Personal Irs Disputes. Legal news and articles for July 29 - 31, 2016

Bob Martin, choosing mindfulnessChurches, tax exempt status, and candidate endorsementsVoters' duty is to decideNew Law Would Allow Scientists To Pay Women For Their EggsWhy Voting for Donald Trump Is a Morally Good Choice (Part 2)Voters' duty is to decidePerry's plea: An unlikely voice joins the refrain for justiceNotable deaths in the Washington areaBig Sur fire close, bags packedWest Orange Police Respond to Three Calls of Local Burglaries and a Theft by DeceptionFlorida Supreme Court disciplines 32 attorneysFacebook (FB) Could Owe $5 Billion to the IRSArt Consultant Accused of Hiding $4 Million Inheritance in Secret Swiss AccountsWake Up Call: Women Lawyers Suing Over Unequal Pay Face BacklashThe Morning Risk Report: Companies Benefit from Privacy Shield Grace Period

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12 basics of IRS appeals process
Asianjournal.comJuly 2, 2016

Of course, bear in mind that this Appeals Officer is a CPA, lawyer, or both, who may find critical issues that may have been overlooked by the prior agent. If this is your case, stay away from appeals. 5. After the audit of your returns, you receive a ...more »

Obama Admin Lawyers Threatened IRS Employee Testifying About Illegal Obamacare Payments
Americans for Tax Reform (blog)July 7, 2016

Lawyers for the Obama Treasury Department threatened an IRS employee before his testimony to Congressional investigators over the administration's illegal funding of Obamacare “Cost Sharing Reduction” (CSR) payments. The employee, IRS Chief Risk ...more »

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Bob Martin, choosing mindfulness
Burlington Times NewsJuly 31, 2016

His parents were Hungarian immigrants so proud to be Americans his father sent a $500 donation to the IRS after getting his citizenship in 1932. They left behind a country horribly torn by World War I and ... A friend steered him to law school at Nova ...more »

Churches, tax exempt status, and candidate endorsements
OverlawyeredJuly 31, 2016

Since the 1950s, a provision of federal tax law championed by then-Senator Lyndon Johnson has provided that 501(c)(3) organizations, including churches, charities, and other sorts of non-profits, endanger their tax-exempt status if too much of their ...more »

Voters' duty is to decide
Columbia Daily TribuneJuly 31, 2016

In a recent op-ed, local attorney Craig Van Matre urged voters to disdain both major party candidates for president and, in pursuit of their “higher instincts” and for the sake of their souls, vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson. This advice is ...more »

New Law Would Allow Scientists To Pay Women For Their Eggs
BuzzFeed NewsJuly 31, 2016

Partially as a result of the settlement, payment for egg donors in the private market has increased, according to Melissa Brisman, a New Jersey-based lawyer who sometimes represents donors. If research institutions are to remain competitive, she said ...more »

Why Voting for Donald Trump Is a Morally Good Choice (Part 2)
Christian PostJuly 31, 2016

A conservative court would vigorously uphold the First Amendment, protecting freedom of religion and freedom of speech for Christian colleges, Christian ministries, and churches. Such a court would likely overturn the horribly destructive decision in ...more »

Voters' duty is to decide
Columbia Daily TribuneJuly 31, 2016

In a recent op-ed, local attorney Craig Van Matre urged voters to disdain both major party candidates for president and, in pursuit of their “higher instincts” and for the sake of their souls, vote for Libertarian Gary Johnson. This advice is ...more »

Perry's plea: An unlikely voice joins the refrain for justice
Houston ChronicleJuly 30, 2016

"Sometimes we forget that the IRS isn't the only government agency capable of abusing its authority," Perry told the group. "Anyone wielding the power of the state faces the temptation to abuse it." Perry then compared his own abuse-of-power ... Perry ...more »

Notable deaths in the Washington area
Washington PostJuly 30, 2016

Philip E. Bennet, 86, a lawyer with the Internal Revenue Service who upon his retirement in 1997 made abstract, brightly colored paintings and prints, died July 3 at a hospital in Washington. The cause was a heart attack, said a son, Michael Bennet. Mr ...more »

Big Sur fire close, bags packed
Los Angeles TimesJuly 30, 2016

Mark Massara, lawyer, consultant for Surfrider, and a decades-long coastal advocate, watches the waves after surfing Martins Beach, where an access gate remains locked despite a judge's order to landowner Vinod Khosla to to open the private gate and ...more »

West Orange Police Respond to Three Calls of Local Burglaries and a Theft by Deception
TAPinto.netJuly 30, 2016

After contacting her lawyer, the victim was advised that the debt-collection agency she described did not exist. According to police, the victim also contacted PayPal and was advised that this so-called “debt-collection agency” was a fraudulent account ...more »

Florida Supreme Court disciplines 32 attorneys
WCTVJuly 29, 2016

As an official arm of the Florida Supreme Court, The Florida Bar and its Department of Lawyer Regulation are charged with administering a statewide disciplinary system to enforce Supreme Court rules of professional conduct for the 103,000-plus lawyers ...more »

Facebook (FB) Could Owe $5 Billion to the IRS
U.S. News & World ReportJuly 29, 2016

The IRS gave the social network giant a deficiency notice for $3 billion to $5 billion, plus interest and penalties, after looking through Facebook's transfer pricing in an audit, per a Thursday regulatory finding from Facebook. The company anticipates ...more »

Art Consultant Accused of Hiding $4 Million Inheritance in Secret Swiss Accounts
artnet NewsJuly 29, 2016

Art consultant Lacy Doyle, age 59, has been arrested for failing to pay taxes on over $4 million she inherited from her father, reports the Daily News. The office of Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara accuses Doyle of hiding her millions in a Swiss ...more »

Wake Up Call: Women Lawyers Suing Over Unequal Pay Face Backlash
Bloomberg Big Law BusinessJuly 29, 2016

Facebook Inc.'s future cash flows and results could suffer a blow as much as $5 billion if it loses a battle with the IRS over new U.S. tax liabilities related to the transfer of its global operations to Ireland in 2010. (Bloomberg ... An indirect ...more »

The Morning Risk Report: Companies Benefit from Privacy Shield Grace Period
Wall Street Journal (blog)July 29, 2016

COMPLIANCE. Facebook may get large tax bill. Facebook Inc. said it could be on the hook for $3 billion to $5 billion in additional taxes as a result of an Internal Revenue Service investigation into how the social network transferred assets overseas ...more »

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