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IRS Report Card

IRS Report Card

Comments of a 30-Year Former IRS Insider. By Mopsick Tax Law, LLP.

http://mopsicktaxlaw.blogspot.com/
  • Mar 28

    COUNT DOWN TO FATCA: FATCA MYTHS AND FACTS I

    COUNT DOWN TO FATCA: FATCA MYTHS AND FACTS I
    With the July 1, 2014, FATCA effective date quickly approaching, it is finally front page news. Practitioners who are following FATCA closely have noted that the emphasis has shifted slightly from the onerous and unfair injustice FATCA…
  • Mar 10

    Opt Out of Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program? We Need To See the National Office Appeals Coordinated Issues Paper Now!

    Opt Out of Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program? We Need To See the National Office Appeals Coordinated Issues Paper Now!
    An emerging issue for practitioners engaged in the offshore voluntary disclosure arena is collecting intel on what exactly the field offices are being told by the National Office about how to resolve  opt out cases. A client can choose…
  • Feb 6

    FATCA: “There’s No Point In Complaining. It’s Here To Stay.”

    FATCA: “There’s No Point In Complaining. It’s Here To Stay.”
    Last week on the “FATCA” LinkedIn group, a member wrote the following: “Why are so many people complaining about FATCA and crying FOUL!!!!!  Just get on with it, it’s here to stay.  It’s everyone,…
Rank this Week: 3844

Tax Nightmares

Tax Nightmares

Covers common events in tax and bankruptcy practice.

http://taxnightmares.blogspot.com/
  • Jul 8

    AMNESTY FOR TEXAS TAXES

    AMNESTY FOR TEXAS TAXES
    AMNESTY FOR TEXAS SALES TAX & FRANCHISE TAXES The Comptroller of Public Accounts has announced an AMNESTY for sales tax. The amnesty is of limited duration. It will not help with audits or tax debt. It will help non-filers and…
  • Aug 19

    Filing Bankruptcy Too Soon

    Filing Bankruptcy Too Soon
    There is a serious risk when you file bankruptcy to stop tax levies. The bankruptcy filing may not discharge the tax debt in a Chapter 7 case. The filing may require payment in full of the priority tax claim (taxes typically less than three…
  • Aug 16

    LET MY CLIENT GO

    LET MY CLIENT GO
    I received a call from one of my long time clients today. I have been representing this business for close to a year with sales tax and IRS payroll tax problems. The conversation was very emotional. He said, "The comptroller just shut down my…
Rank this Week: 3877

Nolo's Tax Law Tips

Nolo's Tax Law Tips

Covers tax law.

http://blog.nolo.com/taxes/
  • Mar 31

    IRS Clarifies IRA Rollover Ground Rule

    IRS Clarifies IRA Rollover Ground Rule
    Taxpayers have long been allowed to withdraw funds from an IRA, and not be taxed on the distributions as long as the sum was paid back to an IRA within a 60 day period – and this sort of transaction has only been allowed only once per…
  • Mar 20

    What is a Principal Residence?

    What is a Principal Residence?
    A very recent New York District Court decision (Cohen v. U.S., 2/28/14) provides a lot of good narrative for taxpayers wondering how Internal Revenue Code Section 121 (Exclusion of Gain From Sale of Principal Residence) truly works.  The…
  • Mar 17

    Keep IRS Posted on Your Addre

    Keep IRS Posted on Your Addre
    Folks sometimes wonder how important it is to keep IRS informed of your current address. Short answer: it is important – don’t overlook it. Most importantly, some IRS communications are time sensitive, and bad things can happen if…
Rank this Week: 3906

South Carolina Tax Credit Blog

South Carolina Tax Credit Blog

Follows stories and pertinent issues that relate to the tax credit industry in South Carolina for both state and federal tax credits. By Christian L. Rogers.

http://www.sctaxcreditblog.com/
  • Aug 23

    New Abandoned Buildings Tax Credit Could be a Gamechanger

    New Abandoned Buildings Tax Credit Could be a Gamechanger
    South Carolina is on the cutting edge with its newest investment tax credit for the redevelopment of abandoned buildings.  It became the first state to enact an investment tax credit for the redevelopment or rehabilitation of abandoned…
  • Jul 9

    The Positive Economic Impact of Tax Credit

    The Positive Economic Impact of Tax Credit
    On this blog we have discussed at length the various ways tax credits can benefit a state. They circulate money back into an economy to increase spending, provide incentives to clean up dilapidated sections of town raising property values,…
  • Jun 8

    Abandoned Buildings Tax Credit Bill Dead

    Abandoned Buildings Tax Credit Bill Dead
    As the official term of the South Carolina Legislative Session ended yesterday, so did the chances for the Abandoned Buildings Revitalization Act to become law this year.  Supporters of the bill, including me, will try to revitalize the bill…
Rank this Week: 3994

New Jersey CPA Tax Lawyer Blog

New Jersey CPA Tax Lawyer Blog

Comments on New York and New Jersey tax law. By Samuel C Berger P.C.

http://www.newjerseycpataxlawyerblog.com/
Rank this Week: 4035

Derek's Tax blog

Derek's Tax blog

Covers taxes and estate planning. By the Jensen Law Office.

http://washingtonstateestatelaw.com/blogs
  • Dec 17

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today
    Today marks the two year anniversary of the bill that extended the Bush tax provisions for two years and raised the Federal Estate Tax and Gift Tax Exemption to $5 million. My how things have changed! Two years ago the Republicans in Congress…
  • Dec 17

