Recent Tax Relief Articles

IRS Can Use Probate Process to Extend Collection Period

When a loved one dies, the person who serves as the personal representative is tasked with wrapping up the decedent's affairs and paying known creditors.  But what if one of the creditors is the IRS?  Can the probate process extinguish ...
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IRS Installment Agreement Calculation Counts Spendthrift Trust Distributions

The IRS generally cannot reach funds in a spendthrift trust to satisfy the trust beneficiary's unpaid tax debts.  But can the IRS factor in trust distributions in calculating the how much the taxpayer can pay under an installment agreement?  The ...
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IRS Can Collect from Property Purchased in Corporation

Can a taxpayer put property beyond the IRS's reach by purchasing the property in the name of a corporation or a third party?  The answer is typically "no."  The recent Arlin Geophysical Co. v. United States, No. 2:08-cv-00414-DN-EJF (C.D. Utah ...
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