AICPA Urges IRS to Ease Schedule M-3 Reporting Rules, Ax Form 8916-A »
Eliminating Form 8916-A and easing requirements for reporting of research and development expenditures on Schedule M-3 would be two changes that could substantially ease the burden on taxpayers and professionals trying to complete the form, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants said in an April 25 letter to the Internal Revenue Service.
Boehner's Openness to Axing Oil Tax Breaks Draws Democratic Praise »
House Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) acknowledgment that oil and gas tax subsidies for large companies warrant a second look led to a chorus of congressional Democrats and the White House April 26 calling for their elimination.
IRS Finds 19 Improper Tax Preparer PTIN Applications »
The Internal Revenue Service April 25 said it has identified 19 tax preparers who did not properly apply for preparer tax identification numbers and that more follow-ups will occur after the current tax filing season is over.
TEI Seeks More Guidance on UTP Initiative, Proposes New FAQ »
The Internal Revenue Service should issue more guidance on its requirement that taxpayers disclose their uncertain tax positions, addressing such issues as filing requirements and transfer pricing, Tax Executives Institute Inc. said April 22.
IRS Offers Guidance on Reporting Schedule M-3 Expenses »
The Internal Revenue Service April 21 offered guidance on how taxpayers should report their research and experimentation expenses when filling out the Schedule M-3, which the nation's largest taxpayers must use to reconcile their tax and book income.
IRS Proposes Rules Limiting Losses for Controlled Groups Transactions »
The Internal Revenue Service April 20 proposed rules that would limit the circumstances under which taxpayers can claim losses in transactions involving controlled groups, in what one practitioner said represents a continuing trend by the government to limit such losses.
Obama Raises Prospect of Social Security Hike as Deficit Panel Grows »
The list of members of a panel to be headed by Vice President Biden to tackle the government's long-term deficit was rounded out further April 19 by the appointment of members of the Republican leadership in the House and Senate.
Democrats Say Innocent Spouse Relief Rules Need Review, Modification »
Democratic lawmakers from the House and Senate wrote to the Internal Revenue Service April 18, urging the tax-collecting agency to review and amend the rules setting a two-year limit, starting with the first collection attempt, on the time taxpayers have to file for innocent spouse relief.
Codification of Economic Substance Tops IRS Guidance Wish List »
One of the main issues tax practitioners hope for more guidance with in the 2011-12 Treasury Department-Internal Revenue Service priority guidance list is the codification of economic substance, Michael Desmond, a partner with Bingham McCutchen, told BNA April 15.
Lawmakers: How Will Obama Raise $1 Trillion From 4% of Taxpayers? »
President Obama's deficit reduction proposal calls for $1 trillion in new tax revenues to come solely from high-income households, but analysts and Republican lawmakers questioned April 14 how Obama would be able to get so much money from so few people.
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