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today
    Today marks the two year anniversary of the bill that extended the Bush tax provisions for two years and raised the Federal Estate Tax and Gift Tax Exemption to $5 million. My how things have changed! Two years ago the Republicans in Congress…
  • Dec 17

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today

    Estate Tax Fiscal Cliff - 14 Days and Counting - Two Years Ago Today
    Today marks the two year anniversary of the bill that extended the Bush tax provisions for two years and raised the Federal Estate Tax and Gift Tax Exemption to $5 million. My how things have changed! Two years ago the Republicans in Congress…
Rank this Week: 4102

Taxidermy: Getting Under the Skin…

Taxidermy: Getting Under the Skin of Tax Law

Insight into the trials and tribulations of a UK tax lawyer. By Ann L. Humphrey.

http://www.annlhumphrey.com/blog
  • Aug 22

    The golden ticket

    The golden ticket
    ‘There are semi-naked women playing beach volleyball in the middle of the Horse Guards Parade immortalised by Canaletto. They are glistening like wet otters and the water is splashing off the brims of the spectators’…
  • Jul 26

    Allez Wiggo

    Allez Wiggo
    To celebrate Wiggo’s epic victory in this year’s Tour de France, this month’s blog is devoted to things tax and cycling related. First, the ‘Cycle to Work’ scheme.  If employers lend their employees cycles or cyclists’ safety…
  • May 14

    Dreaming of electric sheep?

    Dreaming of electric sheep?
    Having been confined for what seemed like hours in the Carphone Warehouse outlet in Bluewater shopping centre I panicked, and, as a result, am now sharing my life with an Android.  read more
Rank this Week: 4163

Taxing Tech

Taxing Tech

Covers state taxation of emerging technologies. By Reed Smith LLP.

http://www.taxingtech.com/
  • Mar 27

    Texas Issues Notable Ruling on Tax of Digital Service

    Texas Issues Notable Ruling on Tax of Digital Service
    The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts recently issued a decision regarding the taxability of digitized services provided by a Taxpayer to oil and gas industry customers. The Taxpayer’s digitized…
  • Mar 24

    Miller Quoted in State Tax Notes Article on Tax on Streaming Video

    Miller Quoted in State Tax Notes Article on Tax on Streaming Video
    Kelley Miller was recently quoted in a State Tax Notes article on Streaming Video.  In commenting on Kentucky’s decision to tax certain streaming video as a utility, Miller said:   While Kentucky’s approach to streaming…
  • Mar 21

    Idaho Has An App For That

    Idaho Has An App For That
    Last year Idaho’s House of Representatives enacted HB 243, exempting cloud computing services from Idaho’s sales tax. However, the legislation led to more questions and uncertainty. Thus, Idaho’s House of Representatives…
Rank this Week: 4175

Property Tax in Florida

Property Tax in Florida

Covers property tax law in Florida, including questions relating to valuation, homestead exemptions, agricultural classifications, and how to challenge decisions of the taxing authority. By Sherri Johnson.

http://propertytaxinflorida.com/
  • Aug 22

    Deadlines for 2013 VAB Petition

    Deadlines for 2013 VAB Petition
    Pursuant to Florida Statute 194.011(3)(d), a petition to a county value adjustment board to challenge the assessment of the value of the taxpayer’s property must be filed no later than 25 days after the Property Appraiser…
  • Aug 19

    Deadlines for 2012 VAB Petition

    Deadlines for 2012 VAB Petition
    Pursuant to Florida Statute 194.011(3)(d), a petition to a county value adjustment board to challenge the assessment of the value of the taxpayer’s property must be filed no later than 25 days after the Property Appraiser mails out the…
  • Jan 17

    Property Tax Appeals: Should You File a VAB Petition or Go Straight to Court?

    Property Tax Appeals: Should You File a VAB Petition or Go Straight to Court?
    Property owners who would like to appeal their property tax assessments are faced with two choices in Florida – they can file a petition to the county value adjustment board or they can file a lawsuit in circuit court.  Some attorneys…
Rank this Week: 4195

Canadian Tax Law Blog

Canadian Tax Law Blog

Covers the taxation of individuals, corporations, trusts and partnerships in Canada. By Lawson Lundell LLP.

http://www.canadiantaxlawblog.com/
  • May 14

    Tax Blog Shutting Down

    Tax Blog Shutting Down
    Thank you for following our Canadian Tax Law Blog. Please note this blog will be shut down by June 1, 2012. You may continue to access our tax resources by visiting www.lawsonlundell.com/resources.html. For information on our Tax Group visit…
  • Mar 15

    Employee Life and Health Trusts and Health and Welfare Trust

    Employee Life and Health Trusts and Health and Welfare Trust
    The relatively recent introduction of Employee Life and Health Trusts (“ELHT”) resulted in significant uncertainty in the pension benefits industry in Canada. After commentary from the pension benefits community, legislation from the…
  • Mar 7

    Canadian Tax Rates, Not Quite a Tax Haven

    Canadian Tax Rates, Not Quite a Tax Haven
    Canada has not historically been known for its favourable levels of taxation.  However, in the course of the past decade, corporate tax rates have been steadily reduced with the result that favourable rates of taxation are incurred by…
Rank this Week: 4199

A Taxing Affair

A Taxing Affair

Covers federal tax laws, Internal Revenue Service collections enforcement and tax problem resolution. By Muñoz & Morales.

