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What do Ben Franklin, Albert Einstein and Plato have in common? All have provided memorable quotes about taxes over the last 100 years. Since the American Tax Code is celebrating it’s 100th birthday tomorrow, it is only fitting to revisit the notable commentary provided by such a diverse collection of Americans, all with the same thing in…Read Full Article Categorized in: Articles, Literature and Law, News, Tax Advice, Tax Facts, Taxpayer Rights
The Notice of Deficiency If you are audited and cannot come to an agreement with the examining agent, the IRS will issue what is known as a Notice of Deficiency (sometimes also called the 90 Day Letter). The Notice of Deficiency contains a calculation of the additional tax, interest and penalties the IRS believes you…Read Full Article Categorized in: IRS Audits, Literature and Law, Tax Tutorials
I confess, I’m a bardolater. When I’m not blogging or representing one of my clients in Immigration Court or Tax Court, it’s a good bet you’ll find me reading something to do with Shakespeare. Now how does Shakespeare find his way onto a lawyer’s blog? I’m glad you asked. It’s because of this line in…Read Full Article Categorized in: Literature and Law