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IRS Claims Against Aretha Franklin Have Finally Been Settled

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Singing superstar, Aretha Franklin — the Queen of Soul — passed away in 2018, leaving fans shocked and saddened.  When it was confirmed that the 76-year-old “Respect” singer didn’t have a will, the music community was even more surprised.  Over the course of the past four years, “bitter squabbling” occurred as Franklin’s four

IRS Makes It Easier For Families to Safeguard Assets

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The federal government has altered the Internal Revenue Service’s portability regulations, giving widows and widowers more time to file after their spouse dies.  For those unfamiliar with portability — and with the overall intricacies of estate law — the term is defined as “the ability to transfer the deceased spouse’s unused exemption amount (DSUEA)

Technology Numbers

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Presented in the Gartner Mastermind Keynote Interview Posted by marcCEcases (Tecnología) on 2013-11-13 08:57:45 Tagged: , technology TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

AICPA recommends additional IRS backlog measures

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares While the IRS’s efforts to contend with the COVID-19 pandemic’s effects on taxpayers and tax administration are appreciated, the Service should do more now to ensure taxpayers, practitioners, and the agency itself aren’t bedeviled in 2023 by now-chronic delays in processing tax returns and answering taxpayer correspondence, the AICPA said in a letter

Our Approach towards Chicago Tax Service Firms

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We know about some exceptions and exclusions, but they are awarded to a particular group of people only. Those who are suffering from any terminal illness or is not capable of earning anything because of physical or mental disability are two most common example of citizens who usually enjoy freedom and tax immunity.

Creativity Is Not Always Rewarded

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In June, the Tax Court issued a division opinion in Chavis v. Commissioner, 158 T.C. No. 8, a Collection Due Process case.  The taxpayer, proceeding pro se, raised three arguments.  I’m going to put them in a different order than the Court did, saving the best for last.  First, she sought to challenge

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