Throw Momma From Her Private Jet–Not From The Train

In Estate Planning, Tax Planning by Daniel Friedel

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman famously  dubbed the Bush 2001 tax cuts the “Throw Momma From The Train Act”, because the estate tax was eliminated for just one year—2010. But as 2010 grinds on without a federal estate levy, it’s becoming clear that Krugman got it wrong.  Any Momma who would ride the rails (even the pricey Acela) probably …

Wesley Snipes is Headin’ to Prison for Tax Fraud – Despite Claiming he was Never a US Citizen

In Uncategorized by Daniel Friedel

With the US Court of Appeals recent decision to affirm Wesley Snipes’ criminal tax conviction, it looks like Wesley Snipes may have to rely on the royalties from his cheesy “Total Gym” Infomercials to pay off his substantial legal fees and restitution incurred from his long battle with the IRS.  I wonder if the Federal Prison has a Total Gym??  …

Watch Out Reggie Bush…the IRS plays a mad defense!

In Tax Planning by Daniel Friedel

With College Football Season right around the corner, I can’t help but wonder how much collateral damage has been caused by USC’s flagrant NCAA rule violations and what measures (if any) are Universities taking to avoid joining USC in their fall from glory. The NCAA seems to be making an example out of USC’s violations by hitting them with severe …