Tag Archives: Substantiation

Are Your Business Deductions at Risk of Being Disallowed by the IRS?

Small businesses run on tight margins. The last thing a business owner wants is an IRS notice announcing the disallowance any of their business expense deductions. This is particularly the case for sole proprietorships who report their business expenses on Schedule C of IRS Form 1040. For instance, deductions on Schedule ...

The IRS’ Proposed Regulations to Provide a Substitute to the “Contemporaneous Written Acknowledgment” Requirement: A Data Security and Identity Theft Fiasco in the Making

I would like to acknowledge my colleague, Attorney Patricia Weisgerber, LL.M., who co-authored this blog article with me. If you are a donor who makes a charitable gift of $250 or more, you need to obtain a “contemporaneous written acknowledgment” (CWA) letter from the recipient charitable organization to substantiate ...