Larry Jones’ Publications

Writings. Larry has written or co-authored the following:

* Guide to Dealing With the IRS – published by Practitioners Publishing Co.
* 706/709 DeskBook – published by Practitioners Publishing Co.
* Dealing With the IRS Collection Division – published by Little, Brown and Company
* IRS Practice & Policy – Reviewer – published by Tax Management
* Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Columnist and Advisory Board Member – published by CCH

* How to Find a Tax Attorney, Texas Lawyer
* A Taxing Situation, Southwest Airlines Magazine – 1982

* Handling an IRS Audit – Tips to Success, Dallas Times Herald – May 1986
* Playing Hardball, Dallas Times Herald – September 1986
* Defense Considerations in Criminal and Civil Tax Fraud Investigations by the IRS, Voice for The Defense – April 1987
* Taxpayer’s Rights, Family Solutions Quarterly – Winter 1989
* IRS Takes Steps to Reduce Its Don’t Mess With Us Image, quoted in article in Dallas Morning News – January 26, 1989
* Dealing With Clients Who Have Not Filed Returns, IRS Practice Alert – October 1989
* What to Do When a Client Has Not Filed a Return, WG&L Tax News – Spring 1990
* Challenge the IRS, Dallas Law, Supplement to the Dallas Morning News – 1993
* Can Your Client Afford to Litigate Against the IRS?, IRS Practice Alert – May 1990
* What Starts Out as a Routine Audit May Transform Into a Fraud Inquiry, IRS Practice Alert – June 1990
* Negotiating Options When Dealing With the Collection Division, IRS Practice Alert – July 1990
* Winning Audits Through Communication, Preparation, and Presentation, Tax Management IRS Practice & Policy Bulletin – July 1992
* The IRS Returns to Its Roots – Lifestyle Audits, Tax Management IRS Practice & Policy Bulletin – December 1995
* Trust Fund Recovery Penalty: Can the IRS Recover From You?, Journal of Asset Protection – March/April 1996
* IRS Allowable Expense Guidelines Impacting Taxpayers, Tax Management IRS Practice & Policy Bulletin – April 1996
* Interpreting Consents to Extend the Statute of Limitations, Tax Notes – January 26, 1998
* Taxing Question: How Can Businesses Avoid Audits?, Quoted in article in Dallas Business Journal – February 19, 1999
* Love Thy Neighbor Before the IRS Does. CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 1999
* Looking for An Innocent Spouse, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 1999
* How Modern will the IRS Be?,CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 1999-Jan. 2000
* Something Old, Something New for Practitioners to Keep in Mind, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2000
* The Statute of Limitations,CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – To Extend or Not to Extend – Aug.-Sept. 2000
* Going to Appeals, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2001
* Planning the Transaction, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2001
* Challenging the IRS in Court, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – June-July 2001
* Preparing for the Audit, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Are You IRS Proof? – Aug.-Sept. 2001
* Strange Words -.Audit and Examination, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2000-Jan. 2001
* The Other Elements of Success, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2002
* Protecting Yourself from the IRS, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2002
* Planning and Preparing for Clients Under Audit, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2001-Jan. 2002
* Let the Audits Begin, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – National Research Program and Exam Re-Engineering Project Will Produce More Audits by the IRS, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2002
* Fourth Down and Inches to Go – Do You Go For It?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec.-Jan. 2003
* Riddles Solved: Code Sec. 6672(d) for Those Who Don’t Read, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2003
* When Is Compensation Reasonable?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2003
* Settlement Negotiations with an Appeals Officer, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – June-July 2003
* Customer Service – We All Want It, but Do We Get It?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2003
* Have You Been Audits?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – December 2003-January 2004
* For Better, For Worse, or For Taxes?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Feb.-Mar. 2004
* Avoiding the Pitfalls of Circular 230, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2004
* IRS Exam Re-Engineering: What Should We Do As Practitioners?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2004
* The IRS Audit – Being Re-Engineered, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Oct.-Nov. 2004
* When the Civil Audit Turns Criminal, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2004-Jan. 2005
* Where Does the IRS Get Information About Taxpayers?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2005
* The Wolf Has False Teeth – Code Sec. 6721, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Feb.-Mar. 2006
* 25 Percent Omission Extends Statute of Limitations, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2006
* Ignoring IRS Notices – Can the Taxpayer Recover?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2005
* Who Do You Want for Clients?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2005-Jan. 2006
* FIRPTA – Withholding on the Sale of Real Property, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2006
* The Audit is Over – What Now?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2006-Jan. 2007
* The Trust Fund Recovery Penalty – Are There Criminal Charges in Your Client’s Future?, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2006-Jan. 2007
* To Appeal or Not to Appeal, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2007
* Hello, I Am Your CP2000 Notice!, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2007
* Schedule C – Business or Hobby? – Tax Practitioners Beware, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2007-Jan. 2008
* Fire the Client – Save the Practitioner, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Apr.-May 2008
* Substantiate or Negotiate, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Aug.-Sept. 2008
* Challenge the IRS – A “How to” Manual on Tax Controversies, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – June-July 2008
* Off to Court We Go, CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure – Dec. 2008-Jan 2009
* We’ve Come a Long Way – Where Do We Go Now? , CCH Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure- Apr.-May 2009

