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Resolution of an IRS Dispute

Most disputes with the IRS are resolved through the administrative appeals process.  The IRS Appeals Office is a separate and independent division of the IRS, and is the only level of appeal provided to taxpayers within the IRS...

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Congress Tweaks Partnership Audit Rules

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 (“Act”), was signed into law on March 23rd.  The Act contains a number of changes to the partnership audit rules that went into effect for partnerships (including LLCs taxed as...

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IRS Tax Penalties

By: Leighton Koehler In a famous saying by Benjamin Franklin, “… but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”  In the past 100 years, it would be very safe to add to the end of that quote,...

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Classifying Taxpayer Business Hours

By:  Jim Mauro The Internal Revenue Service has increased its audit activity in the area of deductible losses from real estate investments. A taxpayer who is classified as a “real estate professional” (or “REP”) is...

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New Cash Balance Retirement Plan Guidance

By: Roberta Granadier   On April 7, 2017, the IRS issued a memorandum relating to cash balance retirement plans.  A cash balance plan is a defined benefit pension plan which looks like a defined contribution plan...

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