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  • Updates the 2016 release of King's Discharging Taxes

  • 101 Pages (est)

  • 200 + Cases cited

  • Updates 55 important sections of the book

  • Cross-referenced to the book

Since its first release in 1990, it has become the leading practice guide on this topic. It has gone through 10 updated versions from its first release in 1990, and has expanded from the first release of 150 pages to the current release of 625 pages.
The author has been practicing law for over 45 years.
His 2 and 3-day seminars on this topic have been presented annually since 2000 with 5-star ratings.
 
Available with the book is his 7.5 hour recorded webinar, co-hosted by NACTT, on the same topic.
Much of his time is occupied with consulting and assisting lawyers across the country on the topic of discharging taxes.
His other books on non-bankruptcy remedies are practice guides for IRS Offers-in-Compromise and Collection Due Process appeals. Contributing to these books are several authorities on the topics, David Greenberg, Esq. San Diego, and Dennis Brager, Esq., Los Angeles.
His e-letter, King's Tax Hotwire goes to over 4,000 professionals several times a month.

EMERGING & EXPANDING ISSUES

 

Partial list of Recent cases & other updates

 

  • Is it a tax? ¶ 2.2

  • The three-year rule ¶ 2.4(e)

  • The late-filed return issues (McCoy ¶ 2.4(f)(2)

  • What is a "tax return"? ¶ 2.4(f)(2)

  • The sleeping assessment ¶ 2.4(g), ¶ 7.10(b)(12)

  • What is "filed or given"? ¶ 2.4(f)(4)

  • When filed? ¶ 2.4(f)(16), 2.4(f)(17), ¶ 7.9(f)(1)

  • What constitutes tax evasion? ¶ 2.4(i)

  • Fraud of one spouse imputed ¶ 2.4(i)(12)

  • What constitutes tax evasion? ¶ 2.4(i)

  • Discharging penalties ¶ 2.7

  • Penalty abatement ¶ 2.7, 5.5(c)

  • Sales taxes ¶ 2.8(g)

  • The serial filer ¶ 2.9(c)(2)

  • Equitable tolling of the 2-year rule ¶ 2.9(c)(5)(ii)

  • Allocation of payments to IRS ¶ 2.15

  • IRS Statute of Limitations ¶ 2.16

  • Co-liable non- filing spouse ¶ 2.19(e)

  • Setoff ¶ 2.20

  • Adequate notice to IRS ¶ 3.6(c)

  • Stripping tax liens ¶ 3.12, ¶ 3.6(c)

  • Postpetition interest after discharge ¶ 3.13

  • Is the plan specific enough? ¶ 3.17

  • Violations of the stay ¶ 4.3, ¶ 5.9

  • Sanctions ¶ 4.5

  • Account Transcripts evidence ¶ 5.1(d) ¶ 7.5(b)

  • Trust-fund penalties ¶ 5.5(c)(4)

  • Innocent spouse ¶ 5.5(d)

  • Duty to surrender ¶ 5.9(d)

  • Litigating collection appeals ¶ 5.12

  • The CDP hearing ¶ 5.12

  • Exhaust Administrative Remedies ¶ 5.16

  • Damages, fees etc. ¶ 5.16(f)(2)

  • Taxpayer's Bill of Rights ¶ 5.17

  • Whistleblowers ¶ 5.18

  • Foreclose on tax lien ¶ 6.1(f)

  • Private tax collection (new) ¶ 6.1(l)

  • To what do tax liens Attach ¶ 6.3

  • Bifurcation of tax liens ¶ 6.5(b)(3)

  • Attacking tax liens ¶ 6.7

  • Transcripts ¶ 7.1

  • Meaning of code "599" ¶  7.9(f)(15)

  • Traps For The Unwary - Appendix

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