Court Determines that an HOA Is Not Legally Valid

HOAs and Condominiums derive from the covenants and state statutes’ powerful tools to use against homeowners. However, if the association does not meet the legal definition of a HOA or condo, then it cannot use the statuary toolbox.

The IRS Could Not Collect When the Tax Statute of Limitations Period Expired

There are things that can extend (the technical term is “toll”) the collections period for IRS debt. Make an offer in compromise, for example, and the period gets tolled.

Avoiding Cigarette Butts

Ohio Capital Gains
Ohio Tries to Reach Into a Non-Resident's Pocket for Stock-Sale Capital Gains - and Loses Before the Ohio Supreme Court

Someone Fought Back Against Ohio – And Won

The underlying question in this case is "does the sale of stock in a business operating in a state where you aren't a resident obligate you to capital gains state taxes on that sale?"

Deducting Everything - The Tanzi Doctrine

There is a long-standing doctrine that an employee is "in the business" of being an employee, but one still has to show some nexus between business expenses and being an employee in order to deduct them for taxes.