Taxpayer who traveled a great deal but slept at home and who sought to deduct cost of his meals on road did not qualify as one entitled to deduction under “overnight rule” simply because length of trip tired him and he stopped by side of road for brief catnap. Barry v. C. I. R., 435 F.2d 1290, (C.A.1, 1970).

Petitioner was not entitled to proceed in forma pauperis because his petition for writ of mandamus in civil action for damages of two dollars in illegal taxes was frivolous. In re Whitaker, 115 S.Ct. 2 (1994).

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Happy Tax Day!
In honor of this lovely occasion, I wanted to reflect on a couple previous posts I wrote under the topic of taxes which you may find interesting. Enjoy!


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