Tangible Property Rules Could Create Uncertain Tax Positions, E&Y Says »
Taxpayers seeking to comply with new Internal Revenue Service regulations on the accounting treatment of tangible property may have issues arise in the uncertain tax positions area for the first quarter of 2012, Ernst & Young LLP practitioners said March 23.
Shulman: Failure to Act on AMT, Extenders Could Delay 2013 Filing Season »
The entire 2013 tax filing season could be delayed if Congress does not act on the alternative minimum tax and tax extenders by the end of the year, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman told a House panel March 22.
Data From Exchanges, Employers Will Determine Who Has Health Coverage »
The director of the office that regulates health insurance told Congress March 21 that the office will use data from insurance exchange markets to determine whether people have coverage when the individual mandate takes effect in 2014.
Senate Begins Expedited Process for Repealing Oil, Gas Tax Subsidies »
The Senate could vote in the near future on legislation that would extend expired and expiring energy tax incentives and pay for it by repealing tax subsidies for the major integrated oil and gas companies.
House GOP Budget Aims to Simplify Tax Rate Structure, Repeal AMT »
The House Republican fiscal 2013 budget blueprint set to be formally released March 20 will assume a dramatically simpler individual income tax code and repeal of the oft-patched alternative minimum tax, according to a summary obtained by Bloomberg BNA.
Cantor Preparing Far-Reaching 20 Percent Small Business Deduction Bill »
A new House Republican bill that would provide a 20 percent deduction on small business income will be far-reaching and will not contain exclusions for as many industries as an earlier version, sources said March 16.
Senate Bipartisan Leaders Push for Tax Extenders; GOP Seeks Review »
The bipartisan Senate leadership agreed March 14 that they should find a way to move forward on legislation addressing the expired and expiring tax extenders, but Republicans also called for a full examination of the provision to see which can be eliminated from the law.
Two Financial Advisers Charged With Scheming to Hide Millions From IRS »
Two independent Swiss financial advisers have been charged separately with conspiring with U.S. taxpayer-clients and others to hide millions of dollars in offshore accounts from the Internal Revenue Service, prosecutors announced March 14.
Senate Defeats Tax-Related Amendments to Transportation Bill »
The Senate continued March 13 to march toward passage of a $109 billion surface transportation bill with a host of tax-related provisions but postponed a final vote until March 14.
HHS Unveils Rule on Exchanges as IRS Continues Health Reform Push »
The Department of Health and Human Services March 12 released a final rule offering a framework for states to set up health insurance exchanges under the health care reform law, as the Internal Revenue Service continues work along a parallel track developing tax guidance in this area.
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