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Two Recent Circuit Level Decisions Appear to Dispute View That the Refund Claim Filing Requirement is Jurisdictional (Part 2)

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This is part two of a two-part post on jurisdiction issues arising from the filing of a claim for refund and the subsequent litigation.  The prior post focused on the case of Morton v. United States and this post will focus on Brown v. United States.  Carl Smith contributed to the commentary in

Tax pros share IRS service challenge stories, solutions

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Representatives of organizations of tax professionals and firms related their experiences in dealing with the IRS in an online forum Tuesday. Thousands of tax professionals and others logged in, filling long columns of chat and question sidebars with their own experiences and thoughts. The hourlong session, titled “Is Help on the Way From

Nancy Doing Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Nancy trying to make sense of the IRS forms for our Canadian Savings Accounts. Posted by gilgrimes on 2011-03-07 20:56:17 Tagged: , taxes TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

Discharging Student Loan Debt

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Department of Education (DOE) recently lost a motion for reconsideration of a bankruptcy court decision involving the discharge of student loan debt.  The case is almost a purely bankruptcy matter having no real tax aspect to it, but because the bankruptcy court talks about what will happen to the debt upon its

Facial Recognition Is No Longer Coming

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The IRS announced this afternoon that it will move way from facial recognition to authenticate people creating online IRS accounts, and that it will develop an additional authentication process that does not rely on facial recognition. The IRS announcement was followed by a news release from the Office of Senator Wyden, reproduced below.
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