Wednesday, October 17, 2012

106 Ponzi Scheme Cases And Helpful Research

For several years now, I've been able to serve people all over the United States and their counselors to increase their recovery of taxes for Ponzi Scheme victims and for clawback victims. 

One of the first things required is for people to know as much of the facts as possible. People need to be aware of their legal rights as taxpayers to use the tax losses to reduce their taxes.

We would like to share this current list ponzi schemes and helpful resources: Click here to view entire list of 106.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Richard Lehman's Expertise Helps Produce Instant Results

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. Often called the "congressional watchdog," GAO investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. 

They recently released the "Customer Outcomes in the Madoff Liquidation Proceeding" Download the entire 80 page report here.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Internal Revenue Service offers major tax benefit to Ponzi Scheme Clawback Payments

ATTN: PONZI Scheme Victims -- The most recent Internal Revenue Service ruling allows clawback victims of Ponzi schemes to maximize their tax refunds and deduct their losses in years that would otherwise be closed by the Statute of Limitations. This is in the event the deductions are more valuable in the earlier years for purposes of tax refunds.

In addition, to make you aware of the new Internal Revenue Service positive position, I would also like to direct you to an article that describes completely the advantages of how to make use of Code Section 1341 "Favorable Tax Consequences – Ponzi Schemes And The Clawback"

Monday, July 2, 2012

The law permits tax deductions for losses from financial fraud under the theft loss deduction category.

If it has been decided that you are not eligible for the I.R.S Safe Harbor - then you will use the law. 

There are many ways to recover valuable income tax refunds from losses from financial crimes that are either not actual ponzi schemes or that are Ponzi Schemes that do not fit the standards of the safe harbor.  The law permits tax deductions for losses from financial fraud under the theft loss deduction category.

This is a more difficult task than relying on the safe harbor rules. The taxpayer must be careful to prove the theft, the amount of the loss and the time of the loss if the taxpayer is going to be successful.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

How to best secure a tax refund from Ponzi Scheme losses

As of March 1, 2012 - this video introduction has been updated with valuable information from Tax Attorney, Richard S. Lehman, Esq.
Topics discussed in this seminar include: Ponzi schemes and theft loss, understanding the safe harbor, the theft loss, what is privity, amount of the theft loss deduction, phantom income, the year of discovery, amount of theft loss in the year of discovery, reasonable prospect of recovery, ascertainable standard, tax planning for maximum use of loss, quantifying the amount of the theft loss, the amended return, claw backs, estates and trusts, comparing safe harbor vs the law, tax planning