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Uncertain Tax Position

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...

The IRS issued three rulings in 2010 to address how the income of registered domestic partners in California should be reported and taxed for both state and federal income tax purposes. In Chief Counsel Advice 201021050, the IRS determined that for tax years beginning after December 31, 2006, registered domestic partners in...

As set forth in the current drafts, an uncertain tax position includes a federal income tax position for which the taxpayer has recorded a reserve in an audited financial statement. It also includes a position where no reserve is reported either due to an asserted...

Question: Tax payer produced Form 1099-S from the sale of property she owned jointly with her brother. The Form 1099-S had the full amount reported to her and the brother did not receive a Form 1099-S. What should be done? Answer: The IRS explains in the...

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