IRS Signals Willingness to Revise Whistleblower Program »
The Internal Revenue Service may be signaling a willingness to consider changes to its whistleblower program, following complaints that the program is stifling the initiative of informants around a kingpin who may have information about tax evasion.
As Details Emerge, Business Community Could Split on Tax Reform »
The business community is currently unified in its support of lowering the corporate tax rate as part of tax reform, but that could change as more details are revealed, a tax practitioner said during a Sept. 5 webcast.
IRS Proposes Simplifying Cost Allocations for Property Producers, Resellers »
Taxpayers who produce or resell property got guidance Sept. 4 from the Internal Revenue Service that will make it easier for them to account for some costs for tax purposes.
Guidance Expands Options for Employers to Determine Eligibility Under ACA »
The Internal Revenue Service issued a pair of notices Aug. 31 that provide guidance on how employers can determine which workers are full-time employees who must be offered coverage under the health care reform law, and how their wages can be calculated in determining whether coverage is affordable.
Industries With Expiring 2013 Tax Provisions Want Into Extenders' Bill »
When the Senate Finance Committee approved a $205 billion package of tax breaks this month that extended the life of provisions that died in 2011 or are set to expire in 2012, it steered clear of provisions set to sunset in 2013, a move that has lobbyists for those measures seeking a way in, sources told BNA.
Republican Platform Light on Tax Policy, Steers Clear of Important Details »
Republicans at their national convention in Tampa, Fla., approved a party platform Aug. 28 that expresses support for ideas already floating in Congress such as fundamental tax reform, but much like those ideas, the platform is largely silent on the details.
CRS Outlines Tax Hike Possibilities as Lawmakers Seek to Avoid Sequester »
Efforts to prevent a $600 billion cut in defense spending may be tied to legislation to extend the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts as lawmakers contemplate ways to get both goals done by the end of the year, according to an Aug. 24 Congressional Research Service overview of options facing Congress.
Mortgage Debt Forgiveness Measure in Mix for Year-End Extension »
Tax writers in the House and Senate are pushing to extend a $1 billion mortgage debt forgiveness relief provision that expires at the end of the year, saying a failure to do so will result in massive tax liabilities for taxpayers already under water.
Employers, Employees Wait for Definitions for PPACA's Employer Penalties »
Anticipating how the Treasury Department might define “full-time employee” and “hours of service” in implementing the employer penalty provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has become a high-stakes waiting game, practitioners representing employer and employee interests have told BNA.
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