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Independent Tax Preparers Protest IRS’s Regulation Efforts and Prevail

Federal court declares IRS lacks statutory authority to expand definition of tax-preparer under Circular 230 to impose a registration requirement on independent tax professionals (non-CPAs and non-attorneys) and issues injunction against the agency.

Independent Tax Preparers Protest IRS’s Regulation Efforts and Prevail (II)

Federal court modifies injunction against IRS enforcement of the registration requirement for independent tax-return preparers, stating that injunction does not lift the requirement that tax preparers obtain a PTIN number, but prohibits agency from condit ...

Loving v. IRS (II)

Federal court modifies injunction against IRS enforcement of the registration requirement for independent tax-return preparers, stating that injunction does not lift the requirement that tax preparers obtain a PTIN number, but prohibits agency from condit ...

Loving v. IRS (I)

Federal court declares IRS lacks statutory authority to expand definition of tax-preparer under Circular 230 to impose a registration requirement on independent tax professionals (non-CPAs and non-attorneys) and issues injunction against the agency.

Tax Services of America, Inc. v. Mitchell

In September 2003, defendants sold their tax preparation business to Tax Services of America Inc. (TSA).

Court Rejects Lost Profits Model for Inclusion of Interest

In September 2003, defendants sold their tax preparation business to Tax Services of America Inc. (TSA).

Ari Rozen v. Michal Greenberg

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals reversed an award for lost profits obtained from this fraudulent inducement action because the economic expert upon which the lower court relied calculated only gross income and failed to account for any business expe ...

Damages for False Advertising Reversed

The 4th Circuit reversed the district court’s award of damages for Block’s violation of the Lanham Act. It found that the district court improperly calculated damages using gross profit rather than net profit.

JTH Tax, Inc. v. H & R Block Eastern Tax Services, Inc., et al.

The 4th Circuit reversed the district court’s award of damages for Block’s violation of the Lanham Act. It found that the district court improperly calculated damages using gross profit rather than net profit.

Taxpayers Lose Charitable Gift Deduction

Taxpayers John T. Hewitt and Linda L. Hewitt claimed charitable contribution deductions on their 1990 and 1991 income tax returns.

Hewitt v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue

At isssue is whether the parties are entitled to certain charitable contribution deductions.

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