The federal prosecution of alleged corruption at Atlanta City Hall appears to be advancing.
Candidate tax returns show up in politics, but not in law
Georgians have been promised a look at least one gubernatorial candidate’s tax returns, maybe two. But while challenging one’s opponents to publish their taxes is becoming a campaign-season standard, it’s not part of the law.
Georgia State’s Tax Clinic Gives Georgia’s Low-Income Taxpayers a Fresh Start
By W. Edward Afield, Director, Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic and Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law Often overlooked in broader conversations about improving access to justice is the importance of improving access for taxpayers to a just administration of federal tax laws. Given the tax code’s complexity, and […]
Three Things You Can Do to Avoid Being Audited
If your income is higher than $200,000, there is currently a 1 in 27 chance you will be audited. But what do these audits entail – and how can you avoid them?