IRS Caught Double Dipping

By Cathleen Cooper Moran, Moran Law Group (Mountain View, CA)

The third amended IRS claim in my client’s case added entries for an excise tax for 2015 and 2016.

Excise tax? New one on me where the debtor was a general contractor.

I called the IRS agent on the POC for some hints as to what the tax was all about. I needed to know how to analyze whether it was real and correct. It was enough money to threaten the feasibility of the already precarious Chapter 13 plan.

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