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March 2006

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No Chance in Court

The IRS showed up to audit Robert Kolbeck’s 2000 tax return and wanted to look at his Schedule C expenses. Kolbeck explained that his records were locked up and not accessible. In lieu of records, he and his tax preparer gave the revenue agent an “Affidavit of Facts of Robert Kolbeck,” declaring that the entries on his 2000 Schedule C were accurate and correct.


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