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Tax Court Judges Have to Play by the Same Rules

This particular news item didn’t attract a lot of attention back in April; not surprising, given all the news about politics, the upcoming NFL draft, and the start of the baseball season.   730 more words

Litigation

Hey Vance, can I deduct my car expenses?

That’s not an unusual question.  The exchange continues often like this.

Vance:  Do you have contemporaneous records that document (1) the amount of the expense; (2) the time and place of the travel or use; and (3) the business purpose of the expense? 358 more words

Tax Court

OUCH!

I agree with the IRS’ and Tax Court’s interpretation of the law, but Mr. Udeobong sure paid through the nose – twice, to be exact.  I’ll save you the gory details.  485 more words

Tax Court

Your Bank Account And The IRS

by Michael Lodge

Clients come into the office or send me emails regarding the IRS and their bank accounts.  Does the IRS monitor their bank accounts?   1,037 more words

Business

Psychometrician ≠ Tax Expert

Professor Emeritus Lawrence M. Aleamoni is a psychometrician.  I am not exactly sure what that means, but I assure you that it does not mean “tax expert.”  Actually, it seems that one may not have to have taken a single accounting course to be a psychometrician. 367 more words

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“Country Lawyer"

After graduating cum laude in June of 1948, Morin was sworn in to the Massachusetts Bar on October 14th and joined his father and brothers at Morin & Morin, housed in a small office located at 44 School Street in the shadow of the Old City Hall. 564 more words