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  • Podcast: Reporting Cash Tips to the IRS

    In this episode of "More with McGlinchey," Douglas Charnas (Washington, DC) discusses the tax law governing cash tips and outlines the two voluntary IRS programs that substantially reduce the likelihood that a restaurant will be taxed on unreported cash tips.

  • Mixed reaction across America to ProPublica’s tax report

    Member Douglas Charnas (Washington) appeared on "NewsNation Now" on June 9 regarding the recent leak of high profile, high net worth individuals' private tax documents, which informed a recent ProPublica report. The report alleges that these individuals avoid paying their fair share of income tax and should be held to their "true tax rate."

  • D.C. homeless provider at center of lawsuits over taxes, building’s structural integrity

    Member Bob Driscoll (Washington) was quoted in a recent Washington Post article about property and tax disputes involving So Others Might Eat, which provides homeless services in the DC area. In a statement, Robert Neil Driscoll, an attorney who represents the affiliates that filed the suit, said the organization sued to preserve its right toMore

  • Eight McGlinchey Practices, 17 Attorneys honored in Chambers USA 2021

    McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce that 17 attorneys and eight practice areas have been recognized in the 2021 edition of Chambers USA – America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

  • 1099-C Discharge without Debt Cancellation Not Consumer Protection Law Violation

    Once again, a borrower who argued his debt was cancelled when he received an IRS Form 1099-C was told by the court that it was merely discharged. The court says “discharge” is not “actual discharge.” While acknowledging that a common consumer may not easily understand the distinction, the court held that “discharge” for IRS reporting purposes is not necessarily “actual discharge” of the obligation.

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