Richard J. Sapinski

Richard J. Sapinski: Attorney with Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
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Biography

Richard J. Sapinski is Vice-Chair of the Firm’s Tax Litigation Practice Group. His practice involves white collar criminal defense on both federal and state levels and civil and criminal tax litigation, as well as international tax planning and compliance issues. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Sapinski was employed by the Office of the District Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, Newark, New Jersey as a trial attorney from 1977 to 1984 and later with the Office of the Regional Counsel Internal Revenue Service, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as a Special Trial Attorney from 1985 to 1987. In the latter position, Mr. Sapinski was assigned responsibility for litigating in the United States Tax Court on behalf of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue in large and sensitive cases and for assisting IRS international examiners in developing international tax issues for litigation. He litigates matters in the United States District Court, U.S. Tax Court and the Superior Court and Tax Court of New Jersey and the Federal and State Appellate Courts. He also represents professionals before disciplinary and licensing boards and handles administrative matters involving the Examination, Collection and Criminal Investigation divisions of the Internal Revenue Service and their state counterparts.

In The News Items

News, Commentary and Analysis

Tax Analysts 2/1/2016

Ty Warner Decision Illustrates Broad Sentencing Discretion

BNA 9/19/2015

The Pitfalls of Conducting Transactions in Cash

ICEPN TV “Outlook and Prospects” Special Segment 5/16/2014

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative

ICEPN TV “Outlook and Prospects” Special Segment 5/3/2014

IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative - Part 2

ICEPN Television 4/27/2012

IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative

ICEPN Television 4/6/2012

IRS Gets $2.7B from Offshore Accounts

Bloomberg 9/15/2011

HSBC Clients with Asian Accounts Said to Face U.S. Tax Probe

Bloomberg.com 7/5/2010

Is a New Willfulness Standard at Play in Circular 230 Hearings?

Tax Notes 2/8/2010

Swiss Banks No Longer a Safe Haven?

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 7/1/2009

Presentations

IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program

Essex County Bar Association - Tax Section 4/24/2019

Special Tax Update

Bergen County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 2/7/2019

Federal Bar Association Tax Section Practice and Procedure Roundtable

New IRS Internal Guidance on the Handling of Voluntary Disclosures Now That OVDI Ended 1/8/2019

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2018

Litigating Foreign-Related Penalties American Bar Association 12/13/2018

Blockchain Technology/Currency Reporting

Monmouth/Ocean County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 11/1/2018

Tax Practice Procedures & Tax Controversies

Middlesex/Somerset County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 10/23/2018

Matrimonial Accounting/Innocent Spouse in Matrimonial Litigation Presentation

Monmouth/Ocean County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 10/22/2018

Tax Controversy/A&A Update

Union County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 10/16/2018

New Jersey and Federal Tax Update Webinar

Sills Cummis & Gross P.C. 9/26/2018

10th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

Captive Insurance: What Works and What Doesn’t New York University School of Professional Studies 6/21/2018

ABA Tax Section 2018 May Meeting

The Gathering Storm: Grappling with the Impact of Restitution Orders on Civil Tax Litigation American Bar Association Section of Taxation 5/10/2018

Captives and Pooling After Avrahami

American Bar Association Section of Taxation 2/14/2018

ABA Tax Section 2018 Midyear Meeting

The Roundabout: Summons Enforcement, Privilege and Tax Court Discovery American Bar Association - Section of Taxation 2/8/2018

Special Tax Update

Bergen County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 2/8/2018

9th Criminal Tax Enforcement Forum: 2018 Update for Tax Professionals

Agostino & Associates 1/31/2018

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2017

Tools and Toys: How an Investigator Can Help American Bar Association 12/6/2017

New England IRS Representation Conference

Ethical Dilemmas in Representation: Do I need to tell the IRS? Green & Sklarz LLC 11/17/2017

9th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

Stepping Lightly: Practical Advice for Handling Ethical and Sensitive Issues in a Civil Audit New York University School of Professional Studies 6/15/2017

Litigating IRS International Penalties

6/14/2017

Working Together South Jersey Symposium

IRS Criminal Investigations Internal Revenue Service 6/1/2017

Special Tax Update

IRS Offshore Penalties & Enforcement Update Bergen County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 2/21/2017

ABA Section of Taxation 2017 Midyear Meeting

Use of and Dos/Don'ts in Filing IRS Collection Due Process Appeals American Bar Association - Section of Taxation 1/19/2017

