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Volume 47, No. 1
Fall 2019 Vol. 47 No.1

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The Chair's Message
Christi Mondrik, Mondrik & Associates 

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ARTICLES:
IRS Final Regulations Eliminate Bottom-Dollar Guarantees
Lee Meyercord, Thompson & Knight L.L.P.
Jessica Kirk, Thompson & Knight L.L.P.

Virtual Currency Holders Should Be Seeking Legal Counsel as IRS Begins Issuing Warning Letters
David E. Colmenero, Meadows, Collier, Reed, Cousins, Crouch & Ungerman, L.L.P.
Anthony P. Daddino, Meadows, Collier, Reed, Cousins, Crouch & Ungerman, L.L.P.

Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation: “Recent developments are just like ancient history, except they happened less long ago” First Wednesday Tax Update, May 1, 2019
Bruce A. McGovern, Professor of Law and Director, Tax Clinic, South Texas College of Law Houston

Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation: “Recent developments are just like ancient history, except they happened less long ago” First Wednesday Tax Update, August 7, 2019
Bruce A. McGovern, Professor of Law and Director, Tax Clinic, South Texas College of Law Houston

Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation: “Recent developments are just like ancient history, except they happened less long ago” First Wednesday Tax Update, September 4, 2019
Bruce A. McGovern, Professor of Law and Director, Tax Clinic, South Texas College of Law Houston 

Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation: “Recent developments are just like ancient history, except they happened less long ago” First Wednesday Tax Update, October 2, 2019
Bruce A. McGovern, Professor of Law and Director, Tax Clinic, South Texas College of Law Houston 

PRACTITIONER’S CORNER:
60 Day IRA Rollovers – The Bookkeeping Exception
Jim Griffin, Scheef & Stone, L.L.P.
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U.S. Supreme Court finds in-state beneficiary inadequate for trust tax
Alan Spigelman, RSM US LLP
Brian Kirkell, RSM US LLP
Mo Bell-Jacobs, RSM US LLP
Cindy Hull, RSM US LLP

U.S. Supreme Court denies Fielding petition after Kaestner
Carol Warley, RSM US LLP
Brian Kirkell, RSM US LLP
Eric Manus, RSM US LLP
Mo Bell-Jacobs, RSM US LLP 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT SUBMISSIONS:
Comments on Proposed Regulations Concerning the Deferral of Gain Recognition on Amounts Reinvested in Qualified Opportunity Funds
July 1, 2019
General Tax Committee
Partnership and Real Estate Tax Committee 

SECTION INFORMATION AND UPCOMING EVENTS:
Tax Section Council Roster
Tax Section Committee Chair and Vice Chair Roster
2019 – 2020 Calendar

 
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