The IRS finalized proposed regulations issued last August on the new transition tax, which generally taxes the accumulated post-1986 deferred foreign income of a corporation.
The IRS issued an updated contingency plan outlining how it will function during tax season.
The IRS announced that its Free File program, which provides free electronic filing options to moderate-income taxpayers, opened Jan. 11 and will operate through Oct. 15.
The IRS announced Monday evening that tax season will start in late January and that it will issue refunds to taxpayers despite the partial shutdown of the federal government.
Advance guidance clarifies that the TCJA's disallowance of deductions for entertainment, amusement, or recreation does not address business meals.
An altered landscape awaits CPA preparers and their clients.
The cash method and other favorable rules are now more widely available with Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changes.
The hybrid nature of these specified occupations may allow taxpayers in them to claim the 20% deduction of Sec. 199A from qualified business income.
Extended limitation period of 10 years for refund claims applies only to foreign tax credit, Second Circuit affirms.
Objective evidence indicates donors' intent was to provide compensation, the Tax Court holds.
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Taxpayers who have been contacted by an IRS-contracted private debt collection agency may need professional representation to preserve their full array of repayment options.
Personal exemption claims are deemed for health care provisions ... Suspension of moving expense reimbursement exclusion is clarified
A partial government shutdown at midnight on Friday would affect the IRS, which has not been fully funded for fiscal year 2019.
The IRS released guidance on the standard mileage rate for business, medical and certain moving expenses incurred in 2019.
The IRS issued proposed rules on the Sec.59A base-erosion anti-abuse tax (BEAT), one of a number of new international tax provisions added by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The IRS issued guidance outlining how to determine the amount of parking expense that is nondeductible under Sec. 274(a)(4) when employers provide parking for their employees.
The IRS issued initial guidance on the application of Sec. 83(i), which allows certain employees to defer recognition of income attributable to the receipt or vesting of qualified stock.
The Court of Federal Claims holds that actions and failure to inquire into reporting requirements for a foreign account by a taxpayer who had made a 'quiet disclosure' showed willfulness.
The AICPA worked with several other organizations to create a model statute for states to handle the new federal partnership audit regime.