President's FY 2013 Budget Plan Will Adhere to Prior Spending Levels »
President Obama's fiscal year 2013 budget submission will contain no major new elements, adhering to the spending levels contained in last year's budget agreement while reiterating the president's previous proposal for deficit reduction, officials said Feb. 6.
IRS Reports Significant Growth in Whistleblower Awards in Recent Years »
Internal Revenue Service Whistleblower Office Director Stephen Whitlock told a gathering of exempt organization practitioners in Baltimore Feb. 3 that the number of claims on which the IRS is paying awards has grown dramatically in his five years in the office—and is likely to keep on growing.
Treasury Issues Proposals on Lifetime Income Alternatives for Retirees »
The Department of Treasury Feb. 2 proposed a guidance package of proposed rules and revenue rulings intended to remove regulatory barriers that may hinder individuals' abilities to save for retirement and to provide retirees with expanded options for managing their savings.
Offset Disputes Could Slash Payroll Tax Cuts to Less Than 10 Months »
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) warned H.R. 3630 conference committee negotiators Feb. 1 that unless the panel can find a way to agree on suitable ways to pay for extending the entire payroll tax cut package through 2012, a shorter-term extension might be required again.
Capital Gains Debate Leaves Taxpayers Uncertain About Selling Off Assets »
With capital gains taxes set to rise in 2013, taxpayers are watching the presidential campaign and congressional agenda for clues about how much of their assets they should sell off before the end of the year, analysts tell Bloomberg BNA.
Obama Blueprint May Signal Retreat From Limit on Charitable Deductions »
The Obama administration may be backing off of its former proposal to cap charitable deductions at 28 percent, the Alliance for Charitable Reform told Bloomberg BNA Jan. 26.
Obama Tax Plan Shows No Indication of Move to Territorial System »
Tax practitioners expressed concern Jan. 25 that the latest tax proposals released by the White House show no indication that the administration is considering moving to the territorial tax system favored by U.S. multinational corporations.
Obama Plan Builds on 'Buffett Rule,' Offers Major Corporate Tax Changes »
Families making more than $1 million per year will have to pay an effective tax rate of at least 30 percent under a plan announced Jan. 24 by President Obama.
President to Address Tax Fairness, Energy in State of the Union »
President Obama's State of the Union speech Jan. 24 will include remarks on renewable energy as part of a “blueprint” for rebuilding the economy, Obama said in a video preview of his remarks distributed to supporters.
Federal Circuit: Compelling Release of Data Violates Disclosure Prohibition »
The Internal Revenue Service cannot be compelled to turn over excise tax-related test data in light of the Internal Revenue Code's general prohibition against disclosure of tax return information, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit held Jan. 20 in a case of first impression.
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