Tax Podcasts

Presented by Edward Zollars

Stay up-to-date on the latest federal tax developments with a weekly audio tax podcast featuring national tax expert Edward Zollars, CPA. Each short podcast alerts you to significant IRS rulings, outcomes of federal court cases and interpretation of federal tax law.

A new 20-minute podcast is posted weekly with highlights of the prior week on both business and individual tax topics.

Listen to the latest podcasts

August 19, 2019
Length: 00:35:13 minutes
File size: 50.7 MB

This week we look at:

  • Taxpayer “wins” on a Cohan style case, but things don’t really go well
  • Qualified plan distribution is part of taxable income for the taxpayer even if the taxpayer doesn’t cash the check
  • An estate cannot avail itself of the economic disability tolling of the statute of limitations (and it wouldn’t have mattered anyway).
  • IRS to send out estimated tax penalty refund checks to 400,000 taxpayers

August 12, 2019
Length: 009:31:22 minutes
File size: 45.2 MB

This week we look at:

  • Kansas releases out of state seller rules that have no de minimis levels
  • Memorandum holds that partial denial of earned income tax credit can lead to loss of all credit for following two years
  • Tennessee court finds that Boyle rule still applies, taxpayer cannot rely on preparer to efile extension
  • New online tax withholding estimator released by IRS, second revised Form W-4 follows shortly after
  • Revised third-party contact rules released prior to Taxpayer First Rule change that takes effect August 15, 2019

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About Edward Zollars

Zollars is a partner with firm Thomas and Zollars, Ltd., a firm based in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a frequent speaker on federal tax topics and technology issues. In addition to speaking he has published articles in The Tax Advisor and Practical Tax Strategies.