A diverse group calls upon Internal Revenue Service to take steps to mitigate its service issues.
IRS Practice & Procedure
Continuing problems in timely processing of returns and correspondence may threaten more headaches.
The IRS announced the start date for tax season and that the due date for most individuals is April 18.
The new policy establishes a reasonable-cause defense and updates the procedure for issuing new FAQs.
SSA wage base increases for 2022 ... IRS Chief Counsel outlines R&D credit refund requirements ... 6-year limitation period applies to entire return
Pandemic-inspired method for examinations and appeals meetings is extended.
The IRS advises that Form 1099-C, Cancellation of Debt, should not be filed for student loans covered by the ARPA temporary special rule excluding most discharges from borrowers’ income.
The IRS describes how employers may avoid failure-to-pay and failure-to-deposit penalties for ERC claimed or anticipated in the fourth quarter but eliminated by the Infrastructure Act.
Temporary pandemic-related procedures are reauthorized through October 2023 for certain paper returns and forms and documents in exams and similar taxpayer interactions.
New user fee is established by final regulations.
Additional tax proceeds were assessed due to an issue unrelated to the informant’s information, the Tax Court holds.
Tax professionals and taxpayers will have to create an account with a third-party provider, ID.me, which requires uploading an image of a government-issued ID and a selfie, in order to access certain IRS online tools and portals.
An IRS notice provides a special rule for the temporary 100% deduction.
Commissioner Charles Rettig and other IRS officials tell the AICPA & CIMA National Tax Conference about their administrative challenges and plans.
The IRS advises on the effects on tax credits and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and what taxpayers should do.
An AICPA vice president analyzes the recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and previews what’s to come regarding budget reconciliation and key tax provisions.
A revenue procedure clarifies Homeowner Assistance Fund payments are excluded from gross income and gives a safe harbor for computing certain itemized deductions.
Majority owners' wages for the employee retention credit are among issues addressed.
The IRS announced it is expanding the availability of videoconference meetings for large business taxpayers for examinations and appeals.
Taxpayers who reasonably rely on FAQs posted by the Internal Revenue Service will have a reasonable-cause penalty defense under a new policy announced by the agency on Friday. The IRS will also keep original versions of FAQs on its site after it updates them.