http://ataxingaffair.com/
  • Sep 5

    New Tax and Social Security Rules for Same-Sex Married Couple

    New Tax and Social Security Rules for Same-Sex Married Couple
    Recently, the IRS answered a lingering question since the Supreme Court’s historic June 26 decision on same-sex marriage:  In determining ... Continue reading
  • May 15

    When and How to Amend Your Federal Income Tax Return

    When and How to Amend Your Federal Income Tax Return
    You have submitted your income tax return and now you’ve discovered an error….  Perhaps you missed a credit or deduction for which you were eligible.  Perhaps you failed to include income reported on a Form 1099.  Don’t fret.  You…
  • Apr 17

    HURRY!! Last Minute Tips for Taxpayer

    HURRY!! Last Minute Tips for Taxpayer
    Hello Fellow Taxpayers!    Today is the deadline for filing your income tax return or filing for a six-month extension of time to file your return.  You need to mail either your tax return or your request for extension TODAY.  We…
Rank this Week: 4234

Bellevue Tax Lawyer Blog

Bellevue Tax Lawyer Blog

Covers tax law. By the Law Office of Aaron P. Richter.

http://www.richtertaxblog.com/
  • Aug 29

    U.S. Treasury and IRS will recognize same sex marriages | Bellevue Tax Lawyer

    U.S. Treasury and IRS will recognize same sex marriages | Bellevue Tax Lawyer
    The IRS and the U.S. Department of Treasury announced today that they will recognize same-sex marriage for federal tax purposes.  The announcement states that they will recognize the marriage, as long as the couple is married in a state…
  • Aug 24

    Switzerland will soon release bank information to the US | Bellevue Tax Lawyer

    Switzerland will soon release bank information to the US | Bellevue Tax Lawyer
    Two of the larger Swiss banks have agreed to release bank information to U.S. authorities.  The information consists of leaver data from two of the larger Swiss banks.  Leaver data is the data about people that switched banks or…
  • Jun 6

    Bellevue Tax Law | FBAR Deadline is June 28th

    Bellevue Tax Law | FBAR Deadline is June 28th
    I wanted to post a quick reminder that your 2012 FBAR, Form TD F 90-22.1 is due on June 28, 2013. This is because the June 30th land on a Sunday and the form must be received by June 30th, thus the Friday before the due date.   Another…
Rank this Week: 4313

Simrin Law

Simrin Law

Covers tax law issues.

http://www.simrinlaw.com/blog/
  • Dec 10

    Who Owns the Art? Probate Litigation for Disputed Asset

    Who Owns the Art? Probate Litigation for Disputed Asset
    A dispute has arisen over the distribution of Farrah Fawcett’s assets. The case illustrates how high-value assets can become the focus of otherwise smooth transitions – even when a living trust is in play. Ms. Fawcett passed away…
  • Dec 10

    Who Owns the Art? Probate Litigation for Disputed Asset

    Who Owns the Art? Probate Litigation for Disputed Asset
    A dispute has arisen over the distribution of Farrah Fawcett’s assets. The case illustrates how high-value assets can become the focus of otherwise smooth transitions – even when a living trust is in play. Ms. Fawcett passed away…
  • Nov 10

    Looking for a Bay Area Probate Lawyer – Why Steven Simrin Is an Excellent Choice

    Looking for a Bay Area Probate Lawyer – Why Steven Simrin Is an Excellent Choice
    Qualified Probate Litigation Attorney Probate law is a subset of the broad range of legal services attorneys are trained to handle. However, with specialization and additional training, an attorney can add to their skill set.  Steven…
Rank this Week: 4367

IRS Tax Resolution Blog

IRS Tax Resolution Blog

Covers IRS tax issues, tax resolution and tax debts. By ProTect Law Group.

http://www.irstaxresolutionblog.com/
  • Jan 28

    Reaffirmation Hearing in San Jose, CA

    Reaffirmation Hearing in San Jose, CA
    The US Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California has several locations: San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, and Santa Rosa. Each location has its own personalities based on the trustees, judges, and court proceedings. The San Jose,…
  • Jan 27

    Confirmation Hearing in Oakland, CA

    Confirmation Hearing in Oakland, CA
    TMZ reported on September 1, 2010 in "Rapper Young Buck: I'm Bankrupt ... Not Broke!" that a well known rapper filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy to get his finances back in order after his home was raided by federal agents for tax debts.
  • Jan 26

    Attending a Meeting of Creditors in Oakland, CA

    Attending a Meeting of Creditors in Oakland, CA
    The US Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of California has several locations: San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Santa Rosa. When a debtor files bankruptcy, s/he usually chooses the court closest to where s/he lives.
Rank this Week: 4369

Accel Tax Blog

Accel Tax Blog

Covers tax law news and tax planning for individuals and businesses.

http://www.acceltaxandbusiness.com/blog.php
Rank this Week: 4404

Florida Tax Attorney Blog

Florida Tax Attorney Blog

Published By Bucci Law Offices, P.A.

http://www.floridataxattorneyblog.com/
  • Jan 2

    James Gandolfini's Passing Makes Plenty for the IRS

    James Gandolfini's Passing Makes Plenty for the IRS
    James Gandolfini was a beloved actor in Hollywood, most notably for his lead role as Tony Soprano in the popular gangster series, "The Sopranos," on HBO. The event of his sudden death over this past summer from a heart attack, affords us the…
  • Nov 25

