Tax Roundup, 4/6/2012

April 6th, 2012 by Joe Kristan

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out: IRS Commissioner to Leave in September When 5-Year Term Ends (TaxProf)

Then why didn’t he practice safe tax? F. Lee Bailey Was No Tax Court Virgin (Peter J. Reilly)

You can put it next to your Bernie Madoff bobblehead: This Is Your Last Chance to Own (or Gift!) a Piece of Koss Embezzlement History (Going Concern)

Identity theft happens in Iowa too (Davis Tax Law Blog)

Kay Bell has thoughts on How to avoid a tax audit, virtual or otherwise. Kay talks about how much deduction is “normal.” Audits aren’t fun, but if you maintain good records and report your income, don’t chicken out on taking deductions you deserve just because they’re bigger than “normal.”

The bank is a better lender than the IRS on April 17: Paying Taxes by Credit Card? Read This First (Smartmoney Tax Blog)

TaxGrrrl: You Can’t Get a Tax Refund for Buying Groceries – And Other Helpful Advice

Good luck getting rent from the tenants to pay them off: Should Muni Bonds Pay To Demolish Buildings? (TaxVox)

Tax Policy Blog: Tax Freedom Day: The Song

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