All correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service should be taken seriously; however, some letters and notices have more legal consequences than others....more
Taxpayers and representatives need to be mindful that the IRS Appeals Office has implemented what is known as the Appeals Judicial and Culture (AJAC) Project....more
As the April 15th filing deadline approaches, there are important changes to note. When the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on June 26, 2013, a number of important tax issues were raised...more
Charitable contributions are only deductible if you itemize and have the proper substantiation.
For cash contributions of less than $250, you must have either a cancelled check/credit card receipt or a written...more
The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new application which gives taxpayers the ability to directly view, print, and download tax return transcripts and account transcripts. ...more
There are a lot of ways to get into hot water with state and federal revenue regulators. But, in my experience, three mistakes are most common.