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February 2007

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Tax Lawyer Fails Deductions

William Lenihan received his law degree from Georgetown University, practiced law in New York, and was admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court—this is where we found him.1


Now, here’s somebody who should know the rules. But in court Lenihan demonstrated that he did not know the rules on keeping records, as he lost every deduction he claimed on both his Schedule C consulting business and his Schedule E rental businesses.


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