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Audit Defense Post – IRS Loses 2 Cases To Oral Testimony

Today’s issue of accountingTODAY included a story about a 22 year old taxpayer with 1 year of college education. After a protracted battle with the IRS, he took his battle to U.S. Tax Court — and won. All without documents. He won because the judge found his oral testimony to be credible. That’s good news [...]

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IRS Audit Defense – IRS Gets Info From Spy Agencies

Reuters recently carried a scary story – the IRS exchanges information with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency. If the stories about IRS targeting certain tea party groups didn’t scare you, this post will. While its normal for law enforcement agencies to share some information [...]

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Musings On IRS Scandal

by Brian Mahany The recent scandal involving the IRS and politically targeted audits has been well covered by mainstream media. I wasn’t even going to write about but for 3 emails from past and present clients. The details of the present scandal are fairly easy to summarize: 1) The IRS targeted conservative and “Tea Party” [...]

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IRS Extends Willful Blindness To Civil Tax Disputes

by Brian Mahany Willful Blindness has long been a tool of federal prosecutors in a wide variety of criminal tax and drug cases. The doctrine holds that one can’t avoid criminal responsibility by simply ignoring the obvious. For example, drug couriers have unsuccessfully attempted argue that they couldn’t be found guilty of transporting drugs since [...]

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IRS Wins Tax Shelter Case – Will Claims Of Accounting Malpractice Follow?

by Brian Mahany Earlier this week the United States Tax Court ruled in favor of the IRS in a widely watched corporate tax shelter case. The test case, involving Bank of New York Mellon, could cost the bank $800 million. Although BONY has promised to appeal, the loss may create a waive of accounting malpractice [...]

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GAO Says IRS Should Focus Additional Audit Efforts On Middle / Upper Class

by Brian Mahany Here is a shocking headline… the General Accounting Office recommended the IRS devote more of its enforcement and audit efforts to those taxpayers earning more than $200,000 per year. That means the average middle or upper class earner will have an even higher chance of being audited. According to the GAO study, [...]

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Swiss Court Approves “Cold Bed” Tax

by Brian Mahany A Swiss court approved a controversial tax on unoccupied 2nd homes. The measure is designed to raise revenues by taxing those fortunate enough to have a second house. (The hotel industry also likes the idea because it encourages visitors to stay in a hotel instead of a 2nd home.) The measure has [...]

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