Tax Fraud Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Tax Fraud

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH) summarized by my friend Shirley Callahan EA. Some highlights include: Everyone will appreciate the permanency of the enhanced Educator Expenses, the Sales Tax deduction, and the R&D Credit. Section 179 is made permanent at $500,000 phasing out at...

What is an "alter ego" allegation? Aside of course being one of several nuanced yet distinct stages of intoxication, when it comes to the IRS it seems from my perspective that there are several elements of the alter ego doctrine that arose out of the California...

According to the newly released 2012 IRS Data Book, the IRS collected almost $2.5 trillion in federal revenue and processed 237 million returns, of which almost 145 million were filed electronically. Out of the 146 million individual income tax returns filed, almost 81 percent were e-filed....

In Loving v. IRS the IRS’ authority to regulate commercial tax return preparers has been successfully challenged. United States District Court for the District of Columbia Judge James E. Boasberg granted Loving’s motion for summary judgment describing the IRS Rules as "Ultra Vires." "Ultra Vires" as I understand is...

The following are the notes from the most recent IRS Stakeholder Liaison Meeting held in Denver Colorado as prepared by IRS Senior Stakeholder Liaison Deborah Rodgers Michael Shuler,  Local Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate’s (NTA) objectives report was released in June, revealed some issues...

Lately I've been getting deluged with cases involving blatant US Treasury Circular 230 violators of regulations governing practice before the Internal Revenue Service. The perpetrators it seems come from all walks of life, some are unregulated tax return preparers while others carry multiple licenses, designations...

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 ...

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