EA Journal: Preparing Accurate Returns in a Global Economy Means Knowing When to Put on Your Detective Hat

The Tax Institute’s Alison Flores lays out a three-step plan involving observation, logic, intuition, and inference, that could help tax practitioners prepare more accurate tax returns, especially for clients with foreign financial accounts or foreign assets.

By: Alison Flores  /  May 01, 2013

The Tax Institute’s Alison Flores lays out a three-step plan involving observation, logic, intuition, and inference, that could help tax practitioners prepare more accurate tax returns, especially for clients with foreign financial accounts or foreign assets.

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Alison Flores

Alison Flores, JD, is a principal tax research analyst at The Tax Institute. Alison specializes in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, same-sex marriage, tax preparer regulation, and individual income tax issues.

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