Do’s & Don’ts: Tax Season Settlement Letters, 1099s & FDCPA Issues
January 23, 2019 - 7PM EST - Webinar - 1.0 CLE Credit Hour* (1.15 hours)
Sponsored by Applied Innovation
Clients are always looking for new ways to increase collections. Sometimes, they attempt to revive old practices that were abandoned for good reasons. Many people in the industry, think tax season settlement letters and or the threat of issuing a1099-C will improve collections. The recurring issue is whether a debt collector has to notify the debtor whether a 1099-C will be issued and what language should I use. 5 do’s and don’ts will be discussed. The FDCPA statute and court decisions will be reviewed in regard to the above issues. This 1 hour (60 minute) seminar will:
- Address misconceptions about the law, and;
- Provide practice best procedures.
Recent lawsuits and judicial perspective on these lawsuits will be discussed. With over 45 slides and exhibits, attendees will learn to identify potential issues in their letters and provide practical take away information to improve your business practices.
Applied Innovation will also discuss how their product can help you. Presenter: Jay Winston is the President of The Credit & Collection Education Forum, which has over 350 subscribing companies and audience of over 1200. Jay was a Certified Instructor for ACA International for several years. He has taught seminars for over 20 years. He is a known industry leader with over 20 years of experience. He is the co-author of the industry leading guide, The Complete Guide to Credit & Collection Law, and president of the creditors’ rights law firm Winston & Winston, P.C., located in Manhattan.
*1.0 CLE credits (Skills) will be requested from NY State. NY has reciprocal approval with about 15 states. Attendees are solely responsible for submitting /obtaining their CLE credits to their state bars. CCEF will assist when possible. The seminar is intended for attorneys, collection agencies, debt buyers and in house counsel engaged in the collection of consumer debts.
CCEF MEMBERS: $25 / Non-CCEF members $ 75 (Additional attendees from same location $25/person).
1.5 CLE credits (Skills) has been requested from NY State and is pending approval. NY has reciprocal approval for about 15 states. Attendees are sole responsible for submitting /obtaining their CLE credits to their state bars. CCEF will assist when possible. Please see the application in the link below to sign up.
*Financial Aid Request Form is Available.
*Substantial group discounts available – email us for details.