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Los Angeles Tax Attorney:

Here is a quick summary of a recent US TAX COURT case against the Internal Revenue Service to challenge the taxpayer’s right to deduct tax losses from a “S” Corporation. The tax case involves an attorney who claimed a loss from his incorporated law practice on his individual IRS Form 1040 tax return. IRS charged taxpayer with penalties and interests based on improper tax deduction.

R.WEISBERG et al v. COMMISSIONER OF Internal Revenue Service

Los Angeles Tax Attorney:

Here is a quick summary of a recent US TAX COURT case against the Internal Revenue Service . The ruling on this case may apply to other documents filed with the tax court or the IRS including late filed FBAR Voluntary Disclosure Program.

Tax Court Petitioners MADDOX v.

Torrance Tax Attorney:

Here is a quick summary of a recent US TAX COURT case against the Internal Revenue Service to challenge the taxability of lawsuit settlement funds. The case involves money settlement received by a taxpayer from a class action against the US Air Force.

KEVIN HENNESSEY v.

Los Angeles Tax Attorney:

Internal Revenue Service IRS criminal tax evasion charges against Helio Castroneves came to a conclusion today. Federal Jury acquitted former Los Angeles Dancing with the Stars and Indy Race Car Driver on six counts of IRS Tax Evasion. Criminal tax evasion cases are processed throug the Federal District and not through the US TAX COURT system.

IRS criminal tax evasion charges against Helio Castronoves which alleged that IRS tax evasion mechanism involving Panamanian bearer share corporation called Seven Promotions to avoid and evade IRS taxes. Asset protection attorneys view these corporations as a planning device to evade taxes and protect certain class of assets from creditors.

California Tax Attorney: With the declining tax revenues and no budget in place, California Franchise Tax Board announced today that the state will suspend tax refunds, welfare checks, student grants and other payments owed to Californians starting Feb. 1,

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Internal Revenue Service IRS TAX and United States Tax Court US TAX COURT released information regarding tax fraud related scams using the name of the IRS and US Tax Court.

“Taxpayers should take steps to keep their personal information out of the hands of identity thieves,” said IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman. “That includes not falling for any of the phony e-mails or faxes now in circulation pretending to come from the IRS.”