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2016

American Bar Association 12/7/2016

Criminal and Civil Tax Controversies

Passaic County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 11/10/2016

8th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

How to Stop a Civil Audit from Becoming a Criminal Prosecution New York University School of Professional Studies 6/24/2016

ABA Section of Taxation 2016 Midyear Meeting

The Other Shoe is Dropping - Criminal Enforcement and Civil Assessment and Collection of FBAR and International Information Return Penalties (January 29); and Nuts & Bolts of Tax Court Litigation: Pre-Trial, Trial and Post-Trial (January 30) American Bar Association - Section of Taxation 1/29/2016

7th Annual Criminal Tax Enforcement Forum: 2016 Update for Tax Professionals

1/26/2016

Hot Tips in Taxation

New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 1/25/2016

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2015

American Bar Association 12/9/2015

NJSCPA-Morris/Sussex Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

What Can Happen After a Form 1040 Is Filed or Not Filed Morris/Sussex Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 12/3/2015

NJSCPA-Passaic County Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

Federal Criminal Tax Investigations and Prosecutions Passaic County Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants 11/13/2015

2015 Joint Fall CLE Meeting

(i) Ethical Issues Arising in Discovery; (ii) Sentencing in Tax Cases ABA Section of Taxation and Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law, Trust & Estate Division 9/17/2015

International Tax Enforcement Update

Agostino & Associates; Sills Cummis & Gross; Hochman Salkin Rettig Toscher & Perez; Greenberg Traurig; Kostelanetz & Fink; and DLA Piper 7/2/2015

Partners' Network Annual CPE Program

Current Developments and Strategies in Foreign Income Enforcement (Tax) WithumSmith+Brown 6/23/2015

7th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

Filing Sensitive Tax and Information Returns: Legal Issues and Strategic Considerations New York University School of Professional Studies 6/5/2015

2015 American Bar Association Section of Taxation May Meeting

A Look Inside an IRS Criminal Investigation - The Journey from CI Referral to Indictment-How Did We Get Here American Bar Association Section of Taxation 5/8/2015

Essex County Bar Association's Tax, Trust and Estates Committee Meeting

New and Timely Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI) and Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) Developments Essex County Bar Association 4/22/2015

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2014

Criminal Tax Workshop (Lawrence Horn); Eggshell Audits in a Comprehensive Tax Enforcement Environment (Richard Sapinski) American Bar Association 12/10/2014

Update on the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (IRS Amnesty on Foreign Bank Accounts): There have been some significant changes made

Estate Planning Council of Central New Jersey 10/16/2014

New Jersey Association of Public Accountants Annual Fall Seminar

New Options Available Under the Changes to the IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program Announced June 18, 2014; FBARs and Offshore Reporting; How to Claim Innocent Spouse Relief; Appealing IRS Penalty Determinations; IRS Sensitive (“Eggshell”) Audits New Jersey Association of Public Accountants 9/22/2014

Federal Criminal Tax Investigations and Prosecutions

New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Passaic County Chapter 9/9/2014

International Tax Enforcement Update

Agostino & Associates; Sills Cummis & Gross; Hochman Salkin Rettig Toscher & Perez; Greenberg Traurig; and Rosenberg Martin Greenberg 6/27/2014

The 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative

Middlesex County Bar Association 6/24/2014

6th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

The Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program: To Participate Or Not Participate, That Is The Question New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies 6/20/2014

Hot Topics in Captive Insurance and Risk Pooling Arrangements

American Bar Association Section of Taxation 5/28/2014

Unreported Foreign Bank Accounts - IRS Continues to Aggressively Pursue Non-Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative Participants

Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce 3/26/2014

5th Annual Criminal Tax Enforcement Forum: 2014 Update for Tax Professionals

1/29/2014

Hot Tips in Taxation 2014

Amnesty for Unreported Foreign Bank Accounts: The Gift That Keeps on Giving (Lawrence Horn); IRS Offshore Compliance Audits (Richard Sapinski) New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 1/29/2014

Northern New Jersey Working Together Tax Conference

The Carrot & Stick Approach to Participation in the OVDI Program: IRS Offshore Compliance Audits Internal Revenue Service 1/7/2014

