Lawyer agrees to injunction in alleged timeshare-donation tax scheme

A Montana lawyer has agreed to an injunction that prevents him from promoting a timeshare program that allegedly allowed unhappy timeshare owners to donate their timeshare to charity and claim an inflated tax deduction.  Lawyer James Tarpey of Bozeman agreed to the injunction along with two companies he founded: Donate for a Cause and Resort Closings Inc., according to a press release and Forbes.     Read the article………….


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