Category Archives: Tax Law

Texas HB 11 Sales Tax Audits Successful for Auditor, Disaster for Retailer

Beginning on January 1, 2008, the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts was given a very powerful and effective sales tax auditing tool by the Texas Legislature.  The Criminal Investigation Division of the Comptroller’s Office recently published the following post on its website. “Passed during the 80th Legislative Session in 2007, HB 11 dramatically increased the [...]

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The IRS Gives Employees a Whistle to Blow and Employers a Safe Harbor

The IRS has given an employee worker wrongly classified as an independent contractor a very loud whistle to blow and employers the means to obtain an advance determination of worker classification to avoid future disputes and tax liabilities. When is a worker an employee or an independent contractor for federal income tax purposes?   Disputes [...]

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IRS Policing Healtcare – KETK with Peter Milne

KETK interviews managing partner Peter G. Milne on March 23rd, 2010 regarding the new healthcare policy. Read the full article Here. Video courtesy of KETK NBC Tyler.

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