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IRS Settlement Days are a process where IRS Counsel selects cases that would potentially be ripe for settlement or would benefit from a conference.  These Settlement Days are often...

Episode 113: Tax Podcasts

A shorter episode this week as I inform you about some other tax podcasts out there for tax news and interviews.  Just keep listening to this one - please!!!   Here are some of the...

This episode is an interview with Bobby French.  Bobby is starting as a 3L at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Law.  He worked both as a student intern and v...

The IRS communicated that prisoners and decedents were not eligible for economic impact payments through the COVID-19 FAQs on their website.  IRS FAQs are best for communicating th...

Around 160 million economic impact payments have been distributed by the IRS.  This is a feat that must be applauded!  However, not everyone received their payments.  In this podca...

A wrap-up regarding my report on teaching Tax Procedure at Washburn University School of Law.  A discussion of the class project involving the Taxpayer Roadmap, plus some talk abou...

Unfortunately, we cannot avoid ethical issues by choosing to do tax controversy cases.  I wanted to share with you some specific issues for taxes that I learned about at an America...

When advocating for a client, you do not want to skip to the conclusion.  It is necessary to build up the argument with support – link the law and the facts with words like “becaus...

This focus on Tax Court concludes with a focus on litigation related to Tax Court.  How do you frame a trial with Tax Court?  How is Tax Court different from other courts?  These i...

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