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Tax Judgments and Quiet Titles

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares I have written before about the effect of the IRS obtaining a judgment with respect to a tax assessment.  In Boykin v. United States, No. 5:21-cv-00103 (W.D.N.C. 2022), the fact that the IRS had a judgment carries the day in a contest with a taxpayer involving a quiet title action.  The case provides

Tax Court Going Remote for the Remainder of January

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In an announcement that did not surprise me, or maybe only surprised me in that I thought I might see it last week, the Tax Court has announced that it will go remote for the remainder of January.  This decision makes total sense given what is happening with the pandemic now and may

Local Taxes and the Federal Tax Lien

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Cases involving lien priority fights between the IRS and local taxing authorities became quite rare after the Tax Lien Act of 1966.  That act has stood the test of time and brought federal lien law into the “modern” age.  With almost no changes to the statute since its enactment, it still operates with

Transcript of Boechler Oral Argument

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares For those unable to listen to the Boechler hearing or unwilling to devote that much time to it, here is a link to the transcript of the argument.  I tried to listen to the argument, but it was a windy day on the farm causing me to catch bits and pieces but not

National taxpayer advocate details 2021 as ‘most challenging year’ ever

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M. Collins released her Annual Report to Congress on Wednesday, calling 2021 “the most challenging year taxpayers and tax professionals have ever experienced.” Lengthy delays by the IRS in processing tax returns and taxpayer correspondence, overwhelmed telephone assistance, shortcomings in the Service’s relatively new online taxpayer tools, and difficulties

Updated FAQs address 2021 child tax credit and advance payments

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The IRS has extensively updated for 2021 individual tax returns its website’s frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the child tax credit and its advance payments. The updates also were released as a 21-page fact sheet (FS-2022-03). One of 14 topic headings is “Reconciling Your Advance Child Tax Credit Payments on Your 2021 Tax

Tax March

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares D.C., April 15, 2017 Posted by vpickering on 2017-04-15 22:07:01 Tagged: , Tax March , 2017 TweetShareSharePin0 Shares
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