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The IRS’s Laguna Niguel Office – Where IRS Attorneys, Revenue Agents, and Criminal Special Agents Work

The IRS’s Laguna Niguel Office – Where IRS Attorneys, Revenue Agents, and Criminal Special Agents Work If you have ever been to the “Ziggurat,” you never […]

Kimble v. United States, Court of Claims No. 17-421 – FBAR Willfulness Penalty Case

The below is the HTML text of the original opinion in the Kimble v. United States opinion in the United States Court of Claims, a wilful […]
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Bedrosian v. United States – FBAR Wilfullness Penalty Standard Considered by Third Circuit Court of Appeals

Recent Tax Opinion Highlight: The opinion of United States Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit in Arthur Bedrosian v. United States, a recent FBAR willfulness penalty […]
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Does Filing an Amended Tax Return Extend the IRS Statute of Limitations to Audit or Assess?

Does Filing an Amended Tax Return Extend the IRS Statute of Limitations to Audit or Assess? In general, the filing of an amended return does nothing […]
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When Is a California Tax Attorney’s Conflict of Interest Unwaivable?

When Is a California Tax Attorney’s Conflict of Interest Unwaivable? A court may find that a conflict of interest by a California attorney may not be […]

When Are Legal Fees Deductible as Employee Business Expenses?

When Are Legal Fees Deductible as Employee Business Expenses? In Guill v. Commissioner, 112 T.C. 325 (1999), the United States Tax Court succinctly explained the deductibility […]
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What’s the Situation With “The Situation” of Jersey Shore?

A blast from the past just came across the headlines recently surrounding a member of the hit show of 2009, Jersey Shore. I had previously covered […]

When Can I take Casualty Theft Losses On My Tax Return?

When Can I take Casualty Theft Losses On My Tax Return? Updated: As of 1/1/2018, casualty theft losses have been severely limited on Schedule A and […]

Washington D.C. Tax Preparer Found Guilty of Filing False Income Tax Returns for Herself and for Her Clients

As the tax season comes upon us, the IRS is urging taxpayers to be careful when choosing a tax preparer. We are reminded of this by […]

Bookkeeper Committing Tax Fraud Gets Prison Sentence

Earlier this month, a bookkeeper of a charter bus company was sentenced to prison for engaging in tax fraud by failing to report close to $1 […]

Permanent Injunction Imposed on Las Vegas Couple Involved in Illegal Tax Scheme

Return preparer fraud continues to be a major concern of the IRS.  A recent case out of Las Vegas details how a husband and wife team […]

Attorney Found Guilty of Tax Fraud

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Tax Division won a conviction against a New York attorney for failing to report income on his 2007, 2008 and […]

Before the Tax Season Starts, A Reminder to Choose Your Return Preparer Carefully

Earlier this month, the DOJ issued a press release that buried the lead, titled, “Former eBAY Manager Pleads Guilty To Stealing More Than $200,000 In IRS […]

Republican Congressman Michael Grimm to Resign Following Guilty Plea to Tax Charge

On December 30, 2014, New York Representative Michael Grimm (Rep.) announced he would resign as of January 5, 2015, according to a report by the Associated Press and […]

Attitude Survey Shows Lower Satisfaction With IRS Customer Service

On December 8, 2014, the IRS Oversight Board released its 2014 Taxpayer Attitude Survey. As is probably no surprise to many tax professionals who deal with […]
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