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U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh District has dismissed the case against Deutsche Bank. The taxpayer sued the bank for its involvement in the taxpayer's creation of various tax shelters.
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Reminder: if you are an independent contractor, your estimated tax payments are due by tomorrow, June 15th.
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IRS confirms that there will not be a new version of the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) once the current program ends in September. Currently, Americans with previously undisclosed assets may take advantage of this program as a way to avoid prosecution.
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Connecticut has become the third state, after NJ and NY, to pass a workaround law which will allow taxpayers to work around the new state and local tax deduction cap.
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Thorn Law Group would like to thank all military for their service in honor of Memorial Day.
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IRS warns of new scam where hackers pose as tax advisors. Be aware and guard your information.
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In light of the new tax overhaul, the IRS has announced that it will be hiring 1700 new Revenue Agents and attorneys to help address the changes to the tax law. 2018 will be the first tax year in which the new laws apply.
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Did you know that if your passport has been revoked because of owed taxes you can ask for an installment plan or an offer in compromise? These two options would enable you to get your passport back or suspend the revocation process.
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Happy Mother’s Day from Thorn Law Group!
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IRS issues a reminder that taxpayers should not include social security numbers on Forms 990 in an effort to reduce the number of taxpayers that are falling victim to online scams. Taxpayers should read IRS guidelines before entering any information or giving it out to anyone.
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