The Tax Court, in a summary opinion, held that an individual is entitled to dependency exemption deductions, child tax credits, and the earned income credit for her brother’s children, finding that they were qualifying children during the tax year and, particularly, that it was more likely than not that the children resided with her for more than half the year. [Carol Denise Griffin; No. 9875-18S; T.C. Summ. Op. 2021-26, 8/16/2021]
Two of the largest tax professional associations joined two of the largest preparer companies to endorse legislation requiring practitioners to prove their competence to the IRS. [Tax Notes Today; 8/18/2021, article by William Hoffman]
The American Institute of CPAs, noting its prior comments, has recommended a section 473 safe harbor method providing that, if a taxpayer has experienced a qualified liquidation for a liquidation year, the taxpayer would disregard it for the liquidation year and would retain the last-in, first-out layers related to the opening inventory of that year. [Tax Notes Today; 8/18/2021]
A Primer on Establishing a Public Charity
Lynn’s comments on organizing and operating a “501(c)(3) Charitable Entity” See IRC Secs. 501(a), 501(c(3), 501(c(4), and 509
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