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About Marc Huff

Marc Huff is a partner in the firm’s Pensacola office where his areas of practice include estate planning, probate, federal and state taxation, and business planning. Marc also has experience representing companies and individuals in both state and federal courts, including litigation involving business disputes, construction defects, products liability, and probate and trust matters. Marc is a graduate of Clemson University (B.S. Financial Management, 2002) and the University of Alabama School of Law (J.D., 2005). While in law school, Marc served as an Articles Editor for the Alabama Law Review. Marc is currently working towards a Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the University of Alabama School of Law. Marc is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell and is licensed to practice in Alabama, Florida, and Texas. Prior to joining Beggs & Lane, Marc practiced with the firm of Wilmer & Lee, P.A. in Huntsville, Alabama.
Contact Marcus A. Huff at or 850-469-3322

Case: Tax Court Properly Upheld Levies Against Unresponsive Taxpayer

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that the Tax Court’s ruling upholding an IRS Appeals Board decision to deny a face-to-face hearing before enforcing levies against a taxpayer was not an abuse of the Tax Court’s discretion. In Muir v. Commissioner, No. 18-60336 (5th Cir. Feb 15, 2019), [...]

By |2020-01-23T16:02:05+00:00February 26th, 2019|

Tax Court: Real Estate Professional Allowed Losses Under IRC § 469

The United States Tax Court recently issued an opinion which provides a good analysis of the passive activity loss limitations of Internal Revenue Code § 469 and their applicability to those involved in managing rental real estate. In Birdsong v. Commissioner, T.C. Memo 2018-148 (Sept. 10, 2018), the petitioners, husband [...]

By |2018-09-25T15:26:56+00:00September 25th, 2018|

1st DCA: Church Failed To Timely Contest Tax Assessment

Florida’s First District Court of Appeal recently held a church’s complaint challenging the denial of an ad valorem tax exemption should be dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. In doing so, the court provided a good review of the statutory requirements for a taxpayer to maintain an action contesting [...]

By |2020-01-23T16:03:48+00:00August 22nd, 2018|
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