Federal Tax Weekly: May 21, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Reminds Small Employers Of Code Sec. 45R Credit
  • Agencies Post Updated PPACA FAQs
  • Retiree Liable For Tax On Portion Of Retirement Payments
  • District Court Imposes 40-Percent Penalty On Sham Tax Shelter
  • Chief Counsel Reviews Preparer Penalties

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Federal Tax Weekly: May 14, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Expands Roster Of Private Delivery Services
  • Tax-Exempts Have Imminent Filing Deadline
  • IRS Issues More Guidance On Notional Principal Contracts
  • More Guidance On Code Sec. 1022 Election Released
  • Disaster Relief for Kentucky Storm Victims Available

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Federal Tax Weekly: May 7, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Reminds Small Businesses With Retirement Plans Of June 2 Deadline
  • TIGTA Reviews IRS Handling Of Partnership Audits
  • Taxpayer Can Deduct Fees Paid To Terminate Management Agreement
  • First Circuit Affirms Penalty In Conversation Easement Case
  • NFL Surrenders Exempt Status

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Federal Tax Weekly: April 30, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Issues Guidance On CHIP “Buy In” Programs
  • Calls Grow Louder For Changes To Repair Regs Small Business Safe Harbor
  • Guidance Released On Procurement Payments To Foreign Nationals
  • HHS Issues Guidance On 2016 Marketplace Coverage
  • IRS Denies Refund Airing From Untimely NOL

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Federal Tax Weekly: April 17, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • Audit Coverage Continues To Decline
  • NII Tax Captures May Taxpayers
  • “Repair Reg” Relief For Small Businesses
  • Supreme Court Takes Up 36B Regs
  • More Code Sec. 199 Guidance

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Federal Tax Weekly: April 16, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Reports On Progress Of Filing Season
  • Tax Court Rules On Deduction For Nonresident State Taxes
  • AICPA Renews Challenge to AFSP
  • Chief Counsel Review POA
  • U>S> Resident Not Excused From FBAR Penalty

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Federal Tax Weekly: April 9, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Adds More Safe Harbors To EPCRS
  • Tax Court Rejects IRS Approach To Transferee Liability
  • IRS Clarifies Deduction To Benefit Slain Officers
  • IRS Posts Guidance On Expatriate Health Plans
  • Payments “In Lieu of Forfeiture” Not Deductible

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Federal Tax Weekly: April 2, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Data Book Highlights Audits, NII Tax
  • IRS Updates Employee Plans Correction Programs
  • IRS Clarifies $1 Million Deduction For Compensation
  • Taxpayer Materially Participated In Struggling Businesses
  • IRS Provides Guidance On Airline Payment Rollovers

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Federal Tax Weekly: March 26, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Extends Nondiscrimination Relief For Closed Plans
  • IRS Directive Describes Code Sec. 199 Activities
  • AFRs Issued For April 2015
  • Agencies Release Regs On Wraparound Coverage
  • Chief Counsel Reviews Captive Insurance Arragement

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Federal Tax Weekly: March 19, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Issues More Guidance For Broker Reporting Of Debt Instruments
  • Initial Guidance On ABLE Accounts Released
  • PTS/ITC Guidance Updated to Reflect TIPA
  • Refundable Credits Not Over payments Of State Income Tax
  • IRS Revises FATCA Reporting For Foreign Pensions

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