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Hugh Murray Claycomb, Esq.

Title: Lawyer, Writer
Company: Haley, Claycomb, Roper & Anderson
Location: Warren, Arkansas, United States

Hugh Murray Claycomb, Esq., Lawyer and Writer at Haley Claycomb, Roper & Anderson, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law.

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Tax Court Limits IRS’s Time to Assess Unreported Income from Undisclosed Foreign Accounts by Sandra R. Brown

Generally, when a taxpayer files a tax return, the federal tax laws afford the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) with a limit of only three-years within which it must act to examine and assess additional taxes and penalties on any unreported income. 1,161 more words

Tax Court Update: Basis for Cohan Rule by Jonathan Kalinski

As we approach the tax return filing deadline of April 17 this year, taxpayers are scrambling for documents to substantiate their expenses and basis in assets. 502 more words

It's Tax Time: 5 Things That A Tax Lawyer Can Do For You

By: Courtbuddy.com

Every year, millions of people flock to a place like H&R Block with the hope of getting a tax refund. Even worse, millions attempt to prepare and file their taxes themselves. 597 more words

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Court Tightens Noose on Reasonable Cause Exception for the FBAR Penalty By Robert S. Horwitz

A U.S. person with foreign financial accounts worth over $10,000 during the calendar year is required to file a Foreign Bank Account Report (FBAR). Failing to file can result in either a “non-willful” or a “willful” penalty under 31 USC §5321(a)(5).  993 more words

Tax Court Update: What is a Postmark? by JONATHAN KALINSKI

My colleagues and I have spent hours discussing the best way to mail time sensitive documents such as a Tax Court petition, tax return, and refund claim. 949 more words