Tax Controversy

Selling Real Estate with IRS Liens: What are the Rules & Processes to Completing the Sale

Don't miss E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, and Alison Gadoua, Tax Controversy Specialist, along with Guy Esposito, IRS Manager as they speak at the Middlesex County Bar Association's Tax Law/Real Estate Law CLE Program on May 2, 2022. They will be discussing Selling Real Estate with IRS Liens.

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Selling Real Estate with IRS Liens: What are the Rules & Processes to Completing the Sale2022-04-26T14:37:41-04:00

Important Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing and Tax Saving Strategies for Investors

Robbin Caruso was recently featured in Real Estate Bees "5 Important Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing and Tax Saving Strategies for Investors". Robbin discusses how an investor may be able to avoid capital gains on real estate and rental income.

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Important Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing and Tax Saving Strategies for Investors2022-04-25T13:19:07-04:00

How to Make Tax Filing Easier

Robbin E. Caruso was recently featured in Sound Dollars "How to Make Tax Filing Easier". Robbin discusses how to efficiently prepare for this year's tax deadline by being organized, setting aside the appropriate time to do your taxes and that tax rules have changed since previous years

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How to Make Tax Filing Easier2022-04-07T11:43:11-04:00

Please hold: Pricey way to jump IRS phone line at tax time

With calls to the IRS reaching record levels during tax season, excessively long hold times have become the norm. This can create real issues for tax professionals who need regular access to IRS services. Marty offers his views on businesses which offer an alternative and help tax practitioners better serve their clients.

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Please hold: Pricey way to jump IRS phone line at tax time2022-04-03T14:50:17-04:00

The $8,000 Child Tax Credit That Many Parents May Not Know About

Robbin Caruso, Prager Metis Partner and Co-leader of the firm's National Tax Controversy practice, weighs in on the expansion of the Child and Dependent Care Credit and benefits it can afford eligible taxpayers in this CBS News article

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The $8,000 Child Tax Credit That Many Parents May Not Know About2022-04-03T14:51:49-04:00

5 Things To Know About How the Stimulus Checks Can Affect Your Taxes

If you did not receive the full amount of the 3rd stimulus payment you were entitled to in 2021 and are requesting a Recovery Rebate Credit, it's important to correctly report the stimulus payment you received.

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5 Things To Know About How the Stimulus Checks Can Affect Your Taxes2022-04-03T14:52:15-04:00

87% of People Plan To File Their Taxes Early — Here’s Why You Should Be One of Them

Robbin Caruso, Partner and Co-leader of Prager Metis’ National Tax Controversy practice offers some guidance in “87% of People Plan To File Their Taxes Early — Here’s Why You Should Be One of Them,” published by GoBankingRates.

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87% of People Plan To File Their Taxes Early — Here’s Why You Should Be One of Them2022-04-03T14:52:57-04:00

Surviving Tax Season

Don't miss this! Recently E. Martin Davidoff, CPA, Esq., Partner of Prager Metis, was featured on Accounting Today's podcast "Surviving Tax Season." E. Martin Davidoff talks about why you can't manage all interactions with the IRS on your own and the major issues practitioners should be aware of for the rest of the season.

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Surviving Tax Season2022-04-03T14:54:08-04:00

Tax Pros See Social Impact From Work-Tax Compliance Issues for Telecommuters & Remote Workers

Robbin Caruso, CPA, CGMA, Partner and Co-leader of Prager Metis’ Tax Controversy Services, weighs in on possible tax implications for telecommuters and remote workers who work from a state which is different from where they normally work in this Accounting Today article.

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Tax Pros See Social Impact From Work-Tax Compliance Issues for Telecommuters & Remote Workers2022-04-03T14:57:58-04:00

IRS OFFERS IN COMPROMISE: A CASE STUDY – CONDENSED VERSION

Don't miss E. Martin Davidoff, Partner-in-Charge, National Tax Controversy, as he presents at the CPA Academy's web course "IRS OFFERS IN COMPROMISE: A CASE STUDY - CONDENSED VERSION" on November 16, 2021. This condensed workshop takes participants on a hands-on journey through the financial disclosure aspect of the IRS Offer in Compromise process,

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IRS OFFERS IN COMPROMISE: A CASE STUDY – CONDENSED VERSION2022-02-16T10:26:19-05:00

The limits of coronavirus relief: A real-life case

Many taxpayers face unique circumstances which need to be taken into consideration when determining the best course of action for resolving tax issues. Robbin Caruso presents options to a taxpayer facing loss of her tax refund in the midst of the nationwide pandemic in this Accounting Today article by Roger Russell: Click Here.

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The limits of coronavirus relief: A real-life case2020-07-27T15:14:51-04:00

Analyzing the most common tax mistakes made

Marty Davidoff joined “On the Move” to talk about the most common tax mistakes people make. Click here to watch the Yahoo Finance video. To find out how our Tax Controversy team can assist you with your IRS and State tax issues, please visit our tax controversy page.

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Analyzing the most common tax mistakes made2020-04-13T17:42:09-04:00