Robert Wood has a timely reminder that certain forms, if not filed or filed properly, can create major statute of limitations problems for U.S. taxpayers. Robert W. Wood, Scariest Tax Form? Skip It, And IRS Can Audit Forever (Forbes 3/l3/14), here . The...
A person commenting on an earlier blog asked the following question (modified slightly for clarity):
Does the statute of limitations for the FBAR penalty (both civil and criminal) toll if the taxpayer is outside the U.S.?
I answered at least the...
In a huge win for the taxpayers in this case and many other similarly situated taxpayers, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its opinion in United States v. Home Concrete & Supply, LLC, 2012 U.S. LEXIS 3274 (U.S. Apr. 25, 2012) . The Supreme Court...