Federal Tax Weekly: March 12, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Issues Rules On Consolidated Groups
  • IRS Posts FAQ on “Repair” Regs
  • Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Code Sec. 36B
  • IRS Resumes PTP Letter Rulings
  • IRS Updates Gaming Regs

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Federal Tax Weekly: March 5, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Issues Guidance On Alternative Simplified Credit
  • IRS Reports Decline In Business Audits
  • IRS Issues More Health Insurance Fee Guidance
  • Tax Court Imposes Hefty Fine On Frivolous Litigant
  • Koskinen Describes Impact Of Budget Cuts

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Federal Tax Weekly: February 26, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Provides Code Sec. 4980D Penalty Relief
  • Transition Relief Announced For WOTC
  • IRS Previews “Cadillac Plan” Guidance
  • More Guidance Released on “skinny Plans
  • AFRs Issues For March 2015

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Federal Tax Weekly: February 19, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Provides Relief To Small Businesses Under Repair Regs
  • IRS Finalizes Regs On Foreign Tax Credit Splitter Rules
  • IRS Updates Guidance On Disclosure Of Return Positions
  • Notice Of Deficiency Prerequisite To CDP Hearing
  • IRS Grants Extension To Characterize Roth IRA Conversion

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Federal Tax Weekly: February 12, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Develops Online Directory Of Preparers
  • 2015 Vehicle Depreciation Caps Issued
  • OPR Reviews Use Of Form 1099-C As Collection Tool
  • IRS Advised FFIs On Accounts
  • IRS Must Produce Form 990 Requests In MeF Format

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Federal Tax Weekly: February 5, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • President Releases FY 2016 Budget
  • Store Not Open To Public Eligible For Bonus Depreciation
  • OVDP Will Remain Open Indefinitely, IRS Indicates
  • Chief Counsel Reviews Rehabilitation Credit
  • IRS Posts Preliminary 2013 Data
  • IRS Amends Rules For Accounting Method Changes

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Federal Tax Weekly: January 29, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • Obama Describes Same Tax Reform Proposals
  • IRS Provides Penalty Relief For Premium Tax Credit
  • IRS Posts Annual “Dirty Dozen” List
  • AFRs Issued For February 2015
  • Tax Tip Highlights Premium Tax Credit

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Federal Tax Weekly: January 22, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Launches 2015 Filing Season
  • Obama Outlines Tax Reform Proposals
  • IRS Issues More PPACA Guidance
  • National Taxpayer Advocate Makes Recommendations
  • Tax Briefs

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Federal Tax Weekly: January 15, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • Treasury, HHS Plan Filing Season PPACA Outreach
  • IRS Provides Guidance On Transit Benefits Parity
  • Senate Bill Would Regulate Preparers
  • IRS Opens FATCA Data Exchange Service
  • 2014 Tax Year-In-Review Briefing Available

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Federal Tax Weekly: January 8, 2015

This issue’s topics include:

  • IRS Reminds Taxpayers Of Individual Mandate
  • Foundation May Be Liable For Taxes As Transferee
  • IRS Finalizes Rules For Charitable Hospitals
  • IRS Releases 2015 Updates For Ruling Requests
  • Chief Counsel Reviews Forward Contract Transaction

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