Speaking

Larry speaks to various groups on a variety of topics including how to Challenge the IRS in all areas of tax controversies. The following are some of the organizations to which Larry has spoken:

* 19th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – Dallas
* 22nd Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – San Antonio
* 24th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – Dallas
* 25th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – Houston
* 26th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – Dallas
* 27th Annual Advanced Tax Law Course – Tax Section State Bar of Texas – Dallas
* ACPEN Satellite Broadcast – Tax Controversy Toolkit
* Amarillo Area Estate Planning Council
* American Business Women’s Association – Cammaraderie Chapter – Dallas, Texas
* American Society of Women Accountants – Dallas, Texas
* American Society of Women Accountants – DFW Chapter
* Association of CPAs in the IRS
* Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Dallas, Inc.
* Belew Averitt Network Meeting
* Capital of Texas Enrolled Agents
* CPA Club of North Dallas
* CPA Forum of Dallas
* Dallas Area Tax Administrators
* Dallas Association of Legal Assistants
* Dallas Bar Association – Tax Section
* Dallas Citizen Police Academy Class #19 Graduation
* Dallas CPA Society – 3rd Annual Free CPE Conference
* DFW Chapter of Texas Society of Enrolled Agents – Arlington, Texas
* El Paso Tax Institute
* Fair Park Rotary Club – Dallas, Texas
* First Wednesday Tax Forum – co-sponsored by Townsend & Jones
* Financial Executives Institute – Dallas Chapter
* Independent Small Business Association – Richardson, Texas
* Lions Club – Dallas, Texas
* National Association of Accountants – Dallas Chapter
* National Association of Black Accountants – Dallas Chapter
* National Tax Practice Institute – Las Vegas – July, 2003
* North Dallas Bar Association
* Oklahoma Society of CPAs – Tulsa, Oklahoma
* Panhandle Tax Institute – Amarillo, Texas
* Plano Area Enrolled Agents – Plano, Texas
* Preston North Lions Club – Dallas, Texas
* South Carolina Society of CPAs Tax Conference – Columbia, S.C.
* Tax Alliance Conference – 1994, 1995, 1996, and 2002 to 2009
* TAPA – Irving, Texas
* Tax and Business Forum – Monthly meeting for CPAs and Enrolled Agents sponsored by Larry Jones and Townsend & Jones, LLP. – Dallas
* Tax Controversy College – sponsored by the State Bar of Texas Tax Section – 2002
* Texas A&M University Tax Practitioner Workshop – IRS Problem Resolution – 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 – Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio
* Texas A&M University Tax Practitioner Workshop – How to Deal with the IRS – 2003 – Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio
* Texas Society of Enrolled Agents 1997 TxSEA Convention – Houston, Texas
* Texas Society of Enrolled Agents 2002 TxSEA Convention – Austin, Texas
* Texas Society of Enrolled Agents 2006 TxSEA Convention – Waco, Texas
* Texas Society of Enrolled Agents – Plano Chapter
* The University of Texas School of Law 44th Annual Taxation Conference – Austin
* The University of Texas School of Law 48th Annual Taxation Conference – Austin
* The University of Texas School of Law 49th Annual Taxation Conference – Austin
* The University of Texas School of Law 57th Annual Taxation Conference – Austin
* The 43rd Texas Tech Tax Institute – Texas Tech College of Business – Lubbock
* The 48th Texas Tech Tax Institute – Texas Tech College of Business – Lubbock
* The 49th Texas Tech Tax Institute – Texas Tech College of Business – Lubbock
* The 52nd Texas Tech Tax Institute – Texas Tech College of Business – Lubbock
* TSCPAs Convention – Nashville, Tennessee
* TSCPAs CPE Exposition ‘96 – Austin, Houston, and Arlington, Texas
* TSCPAs Tax Practitioners Bootcamp – Austin, Texas
* TSCPAs Dallas Chapter – Dallas, Texas
* TSCPAs 1995 Estate Planning Conference – Austin, Texas
* TSCPAs 1996 Texas Accounting & Business Show – Dallas, Texas
* TSCPAs 1996 Advanced Estate Planning Conference
* TSCPAs Corpus Christi Chapter Thirty-Eighth Annual Tax Seminar
* TSCPAs Austin Chapter – Fourth Annual Fall CPE Expo
* TSCPAs Austin Chapter 2000 Tax Conference
* TSCPAs Austin Chapter 2001 Tax Conference
* TSCPAs Austin Chapter 2002 Tax Conference
* TSCPAs Austin Chapter 2009 Tax Conference
* TSCPAs 42nd Annual Texas CPA Institute in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio
* TSCPAs 48th Annual Texas CPA Institute in Dallas and San Antonio, Texas
* TSCPAs Forum on Doing Business With the IRS – Dallas, Texas
* TSCPAs Rio Grand Valley Chapter
* TSCPAs San Antonio Chapter – Hot Topics on Dealing with the IRS
* TSCPAs Tax Controversy Extravaganza – Dallas, Texas
* TSCPAs Texas CPA & Accounting Show – Dallas, Texas
* University of Houston Law Foundation – Family Law Practice Seminar – Dallas & Houston – 2002 and 2003
* Washington Society of CPAs – Bellevue, Washington