    If You Have Foreign Accounts In The State Of Israel, It Is Time To Get IRS Compliant

    If You Have Foreign Accounts In The State Of Israel, It Is Time To Get IRS Compliant
    If you are a U.S. taxpayer, the Internal Revenue Service makes it their business to know all about you. Until now, however, there was still a lot of information to which they had little access. For instance, if you had monies in offshore…
  • Nov 18

    Identity Theft

    Identity Theft
    Have you been the victim of an identity theft crime? You are not alone. Identity theft has become the number one national consumer complaint, and Florida has the highest rate of identity theft in the United States. The Department of Justice…
Rank this Week: 4422

IRS Tax Lawyer Blog

IRS Tax Lawyer Blog

Covers IRS and Tax law. By Jeffrey Anton Collins.

http://www.stopirsproblem.com/
  • Nov 20

    IRS Offer in Compromise Saves Biz Over $1 Million Dollar

    IRS Offer in Compromise Saves Biz Over $1 Million Dollar
    Okay, it's true. News-worthy reductions of tax liability with the IRS Offer-in-Compromise (OIC) program can actually happen. Most tax practitioners know that an OIC tax reduction is available for individuals and, only about 1/3 of Offers have…
  • Oct 22

    Purpose of IRS Fresh Start Initiative?

    Purpose of IRS Fresh Start Initiative?
    Good Question. The IRS Fresh Start Initiative is part of IRS's refined collection process. This fairly new program has been implemented since early 2011. The goal: to make tax collection more efficient for the government, and to make IRS tax…
  • Oct 14

    What is "Alter-Ego" to IRS?

    What is "Alter-Ego" to IRS?
    Hint: This allows IRS to levy against company assets for the owner's personal tax liability. IRS gives its collection agents the authority to ignore the protection of corporations against someone's personal liability. Most tax professionals…
Rank this Week: 4549

Kanzlei Hellinger

Kanzlei Hellinger

Covers common German law, tax law, ADR and ODR. By Axel Hellinger.

http://hellinger.eu/en/
  • Feb 3

    Nachträgliche Werbungskosten bei Vermietungseinkünften

    Nachträgliche Werbungskosten bei Vermietungseinkünften
    This article is only available in German.etmin Kanzlei Hellinger
  • Nov 24

    Die Initiale 2013 – Da geht mehr!

    Die Initiale 2013 – Da geht mehr!
    This article is only available in German.Axel Hellinger Kanzlei Hellinger
  • Nov 24

    Die Initiale 2013 – Da geht mehr!

    Die Initiale 2013 – Da geht mehr!
    Am 22.11.2013 und 23.11.2013 war die Gründermesse Initiale in Dortmund. Als gründungsaffiner Berater nutzt man gerne eine solche Gelegenheit, um sich unter die Startups und deren Supporter zu mischen. Da die Datev zusammen mit dem…
Rank this Week: 4608

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Covers Indiana law.

http://www.bgdlegal.com/blog/
  • Apr 18

    Health Care Fraud Prosecutions - Even Good Providers Are At Risk

    Health Care Fraud Prosecutions - Even Good Providers Are At Risk
    As the federal government expands its pursuit of health care fraud cases, even good providers are at risk of becoming targets. Consider, for example, these federal health care fraud cases in 2013: Three cardiologists, including one in…
  • Apr 17

    Best of Bingham: Wendy Becker and Jennifer Cave Elected to FCBA Board of Director

    Best of Bingham: Wendy Becker and Jennifer Cave Elected to FCBA Board of Director
    Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP and Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Women’s Forum would like to recognize and congratulate partners Wendy Bryant Becker and Jennifer J. Cave on their recent election to the Fayette County Bar Association Board of…
  • Apr 15

    Speak No Evil: NLRB Finds Workplace Rules Prohibiting ?Negativity? Unlawful

    Speak No Evil: NLRB Finds Workplace Rules Prohibiting ?Negativity? Unlawful
    In the recent case Hills and Dales General Hospital and Danielle Corlis, 360 HLRB No. 70 (April 1, 2014), the National Labor Relations Board held that an employer’s policy prohibiting “negative comments” and…
Rank this Week: 4636

Rain Minns Law Firm Blog

Rain Minns Law Firm Blog

Ruminations and commentary on recent developments in the law regarding white collar crime and complex commercial litigation.

http://www.rainminnslaw.com/blog/
  • Sep 10

    Media Alert for Internet Companies and Other Small Business Owners!

    Media Alert for Internet Companies and Other Small Business Owners!
    A client recently came to my firm needing immediate legal help to prevent a TV news station from airing an advertised “exposé” of his business (buying and re-selling items on the Internet via Amazon and eBay).  A…
  • Apr 18

    Ending an IRS Criminal Investigation

    Ending an IRS Criminal Investigation
    Normally, the IRS does not do us the courtesy of sending a letter to say that a witch hunt has been called off.  But this time the IRS did the right thing.  See below.  So, my client consented to this being posted with his…
  • Apr 18

    It Was a Dark and Stormy Night . . .

