Thanksgiving has me thinking about turkey, of course. And other poultry. Like my hens at Faucher Family Farms. My hens won’t ever end up on our table because I value them for their eggs, but Karen brought a Costco chicken home the other night.
Did former President Trump unleash the IRS on political foes Jim Comey and Andrew McCabe? The question is back in the news. Trump’s former Chief of Staff, General John Kelly, says Trump demanded the FBI Commissioners be punished with audits. Read more>>
I was a tax attorney at the IRS for a decade. So you know I’ve been all over the fascinating story that the IRS recently subjected former FBI Directors James Comey and Andrew McCabe to its most invasive NRP audit. Comey and McCabe were famously fired and publicly abused by former President Trump. Suspicious minds now wonder whether IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig, a Trump appointee, ordered the audits on these two men as a form of political retribution. Very unlikely. Here’s why.Read more>>
Readers of my blog and newsletter know I have a side-gig in about a dozen hens. I love them and I love the fresh eggs they give me. That’s me with one of the girls. I’ve written about my flock before. Notice the nifty Faucher Family Farms shirt Karen got me for Christmas. Read more »
Readers of my blog know I like to unload on the IRS occasionally. Here’s another story from the Tax Troll Trenches Read more »
I enthusiastically applaud President Biden’s proposal to increase the IRS’s budget by $1.2 billion, or more than 10 percent over this year’s budget. In fact, call me a huge cheerleader for this proposal
According to the New York Times, corporate America is starting to see Covid-19 related bankruptcies on the increase. At Faucher Law, P.C., we still haven’t seen this increase. Note that the New York Times doesn’t give statistics, and it’s only talking about major corporate bankruptcies: chapter 11, not chapter 7. Read more »
There are lots of bankruptcy attorneys out there. Many of them are downright cheap, charging less than $1,000. I routinely charge three to four times more. How could hiring an “expensive” attorney ever make sense? Remember that old saying: “you get what you pay for?” It’s true. Read more »