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There have been several updates in the tax world in reaction to the coronavirus.  The big change is the delay for the filing season to July 15, 2020.  However, there are several up...

After a brief update on coronavirus effects on the tax world, this episode brings a discussion of family-related tax issues.  To start, the filing status chosen has different effec...

This episode will be a mixture of tax topics.  What is in this tax gumbo, you ask?  First, we start with student reflection papers to tax procedure.  Hear about their reactions to ...

Family-related tax matters this week include the set of 6 tax benefits that are allowed with qualifying children, how Form 8332 allows a noncustodial parent part of that set, and a...

Looking for collection alternatives?  Boy, have we got them!  We start with some installment agreements, a heavy dose of offer in compromise (IRS settlement agreement) with a dash ...

A revisit of currently not collectible status and the local standards that apply.  Currently not collectible status is helpful for low income clients with more expenses than income...

The Taxpayer Advocate Service provides help for taxpayers on the individual level and through systemic advocacy.  On the individual level, I look at the collection statute expirati...

Episode 84: Tax Research

Continuing the focus on basics from the Tax Procedure course at Washburn University School of Law. Tax research is a key component in understanding how to help a client.  I scratch...

As I teach Tax Procedure at Washburn University School of Law as an adjunct professor, I am going to discuss each week’s different teaching topic on the podcast.  This may be revie...

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