Orange County Tax Attorney Blog

Fighting the IRS’s Intentional Disregard of Form W-2 Filing Requirements Penalty Under Section 6721 of the Federal Tax Code

Can an employer avoid the IRS’s proposed imposition of the penalty for “intentional disregrard” of the Form W-2 filing requirements? Yes, depending on the circumstances. The […]
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The Dual Liability Provisions for a Responsible Person under California Sales Tax Law

Can you be held responsible by the CDTFA for the unpaid sales tax of your employer’s company or of the company you own? A person may […]
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Can You Net Gambling Wins With Gambling Losses on Your Tax Return?

Can You Net Gambling Wins With Gambling Losses on Your Tax Return? Taxpayers who gamble casually (meaning they do not qualify as being professional gamblers under […]

Letting the Door Hit You in the Tax on the Way Out: IRS Issues Relief Procedures for Certain Persons Who Relinquished US Citizenship But Wish to Complete Tax Compliance

In September of 2019, the IRS Issued Relief Procedures for Certain Persons Who Relinquished Their United States Citizenship But Who Were Out of Tax Compliance. The […]

What Is the Standard for Admission of Evidence in a Hearing on Revocation of Probation or Supervised Release?

What Is the Standard for Admission of Evidence in a Hearing on Revocation of Supervised Release or Probation? Because the Federal Rules of Evidence do not […]

Murrieta Tax Preparer Gets No Jail Sentence for Tax Crime

A Murrieta return preparer is reported by patch.com (here) to have received a sentence of home detention, probation, and community service, although the sentencing guidelines provided […]

Tampon Tax Relief Vetoed by California Governor Brown

Affirming, perhaps, that the one thing California loves more than being progressive is being expensive, Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have exempted tampons […]

Introducing the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration and the Office of Tax Appeals

On June 15th, Senate Bill (SB) 86 was passed.  The bill was called the “Taxpayer Transparency and Fairness Act,” and the full text can be found […]
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