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  • Tax Court Filing Deadlines are Not Extendable
    Tax Court Filing Deadlines are Not Extendable

    Tax law is harsh when it comes to most filing deadlines, which are considered jurisdictional and not subject to equitable tolling. Even one day late, regardless of the harshness of result, will block ...

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  • Is your Tax Accountant Covered under the Attorney-Client Privilege?
    Is your Tax Accountant Covered under the Attorney-Client Privilege?

    Under the tax code, the confidentiality privilege only applies in non-criminal tax matters. But United States v. Kovel (2nd Cir. 1961) stepped in to extend the attorney-client privilege to cover ...

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  • The Government can Compel Disgorgement of Tax Return Preparer's ill-gotten Gains, says Federal Appeals Court.
    The Government can Compel Disgorgement of Tax Return Preparer's ill-gotten Gains, says Federal Appeals Court.

    The case referred to is U.S. v. Stinson , a federal appeals decision that affirmed the disgorgement (repayment) of $949,952.47 against a tax return preparer. Disgorgement, which compels wrongdoers to ...

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  • The National Taxpayer Advocate Points to Systemic Flaws within the IRS
    The National Taxpayer Advocate Points to Systemic Flaws within the IRS

    Despite the IRS' recent achievements, and its 5-year Strategic Plan to streamline operations, The National Taxpayer Advocate exposed some core weaknesses. The National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA) is an ...

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  • Despite Budget Restraints, The IRS is Committed to Improving Quality
    Despite Budget Restraints, The IRS is Committed to Improving Quality

    The IRS published its 5-Year Strategic Plan for years 2018 to 2022. Below are some of its strategic goals. Honoring the Taxpayer Bill of Rights; Encouraging more online interaction to increase ...

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