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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Wood Reviews Innocent Spouse

InnocentspouseRobert W. Wood (Wood & Porter, San Francisco) has published Spousal Tax Secrets Exposed: A Review of Innocent Spouse, 132 Tax Notes 635 (Aug. 8, 2011) (reviewing Innocent Spouse: A Memoir (Crown, 2011), by Carol Ross Joynt):

Innocent spouse claims are much in the tax news lately, primarily because of the timing of those claims and the IRS’s controversial two-year deadline, which it recently abandoned. But there is a much larger canvas of those claims and their realworld impact. Wood reviews Carol Ross Joynt’s book, Innocent Spouse, finding that tax professionals and the public can both benefit from reading about the real-life nightmare it recounts.

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