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August 2017

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Arguing with the IRS: You Need Tax Authority (Part 1)

Tax law makes the government (meaning the IRS) your partner for most business transactions. Partners sometimes disagree.


When you and the IRS have a disagreement, you need the law, a regulation, a ruling, a court case, or some other document that proves your point.


You’ll also need those same documents to avoid penalties if you lose your argument.


In this article, we focus on the Internal Revenue Code and the varying interpretations of it by the Treasury Department and the IRS, and how these documents help you comply with the tax laws. ... Log in to view full article.

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