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As part of our tax and estate planning practice in Connecticut and New York we do a lot of planning and estate administration.  Part of the estate documents we and many other planners put together include terminology regarding “Portability”.  In 2010, Congress introduced into the tax code with In...
03/10/2018
Over 8,800 Identities Stolen from the U.S. Army, Alabama State Agencies and Georgia Businesses We focus our practice on tax matters, and I in particular on civil and criminal tax controversy issues.  I can assure those of you who have never had to go through the pain of unwinding your identity be...
03/08/2018
New Haven, Connecticut: Yesterday three senators introduced legislation that would repeal the IRS’s use of private debt collectors.The focus of my practice is civil and criminal taxpayer representation, and the IRS's required use of private debt collectors to try and do its job has increasingly c...
03/03/2018
We handle civil and criminal tax controversy matters, and one matter has now resolved itself and stands as a lesson to anyone who has a bookkeeper who handles their business finances.A Connecticut bookkeeper, Rebecca Block of Windsor, Connecticut, plead guilty today for embezzling over $190,000 o...
02/21/2018
The main focus of my practice is civil and criminal taxpayer representation.  Many taxpayers who come to see us in New Haven, CT or one of our other offices are generally frightened of having their bank acounts or wages levied by the IRS.  Inevitably the discussion turns to what can we do to avoi...
02/08/2018
Last Friday we had nearly 450 practitioners join us at Quinnipiac University Law Center either in-person or via live webcast to catch our three-hour update on the 2017 Tax Act, and what you need to know. Well if you missed it, FEAR NOT!  We have made it available on-demand for free!Click the link...
01/27/2018
In this week's Tax Rep Podcast I discuss how accountants can revoke their Power of Attorney on clients, both in specific cases as well as globally clean up years of old cases.  There are many reasons why CPAs, EAs and attorneysw should revoke POA, everything from firing the client to avoid hoards...
11/27/2017
My second book in the "Accountant's Guide" series is now available for pre-order at TG Publishing (www.TGPublish.com/shop).  To celebrate we are offering a 30% discount on all orders placed between now and November 30th (which is when books will begin shipping and/or ebooks will be send for downl...
11/15/2017
In this week's Tax Rep Podcast I discuss why parents who lend money to their children should file a lien securing their interest.  Though most people will be offended by the topic - "But we trust little Johnnie!" - it has nothing to do with a lack of love or greed.  The lien from the friendly cre...
11/13/2017
In this week's Tax Rep Podcast I discuss the IRS agreeing to extend its pilot program of the $100,000 Streamlined Installment Agreement ("SIA").For those of you unfamiliar with the SIA, it is an installment agreement where the taxpayer agrees to repay the IRS overtime.  But unlike a regular agree...
10/09/2017
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