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March 14, 2023

Managing Partner, Anthony Daddino was quoted in a March 13, 2023 Tax Note article written by Kristen A. Parillo... [ read ]

March 3, 2023

Josh Ungerman was quoted in an article by Andrew Velarde in Tax Notes on March 1, 2023... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in an article, "Supreme Court Hands Huge Victory to Non-Willful FBAR Violators," by Andrew Velarde in Tax Notes on March 1, 2023.

December 28, 2022

Anthony Daddino was quoted in an article today by Kristen A. Parillo in Tax Notes.... [ read ]
Anthony Daddino was quoted today in an article by Kristen A. Parillo of "Tax Notes", "A Look Ahead: Tax Pros Seek Clarity on Limited Partner Exception." Anthony was interviewed regarding the pending Tax Court case, "Sorban Capital Partners LP v. Commissioner", proposing that the IRS will have a tough time arguing that the partners shouldn't be treated as limited partners.

December 5, 2022

IRS Folds on One of Many Oxford Captive Reinsurance Arrangements... [ read ]
Anthony Daddino was recently interviewed for an article written by Erin McManus of Taxnotes, "IRS Folds on One of Many Oxford Captive Reinsurance Arrangements" which was published today, Dec 5, 2022. Anthony Daddino was recently interviewed for an article written by Erin McManus of Taxnotes, "IRS Folds on One of Many Oxford Captive Reinsurance Arrangements" which was published today, Dec 5, 2022.

November 30, 2022

Options for Correcting Mistakes and Omissions on Tax Returns... [ read ]
The article discusses some of the options taxpayers have for addressing incomplete or inaccurate tax filings.

August 9, 2022

Got Hidden Income? The IRS May Get More Money to Find You... [ read ]
Josh Ungerman was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "Got Hidden Income? The IRS May Get More Money to Find You" written by Laura Saunders on Aug. 5, 2022. The article discusses how the IRS could get billions of dollars to go after high-earnings tax cheats and details which areas auditors may focus on if they get more resources.

March 23, 2022

Mann Construction Plaintiffs Take IRS Back to Court... [ read ]
Mary Wood was quoted in the March 23, 2022 Tax Analysts article, "Mann Construction Plaintiffs Take IRS Back to Court." A Michigan couple who successfully challenged a listed transaction notice claims in a new lawsuit that the IRS is refusing to issue penalty refunds for later tax years, despite the Sixth Circuit's holding that the notice is invalid.

March 22, 2022

Court Vacates IRS Microcaptive Notice... [ read ]
Mary Wood was quoted in the March 22, 2022 Tax Analysts article, "Court Vacates IRS Microcaptive Notice," by Kristen A. Parillo. In Tennessee, a district court has invalidated and vacated the IRS's microcaptive notice, rejecting the Justice Department's suggestion that it send the notice back to the agency to fix its procedural deficiencies.

February 16, 2022

IRS Updates Voluntary Disclosure Form with Electronic Bent... [ read ]
Josh O. Ungerman was quoted multiple times in the Feb. 15, 2022 article, "IRS Updates Voluntary Disclsoure Form with Electronic Bent," in Tax Analysts 2022 by Nathan J. Richman. The article addresses the IRS's newest version of the two-part letter for taxpayers looking to voluntarily disclose past noncompliance.

February 2, 2022

Be Patient on Reportable Transaction Penalties, Attorneys Say... [ read ]
Mary Wood was quoted in the Tax Analysts article published on Feb, 2, 2022, Doc. 2022-3533, "Be Patient on Reportable Transaction Penalties, Attorneys Say," by Kristen A. Parillo. Ms. Wood was a panelist at the recent American Bar Association Section of Taxation virtual meeting discussing the legal uncertainty regarding IRS penalty assessments amid pending court cases in which taxpayers have challenged the validity of IRS notices, issued without a formal comment period, that designate listed or reportable transactions requiring disclosure by taxpayers and material advisers.

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