Criminal Tax Fraud and Tax Controversy 2013

Criminal Tax Workshop (Lawrence Horn); IRS CID Roundtable (Lawrence Horn); Prosecution and Defense of a Klein Conspiracy (Lawrence Horn); Recent Trends in BSA and Structuring Investigations (Richard Sapinski); and Ask the Experts: Top Civil Tax Practice Tips and Representation Strategies (Richard Sapinski) American Bar Association 12/11/2013

NJSCPA-Essex County Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

The Taxman Cometh: An Overview of the IRS Criminal Investigation Process and The Accountant Client Privilege: Does One Exist? Can One Be Created? New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Essex County Chapter 11/22/2013

Anti-Money Laundering Conference: Business Challenges, Investigations/Enforcement Actions, and Practice Opportunities

Offshore Tax Issues New York State Society of CPAs 11/20/2013

NJSCPA-Passaic County Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Passaic County Chapter 11/8/2013

Basic International Tax Compliance

Agostino & Associates; Hochman Salkin Rettig Toscher & Perez; and Sills Cummis & Gross 6/28/2013

5th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

Too Much of a Bad Thing: The Difference Between Civil Penalties and Criminal Tax Fraud and Related Ethical Issues New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies 6/7/2013

Criminal Tax Enforcement in New Jersey: 2013 Update for Tax Professionals

1/31/2013

Hot Tips in Taxation 2013

Form 8938: The Pitfalls of Filing with the 2012 Form 1040 and the Even Greater Dangers of Not Filing It (Lawrence Horn); Opt Outs and Quiet Disclosures (Richard Sapinski) New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 1/30/2013

Through the Looking Glass (Parts I and II): Opting Out of the OVDI Penalty Structure and Litigating FBAR Penalties

American Bar Association Section of Taxation 1/16/2013

Recent Developments and Recurring Issues on the 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI)

WithumSmith+Brown 12/13/2012

Half-Day Tax Seminar

New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Bergen County Chapter 12/11/2012

2012 ABA 29th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and Second National Institute on Tax Controversy

Criminal Tax Workshop: The Basics (Lawrence S. Horn) and Restitution in Sentencing and Civil Tax Issues (Richard J. Sapinski) American Bar Association 12/6/2012

NJSCPA-Essex County Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

Eggshell Audits and Foreign Bank Reporting New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Essex County Chapter 11/16/2012

NJSCPA-Passaic County Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

Traps and Pitfalls for the Unwary Accountant New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Passaic County Chapter 11/9/2012

NJSCPA-Hudson County Chapter - Semiannual Tax and Accounting Seminar

Federal Tax Update New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Hudson County Chapter 11/3/2012

Recent Developments and Recurring Issues on the 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative (OVDI)

WithumSmith+Brown 10/16/2012

New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Bergen County Chapter Practitioners' Forum

The Voluntary Disclosure Policy of the IRS, Overview of Federal Criminal Tax Investigations and Prosecutions, and Representing a Client in an Eggshell IRS Audit 10/5/2012

Recent Developments in the World of Tax Controversy

Middlesex County Bar Association 7/24/2012

Basic International Tax Compliance

Agostino & Associates 6/28/2012

Estate and Financial Planning Council of Central New Jersey

Thinking Outside the Box: Critical Tax Issues Every Tax Professional Should Know; What Is All This Fuss Concerning Unreported and Undisclosed Foreign Bank Accounts? Estate and Financial Planning Council of Central New Jersey 5/17/2012

2012 New Jersey State Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention

Hot Topics in Class Action Law (Jeffrey Greenbaum); The Internal Revenue Service - What Every Matrimonial Attorney Must Know about It in order to Protect His/Her Client as well as Himself/Herself (Lawrence Horn and Richard Sapkinski) New Jersey State Bar Association 5/16/2012

Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

WithumSmith+Brown 3/15/2012

Hot Tips in Taxation 2012

The New Form 8938 Statement of Specified Foreign Assets: No Longer Can the Tax Advisor Be an Ostrich (Horn) and Everything You Need to Know about Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR) Penalties and IRS Audit and Appeals Settlement Guidelines (Sapinski) New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 1/30/2012

Criminal Tax in New Jersey: 2012 Update for Tax Professionals

1/24/2012

Morris County Bar Association Seminar

Morris County Bar Association 12/14/2011

28th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and the First National Institute on Tax Controversy

American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section, Section of Taxation and Center for Continuing Legal Education 12/1/2011

