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December 2008

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Court Calls Deductions “Beyond Belief”

Henry J. and Patricia K. Langer experienced a bad day in court. Mr. Langer should have known better, since he had been an IRS agent before starting his financial investigations business.


The IRS asserted that the Langers owed $56,000 in taxes and $11,295 in accuracy-related penalties. They ended the day owing a huge part of that.1


To give you some idea of what took place in this court case, let’s examine just one line item on Mrs. Langer’s Schedule C.


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