The IRS issued final regulations that define real property for like-kind exchange purposes and what qualifies as incidental personal property that will not disqualify an exchange.
The IRS issued final rules on the Sec. 245A extraordinary disposition rule and the Sec. 951A disqualified basis and disqualified payment rules, as well as reporting requirements to facilitate the rules.
The AICPA is asking its members to write to their senators and representatives in Congress in support of legislation that would mandate that anyone who receives a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program can deduct business expenses even when payment of those expenses results in loan forgiveness under the CARES Act.
The IRS issued rules on two special enforcement matters for purposes of the unified partnership audit rules.
The IRS has posted final regulations governing how tax-exempt organizations determine if they have more than one unrelated trade or business for purposes of unrelated business income tax.
The IRS issued guidance for taxpayers who pay otherwise deductible expenses with PPP loan funds, stating that even if the payment and PPP loan forgiveness happen in different tax years, the expenses are not deductible.
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig told attendees at the AICPA National Tax & Sophisticated Online Tax Conference not to expect blanket penalty relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and he addressed other effects of the pandemic on the agency.
Advisers face the difficult task of helping clients plan for next year without knowing for certain which party will control the Senate.
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The IRS announced that beginning Dec. 13 it will mask sensitive data on business tax transcripts, a step it took two years ago for individual tax transcripts.
The IRS said it would issue proposed regulations allowing S corporations and partnerships to deduct “specified income tax payments” paid to state and local governments above the line and not as passthrough items for partners and shareholders.
The IRS issued rules for taxpayers to follow in applying recently issued bonus depreciation regulations, including how to make several elections.
The IRS said it was revising its procedures to help taxpayers who cannot pay their taxes because of the pandemic. The new program is called the Taxpayer Relief Initiative.
Here are the rules for the treatment of negative QBI and some planning ideas for mitigating its effect on the QBI deduction.
The Third Circuit reverses the Tax Court, which had held the relocation payments to be nonshareholder capital contributions.
For a limited time, taxpayers have flexibility for using net operating losses.
The donations had donative intent, were reasonably valued, and were supported with documentation that substantially complied with the regulations, the Tax Court finds.
After a lengthy hiatus and despite ongoing litigation, final regulations are in place.
Some assume liability for taxes and/or responsibility for returns.
Taxpayers under financial duress caused by the pandemic can avoid penalties.