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Appeals Court Upholds Insolvency Rulings in Transfer Liability Case

Appeals court upholds Tax Court’s transfer liability rulings; there was constructive fraud in that dividend payments to appellant were not compensation for services rendered but were part of a series of transfers leading to company’s insolvency.

Kardash v. Commissioner (III)

Appeals court upholds Tax Court’s transfer liability rulings; there was constructive fraud in that dividend payments to appellant were not compensation for services rendered but were part of a series of transfers leading to company’s insolvency.

Appeals Court Upholds Insolvency Rulings in Transfer Liability Case

Appeals court upholds Tax Court’s transfer liability rulings; there was constructive fraud in that dividend payments to appellant were not compensation for services rendered but were part of a series of transfers leading to company’s insolvency.

Tax Court Explains Valuation Method Behind Solvency Ruling

In transferee liability case, Tax Court reconsiders parts of its original solvency determination and clarifies that its analysis relies largely on IRS expert’s market multiple valuation, rather than the asset accumulation value the expert had recommended.

Kardash v. Commissioner (II)

In transferee liability case, Tax Court reconsiders parts of its original solvency determination and clarifies that its analysis relies largely on IRS expert’s market multiple valuation, rather than the asset accumulation value the expert had recommended.

Goodwill Not Automatic in Commercial Business

The trial court concluded, on the basis of the expert testimony of Bobby Lester, that husband’s construction company had no value.

Soileau v. Soileau

Goodwill can not be included for a professional corporation, husband's expert included no goodwill value, burden of proof was on wife to contest, but did not do so at trial. Ruling affirmed.

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