    It Was a Dark and Stormy Night . . .
    . . . but then the IRS saw the light. Normally, the IRS does not do us the courtesy of sending a letter to say that a witch hunt has been called off.  But this time the IRS did the right thing.  See below.  So, my client…
Rank this Week: 4630

The Tax Lawyer's Blog

The Tax Lawyer's Blog

By the Pappas Group.

http://www.pappastax.com/index.php/the-tax-lawyers-blog/
  • Mar 15

    Ex-IRS Agent Defrauded Clients then Hired Hit Man to Kill Them

    Ex-IRS Agent Defrauded Clients then Hired Hit Man to Kill Them
    “Ex-IRS agent sentenced to prison in murder-for-hire plot A former IRS agent who opened a tax preparation business was sentenced Friday to nearly 24 years in prison for defrauding clients out of more than $11...Read MoreThe post Ex-IRS…
  • Mar 11

    Eliminating IRS Penaltie

    Eliminating IRS Penaltie
    When you file or pay your taxes late or are audited and changes are made to your return the IRS will usually assess a penalty against you. The IRS penalty rates vary from  5 percent of...Read MoreThe post Eliminating IRS Penalties…
  • Mar 8

    Video: Tax Rules for Same-Sex Couple

    Video: Tax Rules for Same-Sex Couple
    Courtesy, Paul CaronThe post Video: Tax Rules for Same-Sex Couples appeared first on The Pappas Group.
Rank this Week: 4657

California Tax Lawyer Blog

California Tax Lawyer Blog

Covers California tax law. By Law Offices of Gary Barsegian.

http://www.californiataxlawyerblog.com/
  • Nov 22

    IRS Penalties: Can They Be Abated?

    IRS Penalties: Can They Be Abated?
    In 2012, the IRS assessed over 37 million penalties to taxpayers. What you may not know is that almost 5 million of those penalties were abated in some way.  If you owe the IRS, chances are the IRS has tacked on some sort of penalty with…
  • Nov 19

    Telephone Scams Threaten Taxpayer

    Telephone Scams Threaten Taxpayer
    Nationwide phone scams from individuals pretending to be IRS employees are on the rise. Some of my own clients have personally been victims to these scams.  Common threats my clients have been told are that they are being criminally…
  • Sep 30

    IRS Releases Contingency Plan In The Event of Government Shutdown

    IRS Releases Contingency Plan In The Event of Government Shutdown
    The U.S. Treasury and IRS released a contingency plan in the event the government shuts down, which seems very likely at this point.   So what does this mean for you as a taxpayer, and what you should expect should the shutdown…
Rank this Week: 4652

Law Blog Switzerland

Law Blog Switzerland

Swiss blawg covering a broad range of Swiss and international laws.

http://www.lawblogswitzerland.ch
  • Apr 14

    Illegale Einwanderung: Sanktionen gegen Airlines befürwortet

    Illegale Einwanderung: Sanktionen gegen Airlines befürwortet
    Airlines drohen künftig Bussen, wenn sie Passagiere ohne gültige Reisepapiere in die Schweiz fliegen. Der Ständerat hat am 19. März 2014 als Erstrat Gesetzesänderungen gutgeheissen, mit welchen der Bundesrat die…
  • Apr 12

    Beibehaltung der Lex Friedrich

    Beibehaltung der Lex Friedrich
    Das Bundesgesetz über den Erwerb von Grundstücken durch Personen im Ausland (Lex Friedrich) beinhaltet eine Beschränkung der Erwerbsmöglichkeiten von Schweizer Liegenschaften durch Ausländer. Seit 1997 können…
  • Apr 8

    Die verfassungsmässige Auslegung der Zustellfiktion von Art. 85 Abs. 4 lit. a StPO im Zusammenhang mit der Einsprache gegen einen Strafbefehl

    Die verfassungsmässige Auslegung der Zustellfiktion von Art. 85 Abs. 4 lit. a StPO im Zusammenhang mit der Einsprache gegen einen Strafbefehl
    Die schweizerische Strafprozessordnung sieht in Art. 85 Abs. 4 lit. a vor, dass eine eingeschriebene Postsendung, die nicht abgeholt wurde, am siebten Tag nach der erfolglosen Zustellung als zugestellt gilt. Das Bundesgericht hatte im Urteil…
Rank this Week: 4684

Tax Equity Telegraph

Tax Equity Telegraph

Addresses the intersection of tax policy and energy policy in the United States. By Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.

http://www.akingump.com/en/experience/practices/global-project-finance/tax-equity-telegraph/index.html
Rank this Week: 4826

Tax Machine Blog

Tax Machine Blog

Discusses tax topics. By Thomas S. Groth.

http://taxmachine.us
  • Apr 16

    Vincent Burroughs is back in the new

    Vincent Burroughs is back in the new
    IRS made him feel like “a cheap whore.” Read more → The post Vincent Burroughs is back in the news appeared first on Tax Machine Blog™.
  • Apr 14

    Tax Firm Takedown. How did WaPo get it so wrong?

    Tax Firm Takedown. How did WaPo get it so wrong?
    BY: THOMAS S. GROTH, ESQ (@tsgESQ) With her piece at the Washington Post this week, Michelle Singletary tries to tell us that “Tax-relief ‘rescues’ are really a ruse.” She doesn’t even feel the need to qualify…
  • Apr 2

    IRS Audit Technique Guides for Small Business Owner

    IRS Audit Technique Guides for Small Business Owner
    Do you run a small business? Are you being audited, or do you feel that your line of work presents a unique audit risk? Have you ever wondered how the IRS might approach an audit of your specific kind of business? Well, the IRS has actually…
Rank this Week: 4851

PVW Tax & Business Law Blog

PVW Tax & Business Law Blog

Covers issues that concern business entities, taxation, and employment law. By Parsonage Vandenack Williams LLC.

http://www.pvwtaxandbusinesslaw.wordpress.com/
  • Apr 14

    Nebraska Legislature Expands Homestead Exemption Eligibility

    Nebraska Legislature Expands Homestead Exemption Eligibility
    The Nebraska legislature recently passed a bill which will allow more Nebraska homeowners to use the homestead exemption for real property taxes. The Nebraska homestead exemption phases out as a taxpayer’s income increases. Under prior…
  • Apr 10

    What Do I Do If I Have a Tax Dispute With the IRS?

