Recently, new developments have occurred regarding deductibility of legal expenses for a job related lawsuit, deductibility of interest on student loans paid by parents for a child, use of an internet tax stamp, a defective IRS deficiency notice, and an extension for an IRA rollover due to a bank’s error. Each of these will be discussed.
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Contributions Interpreted To Mean One Per Taxpayer Per Tax Year in US Tax Court Case – Bobrow v. Commissioner –
In Bobrow v. Comm’r, T.C. Memo. 2014-21, the Tax Court relied on IRC 408(d)(3)(B) regarding the limits and frequency of nontaxable rollover contributions elected by the taxpayer noting that the one-year limitation addressed in this section of the United States Tax Code applies to all IRAs maintained by the individual taxpayer.
So there you have it, as a result going forward I am now advising United States Taxpayers to engage only one IRA rollover per tax year and to be the absolute safest one rollover every 366 days.