Personal Irs Disputes. Legal news and articles for December 9 - 13, 2011

IRS Targets Arkansas Businessman in Dispute with Sen. Mark Pryor's FamilyIRS Denying Lesbians Legitimate Adoption CreditNISSAN Whistleblower Fears Media Bias & Reaches Out to Donald Trump: Exposes ...Judge denies Beeman's request to enter Waterford propertiesJudge denies Beeman's request to enter Waterford propertiesU.S. v. JOYNER-WILLIAMSOrangeburg man gets jail in elder fraudPublic? Private? For Rex, which is it?Allentown chiropractor readies tax defier defenseTaxgirl Gets Nod from ABA JournalDelafield firm's president guilty of tax evasionThe Churn: Lateral Moves and Promotions in The Am Law 200IRS Takes A Bite Out Of Bow WowGulf Keystone CEO Faces $6 Million Tax Fine Over Offshore AssetsGulf Keystone CEO Kozel Faces $6 Million Tax Fine Over Offshore Assets

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AP Enterprise: Paul's nonprofits push law's limit
CBS NewsDecember 24, 2011

But the finances of both the DNC and political action committees such as Romney's Free and Strong America PAC — unlike Paul's nonprofits — are regulated by the Federal Election Commission and subject to financial disclosure rules. ...more »

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Rockland County TimesDecember 22, 2011

West Nyack resident, Chinh Tran, 43, will serve no prison time after repeatedly trying to bribe IRS agents to eliminate her tax return audits. According to official records, Tran, owner of a Nanuet nail salon, first met with an IRS agent in March 2010 ...more »

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IRS Targets Arkansas Businessman in Dispute with Sen. Mark Pryor's Family
Big GovernmentDecember 13, 2011

... the Harveys' lawyer both acknowledged Continental's tax obligations. They made promises but paid nothing. In fact, by moving around company assets Bonnie Harvey and Marvin Jones were demonstrating a refusal to pay – normally a red flag for the IRS. ...more »

IRS Denying Lesbians Legitimate Adoption Credit
New York Times (blog)December 13, 2011

(In fact, 68 percent of the nearly 100000 returns on which taxpayers claimed the adoption credit were audited by mail, according to a report by the Government Accountability Office, which reviewed the IRS's strategy to ensure taxpayers were rightfully ...more »

NISSAN Whistleblower Fears Media Bias & Reaches Out to Donald Trump: Exposes ...
PR Web (press release)December 13, 2011

She got a letter from the IRS about her 2009 tax return. Bovat has reached out to Rep. Marsha Blackburn about this issue and then spoke to official at the IRS. In 2009 Bovat paid for the NISSAN executive's satellite dish, washer dryer and other ...more »

Judge denies Beeman's request to enter Waterford properties
GoErie.comDecember 13, 2011

US Department of Justice lawyer Ari Kunofsky argued the IRS agency handling the sale of Beeman's four Waterford-area properties had already arranged for the tenant to move from the apartment. It could also winterize the property, he said. ...more »

Judge denies Beeman's request to enter Waterford properties
GoErie.comDecember 12, 2011

US Department of Justice lawyer Ari Kunofsky says the IRS agency handling the sale of Beeman's four Waterford-area properties has already arranged for the tenant to move from the apartment. It can also winterize the property, he said. ...more »

U.S. v. JOYNER-WILLIAMS
Leagle.comDecember 12, 2011

Joann Joyner-Williams was convicted after a jury trial of 20 counts of assisting in the preparation of false tax returns, see 26 USC § 7206(2), and 2 counts of making false statements to the IRS, see 18 USC § 1001(a)(2). The district court calculated a ...more »

Orangeburg man gets jail in elder fraud
The Journal News | LoHud.comDecember 12, 2011

Devuono, when confronted with the notices, said that a mistake had been made at the IRS and that he would correct it. When months passed and the couple received no satisfaction, they contacted the US Postal Inspection Service, which began an ...more »

Public? Private? For Rex, which is it?
News & ObserverDecember 11, 2011

Though UNC Health Care was a public entity, the state attorney general declared that Rex would remain a private nonprofit hospital. That meant many of its records, financial and operational, would not be subject to public inspection, as they are at UNC ...more »

Allentown chiropractor readies tax defier defense
Allentown Morning CallDecember 11, 2011

... the IRS has no power to collect taxes and that income taxes are optional. Federal prosecutors, familiar with that excuse, have asked a judge to bar any testimony about Basile's beliefs and research on the topic of tax law that could confuse a jury. ...more »

Taxgirl Gets Nod from ABA Journal
ForbesDecember 10, 2011

Earlier this year, the witty, engaging Philadelphia lawyer was invited to move her blog to Forbes.com, where she continues to uncover email tax scams, analyze pending tax legislation and examine every inch of the IRS she can access. Witty and engaging? ...more »

Delafield firm's president guilty of tax evasion
Milwaukee Journal SentinelDecember 10, 2011

"Equally, criminal tax laws do not exist to punish 'frank difference of opinion' about tax laws," the brief states, quoting case law. "A 'misunderstanding as to his liability for the tax' does not make a man a criminal 'by his mere failure to measure ...more »

The Churn: Lateral Moves and Promotions in The Am Law 200
The Am Law DailyDecember 9, 2011

Blank Rome's newest partner is PAUL SHUR, a financial services attorney who works in New York and Princeton. Shur was last at Sills Cummis & Gross, where he chaired that firm's banking and finance practice. He concentrates on commercial and financial ...more »

IRS Takes A Bite Out Of Bow Wow
ForbesDecember 9, 2011

An IRS tax lien is public record and a great source of titillating stories for inveterate newshounds like TMZ. A recent lil celeb tax mauling affected a comparative puppy: Lil Bow Wow. Actually, he's Bow Wow now, the artist formerly known as Lil Bow ...more »

Gulf Keystone CEO Faces $6 Million Tax Fine Over Offshore Assets
BusinessWeekDecember 9, 2011

The IRS has collected $2.7 billion under a partial amnesty program that offers reduced penalties to US citizens who voluntarily disclose overseas assets, the agency said in September. Kozel's holdings in Gulf Keystone are “opaquely structured and ...more »

Gulf Keystone CEO Kozel Faces $6 Million Tax Fine Over Offshore Assets
BloombergDecember 9, 2011

The IRS has collected $2.7 billion under a partial amnesty program that offers reduced penalties to US citizens who voluntarily disclose overseas assets, the agency said in September. Kozel's holdings in Gulf Keystone are “opaquely structured and ...more »

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