Category: James Mauro

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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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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IRS Tax Lien Enforcement

By James Mauro The Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit affirmed a district court ruling that the IRS could enforce its tax lien and sell the primary residence owned by a non-liable taxpayer and her tax-delinquent spouse. The...

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