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Tax Court Announces Return to In-Person Trials

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares On August 27, 2021, the Tax Court issued a press released stating that it anticipates returning to in-person proceedings starting with the winter trial sessions for 2022.  In the announcement, the Tax Court also states that it will continue to hold trials remotely where appropriate. All of the Tax Court calendars scheduled for

Don’t Add More Temporary Tax Policies in Budget Reconciliation

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares As policymakers consider using the budget reconciliation process to make tax changes and enact new spending programs, they may be inclined to add to an already growing list of temporary tax provisions. New temporary tax policy should be avoided in reconciliation. Temporary policy creates uncertainty for taxpayers and scheduling more expirations will add

Deficits and Disapprovals | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The budget deficit may reach nearly $3.12 trillion this year. The Biden Administration’s mid-session budget review projects the deficit for the fiscal year ending September 30 will hit $3.114 trillion, down about $550 billion from its May estimate and a bit lower than last year’s deficit of $3.129 trillion. This year’s deficit will

Setting Aside a Settlement

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Several years ago, a settlement reached by the Villanova clinic with an Appeals Officer was set aside when the AO’s manager would not accept the settlement recommendation.  Every settlement with an AO or a Chief Counsel docket attorney must receive approval from their manager.  Usually, the AO or the Chief Counsel attorney makes

AICPA recommends QBI improvements

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The AICPA recommended in a letter Tuesday to Senate tax-writing leaders eight ways to improve the deduction for qualified business income (QBI) under Sec. 199A. Five of the recommendations address proposed amendments to Sec. 199A that are contained in S. 2387, the Small Business Tax Fairness Act, sponsored by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore.,

A Hidden Tax on Domestic Activities & Foreign Profits

TweetShareSharePin11 Shares The U.S. corporate tax code is a complicated behemoth, loaded with numerous arcane provisions—some of these providing special tax breaks, others imposing special tax penalties. Among the latter group, indirect expense allocation rules penalize domestic activities and impose a hidden surtax on foreign profits. While arcane, expense allocation rules are relevant to current
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