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IRS Mum on Edie Windsor's $363053 DOMA RefundIRS : East Washington tax evader Retos gambled , hid income , assetsTwelve different IRS units nationwide targeted conservativesIRS targeted the truly vulnerable groups?Should You Lawyer Up Against The IRS? You BetIRS employees used terms Including 'progressive,' 'Israel'The IRS's Best Friend in CongressIRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on caseWATCHDOG: IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on caseWATCHDOG: IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on caseIRS was less prone to pry if lawyers were on caseIRS was less prone to pry if lawyers were on caseExit the IRS Stage LeftExit the IRS Stage LeftHey, IRS, Audit This!

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Metuchen lawyer admits to trying to defraud victims by claiming they were ...
NJ.comJune 4, 2013

According to authorities, Frey told the victims if they paid up to $20,000 each, he'd call the IRS agent and have the investigation converted from a criminal tax investigation to an IRS "desk audit," which is a civil matter. Authorities also said Frey ...more »

IRS lawyer who oversaw tea-party targeting retiring
WND.comJune 8, 2013

(National Review) A tax law specialist and attorney who processed tea-party cases in the Internal Revenue Service's Exempt Organization's Technical Office is retiring, according to an IRS source. Reached over the phone, the lawyer, Carter Hull, would ...more »

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IRS Mum on Edie Windsor's $363053 DOMA Refund
New York ObserverJune 28, 2013

The IRS isn't saying. But according to her attorney's law firm, the answer is yes. “Every penny,” Roberta Kaplan, who has represented Ms. Windsor throughout the case, said to reporters after the proceedings. “Plus interest!” Her firm, Paul, Weiss ...more »

IRS : East Washington tax evader Retos gambled , hid income , assets
Tribune-ReviewJune 28, 2013

But instead of paying the judgment, Retos sued the IRS in February 2012 in bankruptcy court claiming that he should not have to pay the money because the agency waited more than three years to come after the taxes. The IRS said in its ... U.S. Attorney...more »

Twelve different IRS units nationwide targeted conservatives
Daily CallerJune 25, 2013

Twelve different groups within the IRS targeted conservative organizations applying for tax-exempt nonprofit status, according to the attorneys representing tea party plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against the IRS. The revelation disproves the ...more »

IRS targeted the truly vulnerable groups?
Fox NewsJune 25, 2013

Details. Description. As new IRS chief reveals that inappropriate screening was more widespread and lasted longer than believed, new report says agency tended to avoid lawy... Duration 3:07; Date Jun 24, 2013. Advertisement ...more »

Should You Lawyer Up Against The IRS? You Bet
ForbesJune 25, 2013

A review of nine groups in Ohio and Kentucky that sought nonprofit status shows not having legal representation meant inappropriate questions from the IRS. When it comes to being targeted by the IRS, having a lawyer may help, a Cincinnati Enquirer ...more »

IRS employees used terms Including 'progressive,' 'Israel'
The Seattle TimesJune 25, 2013

The IRS took several weeks to release the documents, as it had to scrub the be-on-the-lookout lists of taxpayer-specific information before making them public. The disclosure of the specific terms fits with what Holly Paz, an IRS lawyer at the center ...more »

The IRS's Best Friend in Congress
Wall Street JournalJune 23, 2013

Copyright 2012 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. Distribution and use of this material are governed by our Subscriber Agreement and by copyright law. For non-personal use or to order ...more »

IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
USA TODAYJune 22, 2013

CINCINNATI -- When it comes to being targeted by the Internal Revenue Service, it appears that having a lawyer helps, a Cincinnati Enquirer review has found. Of the nine groups from Ohio and Kentucky screened by the IRS Cincinnati office at the center ...more »

WATCHDOG: IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
Cincinnati.comJune 22, 2013

Protesters voice their concerns in front of the John Weld Peck Federal Building as Cincinnati area tea party groups decry the IRS scrutiny of tax-exempt status during a rally in downtown Cincinnati in May. / The Enquirer/Gary Landers ...more »

WATCHDOG: IRS less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
Cincinnati.comJune 22, 2013

Paul S. Ryan, a senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group, said having a lawyer who specializes in nonprofit law can be key for winning tax-exempt status. “Having a lawyer who knows this area ... will enable you to say ...more »

IRS was less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
Cincinnati.comJune 22, 2013

Paul S. Ryan, a senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group, said having a lawyer who specializes in nonprofit law can be key for winning tax-exempt status. “Having a lawyer who knows this area ... will enable you to say ...more »

IRS was less prone to pry if lawyers were on case
Cincinnati.comJune 22, 2013

Paul S. Ryan, a senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, a nonpartisan watchdog group, said having a lawyer who specializes in nonprofit law can be key for winning tax-exempt status. “Having a lawyer who knows this area ... will enable you to say ...more »

Exit the IRS Stage Left
Patriot PostJune 20, 2013

Who is she? Well, she is a career IRS lawyer with vast experience in several IRS posts. She coordinated with the Cincinnati office on matters of tax-exempt organizations. She seems to be pivotal in this smog of named and unnamed IRS officers, but for what?more »

Exit the IRS Stage Left
Town HallJune 20, 2013

Who is she? Well, she is a career IRS lawyer with vast experience in several IRS posts. She coordinated with the Cincinnati office on matters of tax-exempt organizations. She seems to be pivotal in this smog of named and unnamed IRS officers, but for what?more »

Hey, IRS, Audit This!
Personal Liberty DigestJune 19, 2013

The supervisor sat there, the IRS lawyer stayed on the phone — saying nothing and doing nothing except using up taxpayer funds — to monitor, and the non-capitalist asked questions about a business she couldn't even begin to understand. Although it ...more »

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