Lunch and Discussion


Learning objectives and discussion topics:


Revenue Agent Reports and IRS Audits

  • What is a final determination?
  • RAR versus federal amended return
  • Federal waiver implications

Best Practices in Revenue Agent Reporting

  • Deadlines and procedures for reporting federal changes
  • Required format of notification and reporting
  • Current state trends


Seating is limited; please limit company attendance to two people. There is no fee to attend, lunch will be provided, CPE credit is available and parking is complimentary.


This seminar is intended for corporate tax leadership. Practitioners and representatives from state and local tax agencies are not eligible to attend unless invited by DMA as a presenter. If you have any questions about this event or need assistance registering, please contact John Hess at 800-309-2110, ext. 2937.