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With transitioning between legal aid organizations, this has been a great time for me to clean up the various clients that I am connected with through the CAF Unit at the IRS.  Bef...

There are Low Income Taxpayer Clinic practitioners that focus on more than tax issues.  They might be required to work on more than one grant project at a legal aid, so have a spli...

Andrew Belter and I have moved between LITC organizations and we have a discussion about the related issues.  There are many things to think about when leaving a clinic and making ...

A personal update!   I have changed jobs from the LITC at Kansas Legal Services to working at the LITC at Legal Aid of Western Missouri.   Additionally, I am Supervising Attorney f...

You should be aware of Nina Olson if you are interested in taxes. She was National Taxpayer Advocate for 18 years, cementing the role for leadership of the Taxpayer Advocate Servic...

The next American Bar Association Section of Taxation May Meeting is coming up next week and it is virtual. On this episode, I discuss various committee panels that focus on tax...

I took a U.S. Tax Court case to trial and won! This episode discusses the events from the virtual calendar call of Wichita, Kansas to the decision posting on the Tax Court website....

Just what does IRS Chief Counsel do? Well, they represent the IRS as their client. What does that mean? In this episode, I unpack different job items that IRS Chief Counsel does be...

In any profession, it is a curve ball when any skilled person is no longer available. This could be due to death, illness, disability, retirement or just plain turnover at the empl...

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