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Promoting Healthy Businesses With Tax Credits

By Marie Sapirie | 09/24/2020

Marie Sapirie describes the proposed healthy workplace tax credit, a relatively uncontroversial coronavirus pandemic relief provision, and how Congress and the IRS could handle it.

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Businesses Consider Ways to Take Deductions With PPP Proceeds

By Eric Yauch | 09/28/2020

The IRS closed the door on taking deductions funded with forgiven small business loans, and with Congress dragging its feet on addressing the issue, businesses are wondering if timing can be used as a workaround.

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Economic Analysis: Why Is the IRS ‘Lending’ $1 Billion to United Parcel Service?

By Martin A. Sullivan | 09/28/2020

Martin A. Sullivan argues that while in hindsight it might be easy to say that the provision of liquidity through the tax system for large creditworthy corporations like UPS turned out to be unnecessary, the time leading up to passage of economic stimulus was fraught with enormous uncertainty.

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A Shield, Not a Sword: Arbitration in Consumer Tax Cases

By David W. Bertoni, David Swetnam-Burland and Nathaniel A. Bessey | 09/21/2020

David W. Bertoni, David Swetnam-Burland, and Nathaniel A. Bessey with Brann & Isaacson discuss arbitration agreements and the False Claims Acts.

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Exit Interview With IRS Criminal Investigation Chief

David D. Stewart, Nathan J. Richman, and John Donald "Don" Fort | September 24

Tax Notes reporter Nathan J. Richman talks with outgoing IRS Criminal Investigations division Chief Don Fort about his decades-long career with the tax agency, his plans for retirement, and the future of the division. In the segment In the Pages, Tax Notes State Editor in Chief Jéanne Rauch-Zender chats with Lynn A. Gandhi, a partner and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, about her recent piece, “The Broad Reach of Michigan’s Industrial Processing Exemption.”

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