A taxpayer might at some point see the IRS make a decision about their taxes. If the taxpayer disagrees with this decision, they have the right to appeal it. The right to appeal an IRS decision in an independent forum is one of 10 basic rights known collectively as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Here […]
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Floods, wildfires, hurricanes, tornados and other natural disasters happen quickly and often with little warning. No one can prevent these disasters from happening, but people can prepare for them. Here are some things taxpayers can do to help protect their financial safety should a disaster occur. Taxpayers should: Update emergency plans. A disaster can strike […]
If you are planning to close your tax office for the year, here are some reminders: Update your IRS e-file Application to allow the IRS to communicate with you and prevent your Electronic Filing Identification Number (EFIN) from being inactivated. Verify and if needed, update your firm’s Principals, Responsible Officials, addresses and telephone numbers. Keep […]
The IRS reminds tax professionals to sign up for this summer’s 2019 IRS Nationwide Tax Forums. Tax professionals attending can earn up to 19 continuing education credits. The forums are three-day events featuring presentations by tax experts from the IRS and association partners. Topics on important tax issues currently facing tax professionals include cybersecurity, changes […]
Taxpayers who discover an error after filing may need to amend their tax return. Taxpayers should file an amended return if there’s a change in filing status, income, deductions or credits. The IRS may correct mathematical or clerical errors on a return. They also may accept returns without certain required forms or schedules. In these […]
WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today announced the expansion of areas for issuing determination letters for certain retirement plans. Revenue Procedure 2019-20 details the addition of two areas for which retirement plan sponsors may now request determination letters. In addition, through recently issued guidance, the IRS is also making it easier for plan administrators […]
From renting spare rooms and vacation homes to car rides or using a bike…name a service and it’s probably available through the sharing economy. Taxpayers who participate in the sharing economy can find helpful resources in the IRS Sharing Economy Tax Center on IRS.gov. It helps taxpayers understand how this activity affects their taxes. It […]
Now that the April tax-filing deadline has come and gone, many taxpayers are eager to get details about their tax refunds. When it comes to refunds, there are several common myths going around social media. Here are five of these common myths: Myth 1: Getting a refund this year means there’s no need to adjust […]
Tax-related identity theft occurs when a thief uses someone’s stolen Social Security number to file a tax return and claim a fraudulent refund. The victim may be unaware that this has happened until they e-file their return. Even before the victim files their return, the IRS may send the taxpayer a letter saying the agency […]
Just like taxpayers who file their taxes by the April deadline, those who filed an extension should also do everything to make sure their tax return is complete and accurate. Errors on a tax return can mean it will take longer for the IRS to process the return, which in turn, could delay a refund. […]
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