In Evenchik v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2013-34 (Feb. 4, 2013), the taxpayers donated approximately 72 percent of their shares in a corporation called Chateau Apartments, Inc., to a non-profit housing organization. The issue addressed in the case was whether the taxpayers submitted a qualified appraisal for the charitable deduction carryforward claimed on their 2006 return.
In a recent decision, a Massachusetts federal court upheld the Internal Revenue Service’s assessment of penalties when, based on the advice of its accountants, an estate didn’t file a timely estate tax return.
The Tax Court recently addressed whether a taxpayer must pay an additional 10 percent income tax on distributions he received from his qualified retirement plans, despite the fact that the funds were subsequently used to pay court-ordered alimony to the taxpayer’s former spouse.
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