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Further Initial Thoughts on CIC Services

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In this brief post and following on Professor Bryan Camp’s discussion, I offer some initial observations on the Supreme Court’s CIC Services opinion.  As Keith noted in his introduction to Bryan’s post, I am not disinterested in this issue-with the Harvard Clinic and on behalf of the Center for Taxpayer Rights I helped

Influence of Initial Exclusion from EIP of U.S. Citizens Fil…

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesArea 6428(g)(1) develops the demand that joint returns should consist of the SSNs of both partners, yet it is unclear whether this demand uses to joint returns where just one partner has a SSN. Instead, the existence of an implied waiver of subsection( g)(1)’s demand to offer a partner’s SSN on the joint return

Impact of Initial Exclusion from EIP of U.S. Citizens Filing Jointly with Non-Citizen Spouses

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We welcome two students from the Georgia State University College of Law Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic as guest bloggers, Lauren Zenk and Lauren Heron, for a discussion of the latest developments in stimulus payment legislation as it relates to U.S. citizens who file jointly with non-citizens spouses. The Georgia State Clinic
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