Sanjeev ghai Income Tax

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Published on August 9, 2014

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FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW COURSE DESKBOOK : FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW COURSE DESKBOOK FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES : FACULTY BIOGRAPHIES LIEUTENANT COLONEL JANET H. FENTON, JA, Deputy, Legal Assistance Policy Division. B.A., Idaho State University, 1983; J.D., Pepperdine University School of Law, 1986; 114th Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course, 1987; Combined Arms and Services Staff School, 1995; LL.M., 44th Judge Advocate Officer Graduate Course, 1996; United States Army Command and General Staff College, 1999; LL.M. (Taxation), University of Washington School of Law, 2001. Legal Assistance Attorney, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, 1987-Oct 1988; Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, Oct 1988- Oct 1989; Defense Counsel, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct 1989- Dec 1990; Chief, Legal Assistance, Fort Ord , California, Dec 1990- Aug 1991; Chief, Military Justice, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, Aug 1991- 1993; 5th Recruiting Brigade Judge Advocate, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 1993-1995; Professor, Legal Assistance Branch, Administrative and Civil Law Department, The Judge Advocate General’s School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1996-1999; Chief, Claims, Fort Lewis, Washington, Jun 1999-Jan 2000; Chief, Military Justice, Fort Lewis, Washington, Feb 2000- Aug 2000; Deputy, Legal Assistance Policy Division, Washington D.C., 2001-2003; Executive Director, Armed Forces Tax Council, Washington, D.C., 2003-2006. Member of the Bars of Hawaii, Texas, Washington, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. PowerPoint Presentation: LIEUTENANT COLONEL SAMUEL W. KAN, JA, Professor and Vice Chair, Administrative and Civil Law Department. B.S., United States Military Academy, 1994; J.D., The University of Texas School of Law, 2000; LL.M. (Military Law), 54th Judge Advocate Graduate Course, 2006; LL.M. (Taxation, with Certificate in Estate Planning), Georgetown University Law Center, 2009. Air Assault, 1992; Military Police Officer Basic Course, Protective Services, and Master Fitness, 1994; 153rd Judge Advocate Basic Course, 2000; Combined Arms and Services Staff School, 2002; Intermediate Level Education, 2008. Platoon Leader and Executive Officer, 401st Military Police Company, 720th Military Police Battalion, 89th Military Police Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas, with a deployment to Panama, 1995-1997; Administrative Law Attorney and Chief of Administrative Law, 2nd Infantry Division, South Korea, 2001-2002; Trial Counsel, Chief of Claims, and Chief of Legal Assistance, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, with a deployment to Afghanistan with CJTF-76, 2002- 2005; Senior Defense Counsel, Fort Stewart, Georgia, 2006-2008. Member of the Bars of Texas, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Federal Claims PowerPoint Presentation: LIEUTENANT COLONEL DON F. SVENDSEN, JR., is an Air Force Reserve attorney attached to the Air Force Judge Advocate School, Maxwell, Alabama. Upon graduation from the College of William and Mary in 1990, Lieutenant Colonel Svendsen was commissioned an active duty second lieutenant in the US Army field artillery. He served as a fire support officer with the 1/72 Armored Tank Battalion, 2d Infantry Division, Camp Casey, Korea, transferred to the Finance Corps and continued to serve with various increasingly responsible positions at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, the Army Staff at the Pentagon, and finally with the Eighth Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation with the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Upon leaving active duty, Lieutenant Colonel Svendsen worked at the accounting firm, Coopers & Lybrand LLP (later PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP) as a tax manager, at a small law firm specializing in estate tax planning, and as the Chief of Enforcement for the Internal Revenue Service Office of Professional Responsibility. Lieutenant Colonel Svendsen is a graduate of the George Washington University law school, the Air Command and Staff College, and the Air War College. In his civilian capacity, Lieutenant Colonel Svendsen currently serves as the Assistant Director for Military Compensation in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. RESOLUTION TECHNIQUES: RESOLUTION TECHNIQUES A. Talking to all of the players. 1. Taxpayer prepared return. You’ll save a lot of time and energy if you meet with the taxpayer that actually prepared the return. The spouse that keeps the household records or the spouse that was available for the appointment or the child whose parent prepared the return are all going to balk at the significant questions you pose. Hours can be wasted trying to calculate basis or useful life where the preparer has the information at their fingertips. 2. Tax Center prepared return. A call to the Tax Center might prove rewarding. While Tax Center personnel tend to be transient, offices often retain previous years returns. Additionally, someone at the Tax Center may be attempting to assist or contact the taxpayer on the issues in dispute. 3. Commercially prepared returns. The taxpayer may have paid for some sort of audit assistance or penalty and interest insurance. Most contractual provisions require the taxpayer to promptly notify the preparer of any IRS notice REQUESTING RELIEF.: REQUESTING RELIEF. A. IRS notices commonly ask the taxpayer to characterize his position with regard to the issue. 1. Fully agree with the notice. There is no issue in controversy. The taxpayers may wish to have the interest abated. The IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 requires the IRS to notify taxpayers of proposed discrepancies within 18 months of the original filing date in order to charge interest. Additionally, the Tax Reform Act of 1986 allows the IRS to reduce or remove interest attributable to errors or delays made by the IRS in the performance of ministerial acts. 2. Partially agree with the notice. The taxpayers wish to have the IRS reduce any taxes attributed to the incorrect changes made by the IRS. Taxpayers will substantiate the correct entries and ask the IRS to recompute taxes, penalties and interest. PowerPoint Presentation: 3. Wholly disagree with the notice. Taxpayers will substantiate the entries and computations on the return and ask the IRS to confirm the original taxes due or refund requested. B. Regardless of the position the taxpayers take on the notice, the reply to any notice should clearly state the name and address of the taxpayers, the tax year in question, the tax form originally filed, the notice to which the reply pertains, and any client authorization involved. Enclose the reply in the bar coded envelope provided by the IRS. The IRS Service Center must hand sort other envelopes and this will increase the processing time, at best. At worst the plain envelope will be routed to an incorrect office

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