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.
The IRS issued rules for taxpayers to follow in applying recently issued bonus depreciation regulations, including how to make several elections.
New simplified accounting rules for small businesses do not apply to tax shelters — and the definition of a tax shelter can cause problems for businesses with large deductions or losses during a tax year.
The IRS issued final bonus depreciation regulations and withdrew proposed regulations.
The IRS issued regulations on the simplified accounting method rules for small business taxpayers enacted in 2017 by the law known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The IRS announced that, beginning Friday, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, it is temporarily accepting duplicate copies of Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method, sent by fax instead of mail.
The IRS issued the 2020 limits on depreciation deductions for cars and trucks first placed in service in 2020 and the income inclusion amounts for passenger automobiles first leased in 2020.
Taxpayers with qualified property must act to take advantage of changes to the treatment of qualified improvement property, which is now eligible for bonus depreciation. Here are some considerations for taxpayers and their advisers.
The IRS issued procedures for how taxpayers can take advantage of the recently enacted technical correction to the rules for qualified improvement property (QIP).
Real property or farming trades or businesses can withdraw their decision to elect out of Sec. 163(j)’s business interest expense limitation for a 2018, 2019, or 2020 tax year.
FASB issued a standard that is designed to reduce cost and complexity in accounting for income taxes.
Change is hard, especially without a Form 3115, Application for Change in Accounting Method.
The IRS released its updated procedures for automatic accounting method changes, which are accounting method changes that can be made without the IRS’s consent.
A recent law change invites new strategies.
The IRS issued its annual notice specifying the special per-diem rates, including the transportation industry meal and incidental expenses rates, the rate for the incidental-expenses-only deduction, and the rates and list of high-cost localities for purposes of the high-low substantiation method.
Taxpayers that use the accrual method and receive advance payments for good or services were given new rules by the IRS on when to include the advance payments in income.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made some widely applicable but, perhaps, lesser-known changes to accrual accounting rules.
The IRS provided the limitations on depreciation deductions for passenger automobiles first placed in service in 2019 and the amounts of income inclusion for lessees of passenger automobiles first leased during 2019.
Rev. Proc. 2019-13 allows a deduction in succeeding years of excess unrecovered basis remaining after the Sec. 280F first-year limitation.
The IRS issued a safe-harbor procedure that taxpayers may follow for determining the deduction for depreciating passenger vehicles when they are eligible for 100% bonus depreciation but are also subject to the Sec. 280F limits on deductions for luxury automobiles.