Monthly Archive:: July 2021

IRS Wins Lien Priority Fight with Bank

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In Citizens Bank, N.A. v. Nash, No. 2:20-cv-00351 (E.D. Pa. 2021) a lien priority fight occurred between the IRS and the bank holding the taxpayer’s mortgage.  In many ways the bank’s problem reminded me of problems that routinely plague the IRS in lien priority fights.  The bank erroneously recorded a release and that

Corporate Audits, Free Filing, and Federal Aid

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Corporations have been claiming more “uncertain” tax breaks in recent years.  With IRS  audits down, corporations are being increasingly aggressive in their tax positions, according to  a Washington Post analysis of corporate filings. The IRS used to audit nearly every  large corporation tax return, but it now audits only about half.  As a

Successful Business – Top Reasons

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares1) Direction. Every startup needs a leader with a vision. During the difficult times, the CEO needs a clear idea of the end mission and how the company needs to get there. A good business leader keeps the long-term in mind, while dealing with the immediate needs of a new company. 2) Speed to

Top Australian Family Lawyers

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe best family lawyers in Australia are those with accreditation in their field. If you are looking for a top family lawyer then Accredited Family Law Specialists with state accreditation are the ones to employ. There are lawyers all over Australia, but you will find that the best are the ones that offer counseling,


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