IRS takes aim at employment tax compliance
The current likelihood that your business will become involved in
an employment tax audit or an employment-related income tax audit
has increased: the IRS is aggressively attempting to reduce the
Competing proposals fuel tax reform discussions
Tax reform, frequently discussed in Washington, got a boost from
two recent proposals, one from the chair of the House tax writing
committee and another from the White House. Rep. Dave Camp,
FAQ: What is an information document request (IDR)?
When an IRS is conducting a detailed audit of a taxpayer, it may
want to see documents and records retained by the taxpayer. The
examiner will ask the taxpayer what type of documents are
April 2014 tax compliance calendar
As an individual or business, it is your responsibility to be aware
of and to meet your tax filing/reporting deadlines. This calendar
summarizes important federal tax reporting and filing data for ...
Time for post-filing season checkup
Your 2011 tax return has been filed, or you have properly filed for
an extension. In either case, now it’s time to start thinking about
important post-filing season activities to save you tax in...
Countdown to Supreme Court’s health care decision
After three days of oral arguments in March, the Supreme Court is
deciding the fate of the Pension Protection and Affordable Care Act
(PPACA) and its companion law, the Health Care and Education
How do I… Guard against taxpayer identity theft?
The number of tax return-related identity theft incidents has
almost doubled in the past three years to well over half a million
reported during 2011, according to a recent report by the Treasury
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