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Fourth Circuit upholds IRS regulation on time limit for equitable spousal relief requests

The Fourth Circuit reversed the Tax Court and joins with the Third and Seventh Circuits upholding Reg. 1.6015-5(b)(1), which proves that a spouse must request equitable relief under Code Sec. 6015(f) no later than two years from the first collection activity against the spouse in Jones v. Comm., (CA 4 6/13/2001) 107 AFTR 2d 2011-930

IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman has directed the IRS to review the two-year period regulation noting that the courts are at odds over the two-year rule.

Margaret L. Cross-Beliveau, Esq., LL.M.

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