Deceased Enron CEO Lay Triumphs Over IRS in Tax Court
Kenneth Lay, the deceased chief executive officer of Enron Corp., defeated the Internal Revenue Service in the agency's bid to collect $3.9 million from his estate and his wife, the U.S. Tax Court ruled.
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#1 Aug 31, 2011
Even he is deceased, he can still play the tricks.
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