Tag Archives: Tax protester statutory arguments

Cracking the Tax Code

Today TaxMama hears from Tom in Florida who wants to know, “Does there exist a “codex” of the IRS tax code by section and with a brief description or synopsis of what each code relates to? I’d like to get at least one of those “codex”-type reference guides if you or anyone else knows how […]

Parents Die

Today TaxMama hears from Sara in Kirkland, WA who asks, “My parents have a debt to the IRS for back income taxes. They have tried an Offer in Compromise twice and been rejected. The incident is now about 20 years old, and they have given up hope of ever paying it off. I think they […]

Katrina Corporate Extensions

With the news being filled with Hurricane Katrina, this seems to be a good time to address the upcoming corporate tax filing deadlines. Many people are totally displaced from their homes and businesses. Odds are, that they won’t even be able to return to get their records for months. That is – if the records […]