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Treasury Regulation 1.274-5 allows for a deduction without complete documentation if you can show that you have 'substantially complied' with adequate adequate record keeping requirements. This statute is code for ...

Many taxpayers have both a dwelling unit and a principal place of residence.  Understanding the difference between the two is important for a wide variety of reasons.  The file that landed on my desk today involves such a matter.  The taxpayer has a dwelling unit...

When you call the IRS I suggest doing it as early in the work day as possible to minimize wait time.  Have a pen and pad of paper in hand and ideally be sitting in front of a computer.  Write your questions down in advance...

The IRS as many of you are painfully aware is often looked upon as accusing first without due process requiring the tax payer to shoulder the burden of proof in regards to his or her innocence relevant to the Internal Revenue Code.  In other words...

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...

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)...

In January 2011 IRS agents began to audit Quickbooks data files and will require a copy of your QuickBooks data, if used, to help them with the audit. YIKES! These are some of my suggestions to prepare for a tax audit involving Quickbooks. Make an annual backup that matches...

The IRS has developed a rule of thumb for analyzing business losses called the Hobby Loss Rule of Thumb that basically says if a business reports a net profit in 3 out of the last 5 years it is presumed to be a for-profit business. Similarly...

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