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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Tax Blogger in Tax Court

Tax_court_54Levine_1Joe Kristan passed along the news that tax blogger Stuart Levine (of the Tax & Business Law Commentary Blog) was the counsel of record on behalf of the taxpayers in yesterday's Tax Court decision, Hartsock v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2006-205.  The Tax Court upheld the assessment of over $225,000 in taxes and interest on the ground that the taxpayers did not adequately document their losses from slot machines at various Atlantic City casinos.  (It should be noted that Stuart entered his appearance in the case after the trial.)

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