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IRS offers further K-2/K-3 relief

The new-for-2021 schedules for passthroughs with items of international tax relevance have vexed many practitioners.

IRS identifies paused taxpayer noticES

Certain letters advising of unfiled returns and unpaid taxes are suspended while the IRS works through its backlog of unprocessed returns.

Tax pros share IRS service challenge stories, solutions

Representatives of organizations making up the Tax Professionals United for Taxpayer Relief Coalition, which includes the AICPA, provide background in an online forum for the coalition’s taxpayer relief recommendations to the IRS.

IRS backs away from facial recognition

Amid criticism, the Service scraps its plans for a third-party company to authenticate taxpayers’ identities with a “selfie” photo to create and log in to online services.

Where to find April’s flipbook issue

The Journal of Accountancy is now completely digital. 





Get Clients Ready for Tax Season

This comprehensive report looks at the changes to the child tax credit, earned income tax credit, and child and dependent care credit caused by the expiration of provisions in the American Rescue Plan Act; the ability e-file more returns in the Form 1040 series; automobile mileage deductions; the alternative minimum tax; gift tax exemptions; strategies for accelerating or postponing income and deductions; and retirement and estate planning.