    What Do I Do If I Have a Tax Dispute With the IRS?
    That’s going to depend on what type of dispute you have. If the dispute is based on a previously-filed tax return, the first thing I would recommend is to go back to the person who prepared your return. A lot…Read more ›
  • Apr 9

    If I Move Out of the Country, Do I Still Pay U.S. Income Tax?

    If I Move Out of the Country, Do I Still Pay U.S. Income Tax?
    If you are a U.S. citizen living abroad, the U.S. income tax requirements are generally the same as if you lived in the United States. All gross income, whether made in the United States or abroad is subject to U.S.…Read more ›
Rank this Week: 4789

Tax Controversy and Litigation…

Tax Controversy and Litigation Blog

Provides information on how to fight the IRS, with commentary on current tax enforcement strategies that the IRS uses, IRS tax related current news and developments. By ClearVision.

http://www.clearvisionlaw.com/tax-controversy-and-litigation-blog/
  • Apr 6

    I did not file my taxes. Today I received a notice that the IRS has prepared my tax return on my behalf. What do I do?

    I did not file my taxes. Today I received a notice that the IRS has prepared my tax return on my behalf. What do I do?
    If you do not file your taxes then the IRS will file one on your behalf. The IRS derives the authority to prepare tax return for any person or business who fails to file a tax return from Internal Revenue Code §6020(b). Such a return is…
  • Mar 30

    Criminal Prosecution for Nonfiling of Tax Return

    Criminal Prosecution for Nonfiling of Tax Return
    So, you have decided to put your house in order and file your back taxes. My post last week dealt with the civil penalties. In this post, I will discuss criminal consequences for not filing a tax return. When you file your back taxes, the IRS…
  • Mar 23

    Civil Penalties for Not Filing an U.S. Income Tax Return

    Civil Penalties for Not Filing an U.S. Income Tax Return
    Some people have asked us that we have listed on ClearVision’s Our Promise to You page that we do not represent taxpayers who believe that they doe not need to file their tax returns for various reasons like The tax system is…
Rank this Week: 4808

Gartland Law Blog

Gartland Law Blog

Covers tax laws. By Bernard Gartland.

http://gartlandlaw.com/blog/
  • Apr 2

    Is a Real Estate Agent a Real Estate Professional in the eyes of the IRS?

    Is a Real Estate Agent a Real Estate Professional in the eyes of the IRS?
    If you have rental properties you may not get the full use of your tax losses unless you meet the tax code definition of a real estate professional. Its kind of common sense for a real estate agent to think … Continue reading →
  • Feb 25

    Can the IRS take away your Social Security check?

    Can the IRS take away your Social Security check?
    Is social security exempt from an IRS levy or garnishment?  The short answer is no, the IRS is allowed to take away your social security if you fall behind on your payments to the IRS. The rules are laid out … Continue reading…
  • Jan 29

    Fighting a 6672 penalty for employment taxes?

    Fighting a 6672 penalty for employment taxes?
    If you were the officer of a company that went belly up there is a good chance the IRS is going to come after you for the missed employment taxes.  Typically the IRS will hit you with something called the … Continue reading →
Rank this Week: 4815

Alaska Law Blawg

Alaska Law Blawg

Covers Alaska business law, litigation and recent decisions. By Clayton Walker.

http://aloinc.com/alaska-law-blawg/
  • Mar 24

    Don’t Be the Good Guy Tenant

    Don’t Be the Good Guy Tenant
    By: Jim GainesWhen it comes to Landlord Tenant relationships, don’t be the good guy. Now, I’m not saying to be the bad guy, though, either.   In general, us human beings (most of us, anyway) desire to be liked and…
  • Mar 5

    Transaction Question

    Transaction Question
    By: Clayton WalkerPlease consider and answer the following questions to help us efficiently evaluate and structure your transaction, and help you address issues prospectively. General information about the proposed transaction: 1. Is there a…
  • Mar 3

    Unsuccessful Public Contract Bid Proce

    Unsuccessful Public Contract Bid Proce
    By: Clayton WalkerUnsuccessful Public Contract Bid Process The Alaska Supreme Court issued an opinion addressing a litigants complaints about an unsuccessful public contract bid process.  The full opinion can be found here.  There…
Rank this Week: 4854

Life in the Tax Lane

Life in the Tax Lane

Focuses on current developments in individual and small business taxation, including tax law and tips. By Stephen S. Photopoulos.

http://lifeinthetaxlane.com
  • Jan 31

    Tax Season Opens Today!

