Category: IRS

IRS Independent Office of Appeals

When dealing with the Internal Revenue Service during the initial stages of a tax case, whether it involves an audit, collection issue, request for penalty relief, or a proposed plan of resolution such as an Offer In Compromise,...

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The IRS announced late Wednesday, March 17, 2021 that it is moving the federal income tax filing deadline for individuals to May 17, rather than April 15.  In its statement, the IRS said that the extended deadline applies to...

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May I Have a Deduction, Please?

Recently released final regulations under section 162(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), make it a necessity to properly draft settlement agreements and court orders between a taxpayer and the...

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‘Tis the Season of Charitable Giving

As the year winds down, the fundraising efforts of many charitable organizations ramp up. This is for good reason as, on average, charitable organizations raise around 40% of their annual revenues during the holiday season. As...

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