Congress seeks revision of tax code's Inncocent-Spouse rules

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Congress seeks revision of tax code's Inncocent-Spouse rules

Postby Parvati » Tue May 31, 2011 5:02 pm

Congress seeking revision of the tax code's innocent-spouse rules.

(Currently, the IRS will deny Innocent Spouse Relief unless claims are filed within 2 years.)
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