Tax Whistle Blower Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Tax Whistle Blower

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...

Most paid tax return preparers provide honest and professional service, but there are some who engage in fraud and other illegal activities.   Regardless of professional designation unscrupulous promoters, even those with CPA's and Law degrees, deceive people into paying for advice on how to...

I am opposed to all tax strategy patents.  They are bad public policy and harmful to taxpayers and their advisers.  No one should have a monopoly on part of the tax code and no taxpayer should be subject to paying royalties or lawsuits for using...

New York Times, Whistle-Blowers Become Investment Option for Hedge Funds, by David Kocieniewski: Hedge funds have found a new market to invest in: whistle-blowers. Informants who turn in tax cheats have to wait years to get their share of any reward from the IRS’s recently...

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