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Sixth Circuit ruling sets boundaries to substance-over-form doctrine

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Sixth Circuit ruling sets boundaries to substance-over-form doctrine

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently overruled the Tax Court and ruled against the IRS to allow a taxpayer to own a Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC) through a Roth IRA. At its core, the Circuit Court’s opinion addressed the IRS’s application of the substance-over-form doctrine.

Republicans revise the ACA via the American Health Care Act

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Republicans revise the ACA via the American Health Care Act

The Republican’s American Health Care Act curtails Medicaid and ends certain mandates, but leaves parts of the Affordable Care Act intact.

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What to do if you are the victim of tax identity theft

Step-by-step guidance for victims of tax identity theft and a general overview of identity theft warning signs.

Timing of tax reform

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Timing of tax reform

While the process is notoriously fluid and unpredictable, it appears it will likely be late 2017 before we have final tax reform legislation.

Court decision reinforces lower FBAR willfulness standard

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Court decision reinforces lower FBAR willfulness standard

U.S. persons must file the FBAR to disclose any foreign account with a balance in excess of $10,000 in which they have a financial interest. The penalty for failure to file an FBAR can have both civil and criminal repercussions and generally depend on whether the failure to file is non-willful or willful.

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