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Court declines work product matter

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to take up a closely-watched case asking whether the work product doctrine prevents IRS officials from examining materials prepared by attorneys in support of audited corporate financial statements.

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Law firm fined for circumventing IRS levy

A law firm that was subject to federal tax levies on a partner’s “salary” was required to surrender to the government the funds that it instead paid to the partner as “draws,” the Second Circuit ruled this week in affirming judgment.

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Top earner audits rising

The Internal Revenue Service has stepped up audits of taxpayers on both ends of the earning curve, including a 33 percent jump in audits for those earning between $1 million and $5 million per year.

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