Blog Posts in 2012

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  • Family Fights to Waive Tax Bill for Dead Serviceman
    Family Fights to Waive Tax Bill for Dead Serviceman

    The family of the late Lance Corporal Andrew Carpenter is fighting for waiver of a tax bill the IRS imposed on them. 27-year old Lance Corporal Carpenter died of a sniper attack in Germany while on ...

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  • New IRS Regulation may cause Loss to Border Banks
    New IRS Regulation may cause Loss to Border Banks

    A new IRS regulation could result in massive losses to banks along the US-Mexico border. The regulation requires US banks to report details of interest paid to foreign nationals holding personal ...

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  • Proposed Tax Law on Travel Stirs Controversy
    Proposed Tax Law on Travel Stirs Controversy

    There is a new law being proposed that could see your travel liberties curbed if you owe the IRS taxes. This law is to be added to the Highway Code under a new section 7345, entitled “Revocation or ...

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  • 10 Tax Facts You Should Know (part 2)
    10 Tax Facts You Should Know (part 2)

    Yesterday, I shared 3 tax facts you may not be aware of. The first was that the April 17 tax submission deadline is not set in stone (it can be deferred). The second was that you might be leaving ...

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  • 10 Tax Facts You Should Know (part 1)
    10 Tax Facts You Should Know (part 1)

    In my work as a tax attorney, I have helped many people with tax problems. These range from not being able to afford their taxes to identities stolen and everything in between. More often than not, ...

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  • Tax Compliance Measures by IRS
    Tax Compliance Measures by IRS

    The IRS has been taking laudable steps to ensure tax compliance by both big time businesses and individual taxpayers. In a session with the National Press Club, outgoing IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman ...

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