News - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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According to a report filed by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration there has been a 19 % increase of enforcement personnel serving in the Collection and Examination function of the IRS since Fiscal Year 2006. Whereas on average overall IRS staffing increased 4 percent during...

In reviewing James F. Moss, et ux. v. Commissioner 135 TC No. 18 to be a real estate professional, a taxpayer must meet two requirements: (1) More than one-half of the taxpayer’s personal services must be performed in real property trades or businesses in which he materially participates; and (2) The taxpayer must perform...

The IRS developed 14 criteria to evaluate applications for church foundation status. If a church does not meet these criteria, it will not receive tax exempt status. The criteria are weighted with the four most important of these being: • A complete organization of ordained ministers ministering to their congregations. • The...

Back from vacation! Nashville, TN! Awesome town! In reviewing Paul T. Banach v. Commissioner - TC Memo 2010-33 - I learned that payments may be claimed as alimony under §215 if all four requirements of §71(b)(12) are met. Payment in cash will be considered alimony only if the: (1) payment...

Here are my notes on reviewing Wendy W. Bozick v. Commissioner TC Memo 2010-61 regarding innocent spouse relief. The issues of disagreement are whether Wendy: • Knew her husband would not pay the tax liability. • Will suffer economic hardship if she is not relieved of the joint tax liability. • Benefited from the...

Basically the simple answer is file your tax forms with both the US Federal government and applicable state governments.  Start by filing the previous 3 years of income tax returns ASAP. It is possible the IRS may have already filed returns for you. Under Section 6020(b)...

To be taxed as an S corporation, a C corporation must elect S status by filing IRS Form 2553. Electing S status is fairly simple for a new or existing corporation, but meeting the requirements for S status can be more complex when the C corporation is not owned...

Protective refund claims are filed to preserve a taxpayer’s right to claim a refund when the taxpayer’s right to the refund is contingent on future events like future litigation, and may not be determinable until after the statute of limitations expires. Without a protective refund claim, taxpayers will only have a three-year statute of...

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