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Crime and Marriage

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What are the tax implications of crime on the family tax return? What is the impact of criminal gain by one partner in a marriage? Should a spouse have known the money was tainted? Is there an innocent spouse aspect to this? Consider these questions and more.
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TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2020

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1. Crime and Marriage (Jan 2017)

Ian M. Comisky, William Cotter, Mary T. Vidas

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Crime and Marriage (Jan 2017)

What are the tax implications of crime on the family tax return? What is the impact of criminal gain by one partner in a marriage? Should a spouse have known the money was tainted? Is there an innocent spouse aspect to this? Consider these questions and more.

Originally presented at: Nov 2016 Taxation Conference

Ian M. Comisky, Fox Rothschild LLP - Philadelphia, PA
William Cotter, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation - San Antonio, TX
Mary T. Vidas, Blank Rome LLP - Philadelphia, PA