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The Services’ decision says there is a need to “ensure the protection of public safety, health, property and the environment from a catastrophic breach of the Spirit Lake natural debris blockage caused by the 1980 eruption.” The access road would be 3.4 miles in total length and 16 feet wide — and it would impact at least 25 research plots in the area. That work is being challenged by the Western Environmental Law Center, which is representing four conservation groups and three individuals in its lawsuit against the Forest Service’s decision. Staff Attorney Susan Jane Brown said the Forest Service failed to consider alternatives and to gather input from scientists who have conducted research there. “That inability or the lack of taking that comprehensive look threatens the scientific and environmental values that the Pumice Plain represents to not only people in the Pacific Northwest but really research globally and internationally,” she said. The proposal would impact about 4 percent of the 3,840-acre Pumice Plain research area. Brown said she understands the importance of repairing the natural dam for public safety concerns, but the overflow is not a new or urgent issue. “It’s something that we need to deal with, but it’s not going to fail tomorrow, and it’s not going to fail next week, it’s not going to fail next month,” she said. “It will fail eventually, but we will have quite a bit of warning at that point should that situation arise.” Jim Gawel is an associate professor at the University of Washington-Tacoma. He’s been doing research at Mount St. Helens for more than 10 years, most recently in the Spirit Lake watershed. If the Forest Service plan moves forward, his work, along with that of more than a dozen professors and graduate students, would be impacted. One of those projects is his research into the recent appearance of a highly invasive species called New Zealand mud snails in Spirit Lake and its tributaries. Gawel is worried that if he can’t complete his research, the opportunity to learn about ways to prevent the snail’s spread across North America could be lost. “New Zealand mud snails would likely accelerate the spread … possibly introducing it into regions where it might not naturally reach,” he said. Gawel argued the Forest Service could avoid impacting his and others’ research by using helicopters for aerial transport of crews, building materials and equipment. “We do lots of jobs where it requires people to be flown in and out,” he said. “There’s other ways where you basically fly them in and spend a week working on the job and then are flown out at the end,” he said. “That decreases the potential risk of flying out on a regular basis.” The Forest Service said it considered helicopter transport, but it rejected the idea because of weather-related safety risks.

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There is a common perception among the public that the IRS will not allow a deduction unless you have the actual receipt for the expense, so people frantically keep large boxes of receipts in case they are audited. There are even electronic apps that allow you to scan these receipts into a computer for permanent access — some even allow classifying the expenses by category. Folks, this perception of our deductions being disallowed is simply not true. In reality, the federal tax law allows us to deduct out expenses even if we don’t have receipts. Instead, we can simply estimate our deductible expenses if we have a reasonable explanation of the amount and purpose of the expense, and especially if we have some kind of indirect affirmation. Case law is filled with examples. Here’s one example. Suppose your business rents office space, but you pay cash for it each month. So you have no receipts and also no checks to the building owner. Nevertheless the entire amount will be deductible. The same can be true for charges to your credit card. The capable IRS agents know this and will not only allow the expenses but may help you reconstruct what a reasonable deduction should be. The problem is the IRS auditors who deal with the unrepresented public — especially on small cases. Many of them tend to be bullies and are very aggressive in erroneously denying allowable deductions. So, the rule is really quite simple — keep the receipts if you have them but don’t worry if you don’t. If you are audited, hire a good tax representative and make a reasonable effort to reconstruct the deductions you are entitled to. More: Here is some tax insight on forming a new business entity An interesting side note: The U.S. Tax Court judges don’t like to hear these substantiation cases. In fact, in private, before trials, judges have actually told me they wouldn’t hear a substantiation case.