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Can ESOP Appraisal Satisfy Charitable Contribution Reporting Requirement?

Court finds using ESOP appraisal to show “qualified appraisal” is a long shot to meet charitable contribution verification requirements because appraisal did not consider tax consequences or value shares individual petitioners donated, but petitioners may have reasonable cause defense.

Chrem v. Commissioner

Court finds using ESOP appraisal to show “qualified appraisal” is a long shot to meet charitable contribution verification requirements because appraisal did not consider tax consequences or value shares individual petitioners donated, but petitioners may have reasonable cause defense.

Gift Tax Case Pivots on Key Assumption Informing Valuations

Taxpayer parents incurred gift tax liability when, based on improper valuations, they agreed to merge their S corp. with their sons’ S corp. and accepted an unduly low interest in the new company while sons received an unduly high interest, Tax Court says ...

Cavallaro v. Commissioner

Taxpayer parents incurred gift tax liability when, based on improper valuations, they agreed to merge their S corp. with their sons’ S corp. and accepted an unduly low interest in the new company while sons received an unduly high interest, Tax Court says ...

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