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Taxpayer Attending Rodeo Misses Receiving Collection Letter And Denied Chance to Challenge Liability in CDP Case

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Hammock v Commissioner is a relatively straightforward Tax Court CDP bench opinion involving the assessment of responsible person penalties under Section 6672. The case makes its way to Tax Court because the taxpayer attempted to challenge the sizable underlying liability. Appeals, and then Tax Court, refused to allow the challenge because she neglected

Abusive CRATs and Maltese IRAs among ‘Dirty Dozen’ tax scams

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The IRS on Wednesday began its annual “Dirty Dozen” series, warning of abusive tax transactions and scams, with four schemes the Service advised taxpayers to shun. The four arrangements the IRS described as potentially abusive “are very much on our enforcement radar screen,” a news release quoted IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig as saying.


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May 2022 Digest

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Posts related to Boechler and its impact on pending and future cases continued to dominate PT’s coverage in May. The month’s coverage also included interesting and significant information from the ABA Tax Section Annual Meeting. The Ongoing Impact of Boechler: Pending Cases and Other Updates Boechler Challenge to Tax Court Position on IRC

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