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Don't Make These Tax Mistakes

Posted at Wall Street Journal Tax Report ET Stephen Webster How should you feel about this year’s taxes? It’s complicated. The Internal Revenue Service opened its filing season Friday, and by midnight on April 15 the agency exp… Read More
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FTB Penalties and Reasonable Cause Relief

Like the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) imposes penalties on personal and corporate income taxpayers when they fail to comply with their tax obligations. But when this happens, it does not mean that the taxpayer is with… Read More
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Innocent Spouse Tax Debt Relief

How Tax Attorney Can Help You: Innocent Spouse Tax Debt Relief. Internal Revenue Service Section 6013(a) authorizes a joint tax return for husband and wife. In general, spouses are jointly and severally liable for any tax interest, or penalty for a y… Read More
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Q&A: U.S. Immigration-Tax-Tax Fraud

My answers to questions posted on www.avvo.com on the subjects of U.S. Immigration-Tax-Tax Fraud.   Read More
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Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics Program Report

If you know a taxpayer who may benefit from the FREE legal assistance, please share this information with him or her. Low-Income Taxpayer Clinics Program Report   Read More
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Instructions for New Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures for Non-Resident, Non-Filer U.S. Taxpayers

Instructions for New Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures for Non-Resident, Non-Filer U.S. Taxpayers, as posted on the IRS site: On June 26, 2012, the IRS announced new streamlined filing compliance procedures for non-resident U.S. taxpayers to g… Read More
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Письма из налоговой инспекции (IRS audit letters). Знайте Свои Права!

Вам наверное известно насколько скрупулезно американская налоговая инспекция относится к выявлению налогоплательщиков избегающих уп… Read More
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Beware! A New Ruling on IRA Rollovers

WSJ Tax Report posted on May 9, 2014 A veteran tax lawyer argued his own case in U.S. Tax Court about an individual-retirement-account maneuver that long had been blessed by the Internal Revenue Service. He lost, and now all IRA owners face dangers t… Read More
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IRS Eases Up on Accidental Tax Cheats.

Recent WSJ article  by Liam Pleven and  Laura Saunders: The Internal Revenue Service is sharply increasing the penalties on U.S. taxpayers who hide assets abroad, while lowering or eliminating fines on taxpayers if their failure to disclose offsho… Read More
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U.S.A. v. Zwerner

June 6, 2014 Tax Report at WSJ Offshore account holders take note: In what experts call a big win for the Internal Revenue Service, a Miami jury has found that a millionaire could owe penalties of $2.2 million on a secret Swiss bank account that held… Read More
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