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alliantgroup Tax Controversy Services: IRS reopens PTIN program

On February 1st, 2013, the District Court for the District of Columbia modified its holding in Loving v. Internal Revenue Service to state that the IRS can continue to enforce the Preparer Tax Identification Numbers (PTINs) system. Loving imposed a permanent injunction upon the IRS against enforcing the PTIN system, including competency testing and education…

alliantgroup’s National Managing Director Dean Zerbe tapped as tax expert in recent The Wall Street Journal and Accounting Today articles

In recent high-profile stories, Dean Zerbe shares his expertise and insights on the tax code and how proposed changes will affect small and mid-size businesses. In a cover story on July 23, 2012 in The Wall Street Journal, “Firms Pass Up Tax Breaks, Citing Hassles, Complexity,” Dean Zerbe was sought as a subject matter expert…

California Issues Guidance on R&D Credit Base Amount – Companies with $ 0 Gross Receipts Can Claim the Credit

California Issues Guidance on R&D Credit Base Amount – Companies with $ 0 Gross Receipts Can Claim the Credit The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) issued new guidance relating to the way in which a company calculates its base amount for the state Research and Development Credit. California uses a definition of “gross receipts” that…

alliantgroup Managing Director Invited to Share Insights on R&D Tax Credit at ABA National Meeting

February 28, 2012 (Houston) — alliantgroup’s Managing Director Jeremy Fingeret, J.D., was invited to join a prestigious group of tax legal advisors at the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation Midyear Meeting in San Diego on February 17, 2012. Jeremy joined other distinguished panelists including Alex Sadler and Jeff Moeller of Ivins Phillips & Barker;…

alliantgroup’s analysis on the Trinity lawsuit clarifying inclusion of prototype costs for the R&D credit

Though beloved by politicians, the accounting industry and taxpayers, the law surrounding the R&D tax credit has become a contested issue on various matters. Much of the debate between taxpayers, the accounting industry and the IRS centers around the credit’s definition of qualified research expenditures (QREs).  Specifically, there has been confusion regarding the inclusion of…

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