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Unsigned and Electronically Signed Refund Claims

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Last year I blogged on the case of Gregory v. United States, 149 Fed. Cl. 719 (2020), in which the Court of Federal Claims denied a refund claim because the taxpayers did not sign the amended return.  It turns out the Gregory case is part of a larger group of cases involving the

“Anticipating” Your IRS Refund Can Cost You Plenty

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares“Anticipating” Your IRS Refund Can Cost You Plenty While accountants are reaching for aspirin, millions of Americans are reaching for some fast cash this tax season. Unfortunately, those who reach for fast cash in the form of a “refund anticipation loan” are getting hit with interest rates and fees that are out of this

Biden Child Tax Credit Changes and More Head Sniffin’

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares President Biden’s newly released budget and the Treasury Department’s “Green Book” of revenue proposals outlines a vision of more spending administered through the tax code. The proposals have revived the debate over the proper role of spending in the tax code, and relies on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to further expand beyond

Late Submitted Erroneous Reimbursement Match

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In United States v. Page, No. 3:20-cv-08072 (D. Ariz. April 16, 2021) the court holds that a big wrong reimbursement the Internal Revenue Service sent out to the taxpayer can not be recouped due to the fact that the Division of Justice submitted the wrong reimbursement fit far too late. The concern of
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