VASEA Webinar: Identifying a Tax Protestor and How to End Your Services as Their Tax Professional

  • 06/17/2020
  • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Via Live Webinar


  • Applies to all non-members VASEA

Registration is closed

Identifying a Tax Protestor and How to End Your Services as Their Tax Professional
Presented by Jennifer Cable, EA, NTPI
Hosted by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the Virginia Society of Enrolled Agents
Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
1 IRS CE Credit
Via Live Webinar
Members - Free / Non-Members - $25

This CE will examine what is meant by the term “Tax Protestor” and specifically those who protest individual income taxes. It will cover the most popular reasoning and arguments used by Tax Protestors as to why they believe they are not legally subject to income taxes and how the IRS views Tax Protestors. It will also include providing services to a client who may have been a tax protestor in the past but now wishes to comply with the proper tax laws. This course will discuss the ways in which tax professionals can end their services and relationship with an individual who wants to continue the protest of individual income taxes, including the ethical requirements of doing so.

Jennifer Cable is an Enrolled Agent and NTPI Fellow. She completed a Bachelor’s Degree at Virginia Tech in Political Science, as well as a Master’s Degree at Radford University in Criminal Justice. She has worked with Wall & Associates, Inc. for 18 years, a company which provides Administrative Tax Representation Services to taxpayers across the United States. Jennifer initially performed office assistant duties at Wall & Associates, Inc. while in college, eventually moved to working Administrative Tax Representation cases for several years, and then began transitioning into managerial roles. She received her Enrolled Agent License in 2009, and has served as the Chief Operating Officer of Wall & Associates, Inc. since 2003. Her current job duties consist of handling day to day operations of the company including hiring of new talent, administering policies and procedures for casework staff, advising on upper level IRS and State tax matters and cases, conducting training for staff on IRS and State tax matters, as well as overseeing the IT needs of the company. Jennifer has also served as a Director with VASEA as of October 2019. Outside of the tax representation world Jennifer enjoys playing music, live music concerts, all Virginia Tech sporting events, spending time with family, and being with her 3 sons who all have 4 legs and lots of fur.


Contact Heather Greenwell, CAE, VASEA Administrator, at (804) 723-5888.

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