Stephen Olsen About Stephen Olsen

Stephen J. Olsen’s practice includes tax planning and controversy matters for individuals, businesses and exempt entities for the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.

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  1. Bob Kamman says:

    I know I have to report as income the $200 I won Sunday on a slot machine at Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens, but can I deduct the $18 park entrance fee? In any case when I returned to the hotel a question emailed by a journalist friend led me to this interesting procedural factoid. When a Tax Court judge retires as Diane Kroupa did on June 16, what happens to her undecided cases like the newsworthy one tried in February (Canna Care, TC 005678-12)? See Chief Judge Thornton’s order of June 18.

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