Justice Dept Seeks to Shut Down Tax Preparers
The Justice Department announced September 7, 2012, that it has sued two Dallas tax return preparers, seeking to bar them from preparing federal tax returns for others. The civil injunction suit alleges that Ricardo Solomon and Leslie Mosley, who operate a business called Trini Tax, claimed false deductions and credits on customers' federal tax returns.
Fuels Eligible for Tax Credits
Types of fuels that may qualify for federal fuel tax credits include:
- Gasoline, including all products commonly and commercially sold as gasoline that have an octane rating of 75 or more and are suitable for use as a motor fuel. This also includes gasoline blends other than ethanol and methanol fuel as well as denatured gasoline.
- Aviation gasoline, including all special grades of gasoline suitable for use in aviation reciprocating engines.
- Undyed diesel fuel for use in a diesel-powered highway vehicle or train. Diesel fuel also includes transmix and diesel fuel blendstocks
- Undyed kerosene, grades 1-K and 2-K.
- Aviation-grade kerosene used as jet fuel.
- Liquefied petroleum gas: propane, butane, pentane, or mixtures of those gases.
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