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Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to IRS FICA Student Exception Regs
CCH: Standard Federal Tax Reports - Taxes on Parade
June 10, 2010
Jeffrey S. Ashendorf
In this article, Jeffrey Ashendorf, a partner in Ford & Harrison's New York office, comments that the Eighth Circuit did not discuss some of the issues that the Supreme Court may address regarding the dispute between medical schools and the IRS over the treatment of medical residents for FICA tax purposes.
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