Tax Law

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TIGTA Report Implies A Lot, Proves Little, About Bias at the IRS
Posted on 29 May 2013 by Martin A. Sullivan

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration's report that is at the center of the current firestorm over potential political bias at the IRS... examined the names of... 296 [501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4)] organizations] and found that 98 of them... Read More

Trick or Treat and the Mortgage Interest Deduction
Posted on 29 Oct 2010 by Christopher Bergin

Just in time for Halloween, the Obama Administration is leaking that there are some scary things going on in its deficit commission. The commission is due to come out in a few weeks with its recommendations for confronting the impending bankruptcy of... Read More

The Fate of Tax Reform Depends on the Tea Party
Posted on 11 Jan 2011 by Martin A. Sullivan

A new day is dawning, and on Capitol Hill, conservatives must make a choice. Will they follow the easy path of politics as usual, or will they practice what they preach and adhere to their core principles? The high-profile controversy over earmarks in... Read More