    Tax Season Opens Today!
    The Internal Revenue Service will begin accepting electronically filed individual tax returns today (Jan. 31, 2014) to officially open the 2014 filing season.  The IRS encourages taxpayers to use e-file as one of the fastest way to…
  • Jan 30

    Numbers for use in 2013 Return

    Numbers for use in 2013 Return
    Every year, the IRS adjusts many of the common tax deductions for inflation.  Among these are the standard deduction for each filing status, the personal exemption allowance, and the maximum allowable Earned Income Credit for qualifying…
  • Jan 30

    The Sales Tax Deduction

    The Sales Tax Deduction
    The sales tax deduction is one of the little-known deductions available to individuals.  Because taxpayers must choose between claiming the sales tax deduction or the state income tax deduction, most tend to claim their state taxes.…
Rank this Week: 4858

The Resource Blog

The Resource Blog

Covers tax law. By Samuel D. Brotman.

http://www.sambrotman.com/blog/
  • Jan 17

    How to Get Free Taxpayer Assistance

    How to Get Free Taxpayer Assistance
    It is my firmly held belief that everyone should have access to good, top quality legal representation. However, even by charging the absolute minimum that I can for legal services, there are some taxpayers for whom even my services are too…
  • Jan 15

    Conclusions about CRA and Dodd-Frank

    Conclusions about CRA and Dodd-Frank
    The success or failure of the Dodd-Frank Act will be ultimately judged by history and the impact that it has with combatting some of the problems that have existed with credit rating agencies both before and after the financial crisis of…
  • Jan 15

    Consequences for Non-Compliance of Dodd-Frank

    Consequences for Non-Compliance of Dodd-Frank
    Consequences for Non-Compliance of the Law Along with the increased responsibility placed on the credit rating agencies, there are also harsher consequences if they are not compliant with the Dodd-Frank Act. Part of the legislation includes…
Rank this Week: 4818

Bankruptcy Law Blog

Bankruptcy Law Blog

Covers bankruptcy law, debt counseling, tax resolution, and IRS audit help. By John D. Faucher.

http://johndfaucher.com/blog/
  • Oct 28

    Should legal losers pay the winners’ attorney fees?

    Should legal losers pay the winners’ attorney fees?
    My clients were nurses at a local hospital, immigrants from a third-world country.  They worked hard and bought a house.  One day, a fellow told them that their house had been built by a contractor without a license.  The…
  • Sep 11

    Nothing left to lose and loving it

    Nothing left to lose and loving it
    I had a client come to me a few years ago to file bankruptcy.  He owned two office buildings with mortgages totaling more than the buildings’ values. They were going to be foreclosed, triggering personal guarantees, and the client…
  • Aug 26

    Why the FreeCreditReport.Com ads are a scam

    Why the FreeCreditReport.Com ads are a scam
    Why the FreeCreditReport.Com ads are a scam   When is FREE not FREE? In a world seemingly driven in all matters by credit reports, getting that report for nothing ought to be a good thing, But the commercial entities beat the federal…
Rank this Week: 4783

Dodging the Taxman

Dodging the Taxman

Covers tax law.

http://dodgingthetaxman.com/
  • Apr 17

    Can Immigration Reform Generate More Tax Revenue?

    Can Immigration Reform Generate More Tax Revenue?
    The answer is not certain. In Top 5 Reasons Why Immigration Reform Means More Tax Revenues (Center for American Progress, 4/15/14), Patrick Oakford makes the following points: 5 million more workers and their employers would pay payroll taxes…
  • Apr 16

    Donald Rumsfeld Has No Idea Whether His Tax Returns Are Accuracte

    Donald Rumsfeld Has No Idea Whether His Tax Returns Are Accuracte
    The tax code is too complex and should be simplified.
  • Apr 16

    Can The Tax Code Improve Private Prisons?

    Can The Tax Code Improve Private Prisons?
    Maybe, and the question is certainly worth considering. Sasha Volokh's blog post, Improving private prisons through the tax code links two two articles on the issue.
Rank this Week: 4890

Texas Tax Talk

Texas Tax Talk

By Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C.

http://www.texastaxtalk.com/
  • Apr 16

    New Guidance From IRS On At-Risk Rules For LLC Member Guarantee

    New Guidance From IRS On At-Risk Rules For LLC Member Guarantee
    The IRS recently released a chief counsel memorandum AM2014-003 on LLC Member Guarantees of LLC Debt and “Qualified Nonrecourse Financing.”  These memorandums are very helpful because they provide the IRS’…
  • Mar 26

    IRS Makes Bitcoins a Tax Headache

    IRS Makes Bitcoins a Tax Headache
    The IRS just published Notice 2014-21 which explains the IRS’ vision on how general tax principals apply to “virtual currency” transactions like Bitcoin. If you’re not familiar with Bitcoin, it’s a currency that…
  • Feb 25

    First Lady of Tax Fraud

    First Lady of Tax Fraud
    The IRS just issued its Criminal Investigation Annual Report.  Budget constraints caused the staffing of Special Agents to drop to the lowest numbers in recent history, but 2013 included a 12.5 percent increase in investigations…
Rank this Week: 4911

Barbeau, Evans & Goldstein Law…

Barbeau, Evans & Goldstein Law Blog

Covers business law, tax, and international law.

http://beg-law.com/lawblog/
  • Mar 26

    The Trademark Clearinghouse is Working

    The Trademark Clearinghouse is Working
    For information on the Trademark Clearinghouse, please review our prior post on this matter here. The Trademark Clearinghouse has been operating for the past year and has released data which shows that over 500,000 Claims Notices  have…
  • Mar 17

    Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA)

    Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA)
    On March 11, 2014, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement (“CKFTA”), concluding ongoing and substantive negotiations for a bilateral free trade agreement between these two countries. The…
  • Feb 19

