Married Couple Improperly Deducted Self-Employment Tax

In a recent case before the United States Tax Court, a married couple who improperly deducted one-half of their alleged self-employment tax for two years was denied this deduction.  The husband was a Certified Public Accountant who ran an accounting…

August 14, 2020

Refund Claim Denied Because The Taxpayer Was Not Financially Disabled

In a recent case, the United States District Court of Federal Claims denied a taxpayer’s claim for a refund in the amount of $48,489.00 because the refund statute of limitation for the taxable year 2001 had expired and the taxpayer…

May 05, 2015

Tax Court Denies Request for Attorneys Fees

In a recent Tax Court case, a taxpayer’s request for attorneys fees was denied because the Court held that the IRS’ position that the taxpayer had unreported income was justified. The taxpayer late filed his tax returns for four years….

March 26, 2015

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