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Q. Can you transfer funds from a Roth to a grandchild within the first five years?
A new streamlined form for nonprofit organizations is stirring up controversy.
Unless you’re a novice investor, you’re probably aware of the “wash sale” rule.  But you may not know all the ins and outs.
The IRS is easing up on rules requiring disclosure of U.S. taxpayer information by banks in foreign countries under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
In essence, the IRS said that paying for goods or services in Bitcoin or some other virtual currency could result in a capital gain or loss.
Q. My mother moved out of the country. I support her, so can I still deduct her medical expenses?
The IRS has declined to appeal the decision striking down new regulatory requirements for professional tax return preparers.
Q. My son graduated from college in May. Can he deduct travel expenses to job interviews?
It’s not often you get a chance to pocket up to a half million dollars without paying a dime of federal income tax. But it could happen when you sell your principal residence.
In a controversial new case, the Tax Court ruled that the once-a-year limit on IRA rollovers applied to all the traditional IRAs owned by the taxpayer, instead of applying the rule separately to each IRA. This contradicted the IRS’ own position stated in Pub. 590, Individual Retire­­ment Accounts.
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