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Frank Wolpe

Professor Emeritus, Law, Taxation, and Financial Planning
JD, Suffolk University, 1966
LLM, Boston University, 1969
Office: Morison Hall 114fwolpe@bentley.edu
                       


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Bio

Consultant to White House and U.S. Treasury; member of U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Advisory Group; president, Boston chapter, Federal Bar. Board member: billion dollar bank, hospital. Citations: Presidents Reagan and Carter; Bentley College Adamian Award for Excellence in Teaching. Author, lecturer and consultant on corporate tax planning, tax controversy practice and appeals. Founding chairperson, Bentley College National Institute on Federal Taxation. Member, Beta Gamma Sigma.

Teaching Interests

IRS Practice and Procedure; Negotiations and Settlement of IRS Cases; IRS Examinations and Appeals; Defenses Against Alleged Tax Fraud

Research Interests

IRS Practice and Procedure; Negotiation and Settlement of IRS Cases; IRS Examinations and Appeals; Defenses Against Alleged Tax Fraud

Consulting/Practice Interests

IRS Practice and Procedure; Negotiation and Settlement of IRS Cases; IRS Examinations and Appeals; Defenses Against Alleged Tax Fraud

Awards and Honors

2008, Presented a commemorative plaque by Bentley University President Gloria Larson "On the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Annual IRS Town Hall Meeting" in "Gratitude for its Founding" - presented on October 27, 2008.
2007, Appointment, Advisory Council, Human Rights Commission, City of Newton, Massachusetts
2002, Appointment, Crime Commission, City of Newton, Massachusetts
1990, Elected Honorary Lifetime Member, Massachusetts Association of Public Accountants
1983, Appointed, Special Consultant - IRS, President Reagan's Grace Commission
1983, Elected first Chairman, Massachusetts/IRS Liaison Committee
1982, Appointed as member of the Board of Directors/Trustees - Waltham Hospital, Mutual Bank, Suffolk Franklin Savings Bank, Park Street Corporation
1980, Appointed, Consultant on Tax Education, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, D.C.
1980, Bentley College Adamian Award for Teaching Excellence
1978, Appointed, President Carter's IRS Commissioner's Advisory Group (CAG)
1976, Elected as President, Federal Bar Association (Boston Chapter); Served as member, Board of Delegates, Massachusetts Bar Association
1972, Promoted to Major, U.S. Army Reserve, Member of Strategic Army Corps (STRAC Deputy Director of Instruction, U.S. Army Finance School)

Publications

Journal Article(s)
Wolpe, F. (1978). Thoughts for a Single Level of Appeal. Taxes, The Tax Magazine.