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Estate of Eva Franzen Kollsman et al. v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo. 2017-40, No. 26077-09 Court Finds IRS's Experts More Credible in Valuation of Old Masters Paintings for Estate Tax Purposes

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SEC Investment Management Guidance Update: Robo-Advisors
"[D]epending on their business models and operations, robo-advisers should keep in mind certain unique considerations as they seek to meet their legal obligations under the Advisers Act. This Staff guidance offers suggestions for how robo-advisers may address some of these issues.... [T]here may be a variety of means for a robo-adviser to meet its obligations to its clients under the Advisers Act ... This Staff guidance focuses on robo-advisers that provide services directly to clients over the internet. This guidance, however, may be helpful for other types of robo- advisers as well as other registered investment advisers." February, 2017.

Securities and Exchange Commission Release No. 34-79964
SEC Order approves FINRA rules to (1) require members to make reasonable efforts to obtain the name of and contact information for a trusted contact person for a customer’s account; and (2) permit members to place temporary holds on disbursements of funds or securities from the accounts of specified customers, where there is a reasonable belief that these customers have been, are being, or will be subject to financial exploitation).

IRS Makes Approved Form 1023-EZ Data Available Online
Page from the IRS website announces that public information from approved applications for exemption filed using Form 1023-EZ is now available online for the first time.

Your Taxes Section -- The New York Times
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