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IRS Guidance on Qualified Parking: Our Take

Of all the changes that came with the sweeping Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) in late 2017, none has prompted as big a response from our clients as the changes TCJA makes to the qualified parking deduction. Then, last month, the IRS issued its...

Tax-Exempt Organizations: The Wait is Over, Sort of.

IRS Notice 2018-67 Hits the Charts

ACA Employer Mandate Penalty Notices: Don’t Panic!

Four steps to take if you get an ACA Tax Penalty Notice from the IRS

Good News, Bad News on ACA Forms 1094-C and 1095-C

IRS encourages continued (albeit) late filing of the 2015 ACA Forms and will waive penalty IF you had made an attempt to file on time.

Is the IRS Calling? You or Your Loved Ones May be Getting a Scam Call.

The phone rings. You see on the caller ID “IRS”. IRS? What do they want? Your heart races. You pick up. “Hello?”

New IRS Audit Techniques Guide on Nonqualified Deferred Comp: Good News for Section 409A Compliance?

The IRS recently issued its Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Audit Techniques Guide. Practitioners and employers who have been grappling with the complexities and draconian penalties of Internal Revenue Code Section 409A were hopeful that the...

Good Governance: Understanding Your Organization's Form 990

With the most recent overhaul to the Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, the IRS has made clear its intention to increase the transparency of a not-for-profit organization’s mission and activities and to promote active...

Be Wary of New IRA Rollover Limitation

In 2014, the Tax Court issued a ruling that overturned over 30 years of IRS guidance and practice. The ruling concerned how often a person may use the 60-day tax-free rollover rule to roll amounts from one Individual Retirement Account (IRA) to...

UPDATE: Free Meals and Fringe Benefits

September 2014 UPDATE: The IRS is setting the table. The Department of Treasury included employer-provided meals in the list of priority tax issues it intends to review this year. Read below to learn what is currently considered a fringe benefit.

Tax Return Fraud: What to Do if it Happens to You

If you believe a false tax return has been filed under your name and social security number, you will need to follow certain procedures that differ from the way you would normally file your tax return.


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