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10-2194 Cole v. CIR

Tax Income tax; fraud Where the taxpayer is an attorney specializing in business planning and tax matters, the Tax Court reasonably found that he committed fraud by funneling income into entities that lacked any business purpose. "The Coles also concealed assets by funneling income into multiple business entities that lacked any business purpose. The entities served, as found ...

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