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2010 and Earlier
Jun 1, 2014
Megan L. Brackney published in the Journal of Passthrough Entities May - June 2014, "Tax Controversy Corner - A Second Chance to Get it Right: Section 9100 Relief for Missed Elections"
May 1, 2014
Bryan Skarlatos published in the Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, Penalties, April – May 2014, “Tax Planning on the Edge: Potential Penalties in the International Tax Arena”
February 1, 2014
Megan L. Brackney published in AICPA - Practical Tax Strategies, February 2014, "When a Client Says 'I Have Something to Tell You. . . .' Should You Listen?"
February 1, 2014
Megan L. Brackney published in the Journal of Passthrough Entities January - February 2014, "Tax Controversy Corner - Reporting Loss Transactions for Partnerships"
January 1, 2014
Bryan Skarlatos published in the Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure, Penalties, December 2013 – January 2014, “Can an Innocent Taxpayer Be Subject to an Unlimited Statute of Limitations Because of the Return Preparer’s Fraud?”
September 1, 2013
Megan L. Brackney published in the Journal of Passthrough Entities September - October 2013, "Tax Controversy Corner - Will I Be Sued? Potential Civil Liability of the Tax Matters Partner"
August 13, 2013
Brian P. Ketcham published in The Champion August 2013, "Waiving the Fifth Amendment Before Congress - Not as Easy As Congress Might Hope"
July 26, 2013
Caroline Rule published BNA Tax Management Portfolio, IRS Procedures: Examinations and Appeals, No. 623-3rd (July 2013)
Megan L. Brackney and Joseph Septimus published in the WG&L Journal of International Taxation, "How Foreign Corps. That Miss a Filing Can Avoid Losing U.S. Tax Deductions"
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