Vol. 44 Nbr. 6, June 2013
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- Appeals court refuses to lift injunction in return preparer regulation case.
- Promoting fictitious bonds for tax payments leads to conviction for 'sovereign citizen'.
- New York Court of Appeals upholds 'Amazon' law.
- IRS addresses treatment of M&A transaction costs and success-based fees.
- IRS issues 'no-rule' orders on several sec. 355 transactions.
- IRS clarifies definition of on-site sales under sec. 263A.
- State taxation of exempt organizations' unrelated business income.
- Modifications to EU VAT sourcing rules.
- Underwater property and like-kind exchanges.
- Sec. 108(e) (2) and debt that would give rise to basis.
- When net means gross, and other things hedge funds should know for 2013.
- The repair regulations: considerations for 'downstream' oil and gas businesses.
- Collateral issues to consider in repair regs. accounting method changes.
- Tax accounting methods for small businesses.
- Targeted partnership allocations.
- Advising clients regarding erroneous tax return positions.
- Dealing with the secondary U.S. tax consequences of transfer-pricing adjustments.
- State & local taxes: taxation of the cloud still hazy.
- How to identify a potential criminal tax matter requiring an attorney.
- The proposed statement on standards in personal financial planning: what does it mean for you?
- FAQs on the proposed statement on standards in personal financial planning.
- Identifying and making LLC elections.
- Tax Court reverses its position on valuation misstatement penalty; Supreme Court agrees to hear case on the issue.