Can a taxpayer put property beyond the IRS’s reach by purchasing the property in the name of a corporation or a third party? The answer is typically “no.” The recent Arlin Geophysical Co. v. United States, No. 2:08-cv-00414-DN-EJF (C.D. Utah 2018) provides an example. Facts & Procedural History The court case involves an individual who…Continue readingIRS Can Collect from Property Purchased in Corporation
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