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Divorce And Taxes In The Time Of COVID

If you thought divorce was difficult pre-COVID, well, welcome to divorce in the time of COVID. We’ve entered a whole new world of discovery of things that can split up couples and […] Read More


The Most Taxing Issue Taxpayers May Ever Have To Face

It’s all the buzz – the proposal that the IRS may require every taxpayer to provide a “selfie” before they can file their taxes or access their online accounts. Some lawmakers are […] Read More


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Report All The Money You Steal Or Find On The Street On Your Tax Return

I literally laughed out loud as I was researching for this blog and came across an article entitled, Don’t Forget To Declare Income From Stolen Goods And Illegal Activities, IRS Says. I […] Read More


Old-Fashioned Thievery Is Alive And Well

As everyone scurries around doing holiday shopping, the last thing on most people’s mind is getting their wallet stolen. These days we’re mostly concerned with protecting our information from digital scam artists. […] Read More


A New Boon For College Athletes Could Lead To Big League Tax Issues

Late last month it was announced that The National Collegiate Athletic Association began allowing university athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness (NIL). That’s a coup for the college […] Read More


The IRS Is Always The Biggest Winner In Many Lawsuits

As a tax attorney, I’m always somewhat amused when big companies are taken to task and sued by employees and lose the case. They are ordered to pay enormous sums of money […] Read More


Remote Tax Worries Compliments Of COVID-19

As we all know, the pandemic caused businesses around the world to shut down completely for a while. Then some businesses realized they could continue on quite well with their employees working […] Read More


The IRS Is A Fraud Magnet

With literally trillions of dollars pouring into the U.S. treasury from taxpayers, you just know criminal minds everywhere are greedy to make a grab for some of that cash. And, believe me, […] Read More


IRS Allows Unemployment Compensation To Be Excluded From AGI On 2020 Taxes

As we all know, the pandemic hit some individuals and families much harder than others. While unemployment compensation helped in many cases, it certainly did not cover all expenses for some, and […] Read More


The IRS Resisted But Finally Gave In And Extended The Filing Deadline

“Resistance is futile!” This line that was made famous in the movie Star Trek: First Contact is one that is applicable to the IRS this tax season. They tried to resist the […] Read More