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Was The Senate’s Heated Crypto Tax Reporting Debate Much Ado About Nothing?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares When Congress debates major legislation, the public often focuses on a single narrow issue—one frequently irrelevant to the main point of the bill. It happened when the Senate debated the $1 trillion infrastructure measure last month: Many paid outsized attention to tax reporting for cryptocurrency, a proposal that would have funded less than

A Second Bite at the Innocent Spouse Apple

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares We regularly have clients who come into the Tax Clinic at the Legal Services Center of Harvard Law School who received a determination in the past that they did not qualify for innocent spouse relief.  These individuals may have what looks to us like a good case, but we struggle to get them

Complications from Extensions and Unprocessible Returns

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Bob Probasco returns today with an important alert on overpayment interest. Christine A few months ago, Bob Kamman flagged a number of surprising phenomena he’d observed recently, one of which related to refunds for 2020 tax returns.  Normally, when the IRS issues a refund within 45 days of when you filed your return,

Wyden Tax Proposals & Reconciliation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Congressional lawmakers are putting together a reconciliation bill to enact much of President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda. Many lawmakers, however, want to make their own mark on the legislation. Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) has released his own proposals on a variety of tax issues that differ in some important
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