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Innocent Spouse Tax Relief 2019

Product ID: CA2903D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from Can't Buy Me Love: Taxation Issues in Divorce.

What’s mine is yours?

If one spouse makes a mistake or underreports income on a jointly filed tax return, the other partner should be aware that they don’t necessarily have to abide by the mantra “what’s mine is yours” and share the blame. Under innocent spouse tax relief, an unknowing spouse can be relieved of liability and avoid paying hefty fines and interest to the IRS.

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This program is an excerpt from Can't Buy Me Love: Taxation Issues in Divorce.

What’s mine is yours?

If one spouse makes a mistake or underreports income on a jointly filed tax return, the other partner should be aware that they don’t necessarily have to abide by the mantra “what’s mine is yours” and share the blame. Under innocent spouse tax relief, an unknowing spouse can be relieved of liability and avoid paying hefty fines and interest to the IRS.

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Robert B. Teuber is a tax attorney with von Briesen & Roper, S.C.; he focuses his practice on tax disputes and controversies.

Rob regularly writes and speaks about the procedures available in addressing tax problems, and he works with clients across the United States to resolve IRS tax audits, Tax Court litigation, federal tax collection matters, and foreign account disclosures. He also serves clients in dealing with the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and local tax authorities to address sales, employment, income and property tax disputes.

Rob currently serves as chair of the State Bar Taxation Section Board of Directors and on the State Bar Finance Committee. He has also served as chair of the State Bar’s CLE committee and sat on the board of directors and executive committees of various non-profit organizations in the Milwaukee area.

  • Learn the three bases for relief from liability
  • Understand what facts and circumstances are considered by the IRS
  • Receive the criteria for both separation of liability relief and for equitable relief
  • Know how and when to request relief
  • Family law attorneys
  • Taxation lawyers
  • General practitioners
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