What Non-Tax Lawyers Should Know about the IRS

New York Women's Bar Association 11/22/2011

NJSCPA-Essex Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

Recent Developments in the World of Tax Controversy New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Essex Chapter 11/18/2011

NJSCPA-Morris/Sussex Chapter - Annual Tax Seminar

Recent Developments in the World of Tax Controversy New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants - Morris/Sussex Chapter 11/18/2011

ABA Section of Taxation 2011 Joint Fall CLE Meeting

The Future for Voluntary Disclosures after the Offshore Disclosure Initiatives (Horn) and Joint Defense Agreements (Sapinski) American Bar Association Section of Taxation 10/20/2011

Recent Developments in the World of Tax Controversy

Middlesex County Bar Association Tax Committee 9/27/2011

What the General Litigator Should Know about the Structure of the IRS; What Offenses It Investigates; and How It Conducts Its Investigations

Sobel & Co. Fraud and Forensic Accounting Services Group 9/12/2011

The 2011 IRS Tax Amnesty Program

2011 IRS Tax Amnesty Program India Center of Westchester 8/5/2011

Foreign Bank Accounting in 2011: Are You in the Clear?

Why it is necessary to enter the IRS “Amnesty” Program for undisclosed foreign bank accounts and assets, and how to be accepted into the 2011 program which expires on August 31, 2011 Rothstein Kass 6/22/2011

Tax Controversies: Everything You Wanted to Know after an Income or Estate Tax Return Is Filed

Tax Controversies, including Criminal Investigations, Voluntary Disclosure, Eggshell Audits, Privileges between Clients and CPAs, Appellate Conferences and the United States Tax Court Bergen Community College’s Tax and Estate Planning Professional Education 6/14/2011

Are You in Compliance with the Newly Revamped IRS Voluntary Disclosure Program?

IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program NJ Society of Certified Public Accounts-Essex Chapter 4/27/2011

Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

How the Internal Revenue Service’s Second Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Initiative Can Benefit U.S. Taxpayers Who Have Not Reported Income from Foreign Bank Accounts on Their U.S. Tax Returns Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce 4/27/2011

The New Focus of IRS on Asia: How the Second Voluntary Disclosure Initiative Can Benefit US Citizens

China Institute 4/19/2011

Voluntary Disclosure Structuring, Forfeitures and Criminal Tax 2011 Update for Tax Professionals

3/1/2011

2010 National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud

American Bar Association 12/2/2010

Hot Tips in Taxation IX

New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Taxation Law Section 11/18/2010

The Reporting of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts

Reporting of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Untracht Early LLC 10/22/2010

Non-Reporting of Foreign Source Income/Non-Filing of FBAR Forms

Non-Reporting of Foreign Source Income/Non-Filing of FBAR Forms, Specifically with Respect to Civil and Criminal Penalties New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, Taxation of Financial Instruments and Transactions Committee 10/7/2010

Is Tweel Still Relevant?

IRS Enforcement Efforts Have Increased Dramatically in the Civil and Criminal Context American Bar Association Section of Taxation 9/25/2010

WithumSmith+Brown Partners’ Network Annual CPE Program

Tax Strategies after the Returns Are Filed: Defending Audits - Preventing Criminal Investigations WithumSmith+Brown Partners’ Network 6/24/2010

Taxation Law Seminar - Helping Your Clients Prevent or Survive an IRS Audit

What You Need to Know to Prepare Your Individual or Small Business Clients for the Audit Process, from Information on Preventing One to Getting through the Process Unscathed New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education 2/20/2010

ABA Section of Taxation Midyear Meeting

Judicial Deference American Bar Association Section of Taxation, Court Procedure & Practice Committee 1/22/2010

The ABA Twenty-Sixth National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud

Representing the Client Prior to and During a Criminal Tax Investigation American Bar Association 12/3/2009

Window into the IRS Seminar

Tips for Avoiding IRS Criminal Investigations New Jersey Society of CPAs 1/16/2009

Hot Tips in Taxation 2008

New Jersey State Bar Association Taxation Section 10/29/2008

Strategies for Avoiding IRS Criminal Investigations

The Voluntary Disclosure Policy, Representing the Taxpayer in Sensitive Examinations, the Accountant Client Privilege and Updates to New Jersey Corporate Business Tax Middlesex County Chapter of the New Jersey CPA Society 7/30/2008

