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Professional Advisory Committee

Art and the IRS: A Journey through the IRS Art Valuation Process
Date: February 26, 2014
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Mizner Park
Boca Raton, FL 33432

Contact: Annagrace Banaszak
Phone: 561-392-2500, ext. 209

Art and the IRS: A Journey through the IRS Art Valuation Process
Martin E. Basson, former Supervisory Attorney with the IRS Estate & Gift Tax Division

Wednesday, February 26, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

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Ever wonder how the IRS values artwork?  Do they use different standards when a priceless Monet is taxable as part of an estate versus donated to a charity and listed as a charitable deduction on a Form 1040?  Does the IRS really have the expertise to value paintings, antiques, sculptures, and other fine works of art?  Martin E. Basson, a recently retired career supervisory attorney with the IRS Estate & Gift Tax Division, will explain how it all works and present some interesting statistics.  He may even sing an original song on topic!

For more information, contact Annagrace Banaszak at 561.392.2500, ext. 209 or

Presented by the Museum’s Professional Advisory Committee.

Sponsored by:

ProskauerKaufman Rossin Co.

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