Dewey and Carlena K. Hammond v. CIR

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February 10, 1998
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Dewey and Carlena K. Hammond v. CIR
T.C. Memo. 1998-53
US
Federal Court
United States Tax Court
Nims

Summary

The Tax Court concluded that payments meeting the requirements of IRC sec. 71 for taxable alimony were not taxable alimony because the payments ceased upon a contingency related to a child, and thus fell into the IRC sec. 71 (c)(2) exception.
Dewey and Carlena K. Hammond v. CIR
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