Representing the Taxpayer in Sensitive Examinations: Egg Shell Audits

Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP 1/8/2008

Accounting CPE Seminar

RosenfarbWinters, LLC 4/26/2007

2007 Midyear Meeting

The Ethics of Compliance: Return Preparation, Sensitive (Eggshell) Audits, and Voluntary Disclosure American Bar Association - Section of Taxation 1/20/2007

Criminal and Civil Tax Strategies and Controversies CPE Presentation

12/6/2006

Tax Controversy CPE Presentation

Rothstein, Kass and Company, P.C. 11/9/2006

Criminal and Civil Tax Strategies and Controversies CPE Presentation

Smolin, Lupin & Co., P.A. 9/19/2006

Tax Controversy CPE Presentation

J.H. Cohn LLP 5/18/2006

Tax Controversy CPE Presentation

Sax Macy Fromm & Co., PC 5/11/2006

Insolvency and Reorganization Conference

Defenses to White Collar Crime Cases New Jersey Society of CPAs 7/15/2004

Publications

No More Mr. Nice Guy: IRS Tightens Voluntary Disclosure Procedures

New Jersey Law Journal 1/14/2019

Avrahami v. Commissioner: Good News or Bad News? It Depends

Corporate Counsel Business Journal 4/26/2018

New Developments in Unreported Foreign Bank Accounts

New Jersey Law Journal 9/14/2015

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Preparation and Filing of Sensitive Tax and Information Returns, and the Practitioner’s Dilemma

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure 9/1/2015

Home Concrete & Supply Redux? Expansive Interpretation of the “Fraud” Exception to the Three-Year Statute of Limitations

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 8/3/2015

Is OVDP Still Such a Good Deal? A fresh look at the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

New Jersey Law Journal - Wealth Management Supplement 7/28/2014

Beyond the Bright-Line Test: Rent-A-Center v. Commissioner - Long-Awaited U.S. Tax Court Decision Provides More Heat than Light on What Constitutes “Insurance” between Related Parties

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 4/1/2014

Tax Amnesty is Still an Option: IRS Offers a Second Chance to Taxpayers with Undeclared Foreign Accounts and Holdings

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 4/1/2011

Tax Amnesty Is Still an Option

New Jersey Law Journal 3/7/2011

Is It Too Late for Voluntary Disclosure?

New Jersey Law Journal 8/2/2010

Pending Cases in the U.S. Tax Court to Test IRS Transferee Liability Position on Midco Transactions

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 6/1/2010

Amnesty by Any Other Name: Government Enforcement Drive against Foreign Bank Account Holders Highlights Little Known IRS Voluntary Disclosure Policy

The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel 6/1/2009

Client Alerts

•IRS Announces Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program Will End September 28, 2018 3/16/2018

Rankings and Recognition

The Best Lawyers in America 2011-2019, Criminal Defense: White-Collar

Chambers USA 2016-2019, New Jersey Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

American College of Tax Counsel
Lecturer(Federal and State Tax Issues), New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Lecturer(IRS and State Tax Practice), New Jersey State Society of Certified Public Accountants and New Jersey State Public Accountants Association
Adjunct Professor(Federal Tax Procedure), Rutgers University Graduate School of Business

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Litigation
  • State and Local Tax
  • Tax and Business Crimes/White Collar Criminal Defense

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(973) 643-5975  Phone
(973) 286-4818  Fax
www.sillscummis.com
University Attended:
Seton Hall University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1974
Law School Attended:
Fordham University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1977; New York University, LL.M., Taxation, 1981
Year of First Admission:
1977
Admission:
1989, U.S. Court of Federal Claims; 1995, U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit; 1977, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; 1993, U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit; 1977, U.S. Tax Court; 1995, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; 1977, New Jersey
Memberships:

Affiliations

Member, Tax and Criminal Law Sections, American Bar Association
Member, Tax and International Law Sections, New Jersey Bar Association
Member, Essex County Bar Association
Member, Supreme Court of New Jersey District VC Ethics Committee
Trustee, Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey
fellow, American College of Tax Counsel
Lecturer (Federal and State Tax Issues), New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education
Lecturer (IRS and State Tax Practice), New Jersey State Society of Certified Public Accountants and New Jersey State Public Accountants Association
Adjunct Professor (Federal Tax Procedure), Rutgers University Graduate School of Business

Birth Information:
Bayonne, New Jersey, January 11, 1952
ISLN:
904042069

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