    British Columbia Budget 2014

    British Columbia Budget 2014
    The British Columbia budget for fiscal 2014 .The post British Columbia Budget 2014 appeared first on Barbeau, Evans & Goldstein - Law Blog.
Rank this Week: 4975

Narelle MacKenzie CPA Blog

Narelle MacKenzie CPA Blog

Covers international taxation.

http://www.narellemackenziecpa.com/blog/
  • Feb 15

    Introduction to U.S International Tax Seminar

    Introduction to U.S International Tax Seminar
    Learn the fundamentals of U.S. international taxation! This basic seminar will provide a basic understanding of U.S. international tax codes and tax reporting requirements for U.S. corporations with operations abroad. This course is for…
  • Oct 7

    “Oh the Places You Can Go as a CPA!”

    “Oh the Places You Can Go as a CPA!”
    Ms. MacKenzie was recently invited to give a presentation to the Beta Alpha Psi – Beta Eta Chapter (Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy at San Diego State University). Her presentation, “Oh the Places You Can Go as a…
  • Sep 17

    DJH International Tax – Live, Compact Training Course

    DJH International Tax – Live, Compact Training Course
    DJH international tax has created a series of courses based on the relevant syllabus for various papers making up the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation. We began in 2011 with transfer pricing, the ADIT syllabus for which was…
Rank this Week: 4961

Thomas E. Crice Blog

Thomas E. Crice Blog

Covers a variety of individual and business tax issues, in both the domestic and international contexts.

http://www.tomcricelaw.com/tax-blog
  • Nov 8

    IRC §1031 Like-Kind Exchanges: Where’d My Tax Deferral Go?

    IRC §1031 Like-Kind Exchanges: Where’d My Tax Deferral Go?
    If you’re not careful, rolling over investment property can leave you with an unexpected tax bill. A lot of lucky folks are holding real estate and other types of investment property with fair market values greater than their adjusted…
  • Oct 26

    Don’t Get Snared In This Post-Dissolution LLC Tax Trap

    Don’t Get Snared In This Post-Dissolution LLC Tax Trap
    Knowing what to do when a business venture ends can save you a world of tax hurt, and get you back on your feet faster. By either their own experience or that of their colleagues, entrepreneurs live with this hard fact:...
  • Oct 16

    Selling Your Home – Two Tax Traps for the Unwary

    Selling Your Home – Two Tax Traps for the Unwary
    For Some That Big, Tax-free Gain May Not Be There After All When I was a boy my dad bought the family home with his Korean War veteran’s benefit and the savings he’d accumulated working lots of long hours.  I…
Rank this Week: 4952

Christy's Tax Attorney Blog

Christy's Tax Attorney Blog

Covers tax, IRS, estate planning, and litigation. By Christy Lee.

http://www.christyleelaw.com/Blogs/Christy.aspx
  • Nov 3

    A Belated Horrifying Halloween Tale, or . . . The Basic Steps Involved in a Tax Audit

    A Belated Horrifying Halloween Tale, or . . . The Basic Steps Involved in a Tax Audit
    Bored with the everyday work routine of your life?  Feeling humdrum and in need of a little excitement because there’s no challenge to maintaining your financial status quo?  Want to experience earth-shattering monetary…
  • Sep 3

    Uncle Sam Values Himself: The Increase in Fees Related to Resolving Tax Debt

    Uncle Sam Values Himself: The Increase in Fees Related to Resolving Tax Debt
    If you plan to make an offer in compromise or get on an installment agreement with the IRS, better do it by December 31, 2013.  On January 1 of next year, Uncle Sam proposes to increase fees for those 2 services.  This marks the…
  • Jul 23

    When Uncle Sam Steps into Muddy, Taxing Politics: The Bonus of Close Kinship

    When Uncle Sam Steps into Muddy, Taxing Politics: The Bonus of Close Kinship
    The saddest part of the IRS Scandal of 2013 involves the revelation that certain IRS employees receive performance bonuses.  Nice ones, averaging roughly $5,500 each.  Between 2009 and 2012, Uncle Sam paid out $92 million in cash…
Rank this Week: 4936

Toby's Tax Lawyer Blog

Toby's Tax Lawyer Blog

A humorous blog about tax law and IRS tips.

http://www.christyleelaw.com/Blogs/Toby.aspx
  • Oct 3

    Extending the Procrastination Game with Uncle Sam

    Extending the Procrastination Game with Uncle Sam
    What happens when I play the Procrastination Game with Uncle Sam?  The Procrastination Game goes like this:  Uncle Sam tosses me a date when a tax filing is due.  It doesn’t matter if Uncle Sam’s aim seems a bit…
  • Sep 24

    Dog Gone – and the Tax Issues Coming from the Travel

    Dog Gone – and the Tax Issues Coming from the Travel
    I hear yelps from the Water Cooler Area that the Boss plans to have me accompany her to a dog show in New York for fun. That means I might be out of the office for a few weeks, as I’ll need to put on the dog a bit before the big…
  • Aug 13

    Uncle Sam’s Hounds Are on Your Small Business’s Trail

    Uncle Sam’s Hounds Are on Your Small Business’s Trail
    Uncle Sam’s sniffing around in your affairs is not limited to your private emails and cell phone conversations. Your small business’s paper and electronic trails may be leaving behind the heady scent of money strong enough for…
Rank this Week: 4949