IRS Rule Related to Employer Mandate May Be Next Challenge in Courts »
An Internal Revenue Service “interpretation” of the health care overhaul's provisions to offer tax credits to individuals in health insurance exchanges and enforce the employer mandate may be the next part of the law to move to the courts, analysts told BNA.
Restoring Commuter Benefits Faces Long Road as Members Spar »
After recent efforts failed to bring benefits for commuting via public transportation in line with benefits for driving, advocates said they will continue to push for transit parity in upcoming tax legislation negotiations, but efforts could be derailed by a disagreement among lawmakers.
Congress's Authority to Tax Inactivity Shows There Are Few Limits to Power »
The U.S. Supreme Court's landmark health care ruling raised as many questions as it answered, including whether it has set a new standard allowing tax policy to be used to achieve anything that Congress desires, analysts told BNA.
Clarity Needed on 'Minimum Value' of Collectively Bargained Health Plans »
Employers face uncertainty about how some of the provisions of the 2010 federal health care system overhaul affect collective bargaining agreements, now that the Supreme Court has upheld the law, practitioners told BNA June 28.
Pension Changes in Surface Transportation Plan Headed to Obama's Desk »
Congress cleared a 27-month extension of highway and transit programs June 29 that is partially paid for by stabilizing interest rates and private sector pension plan contributions.
After Decision, Focus Turns to IRS's Ability to Enforce Health Law »
The Supreme Court said June 28 that the key provisions of the health care overhaul can stand, but tax professionals told BNA many questions still remain about how and whether the Internal Revenue Service will be able to enforce the law.
2013 Filing Season at Risk Due to Late Tax Legislation, Advocate Says »
The 2013 filing season is already at risk because Congress is not likely to act on significant tax law and extender provisions until late in the year, National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson said June 27 in her mid-year report to Congress.
Foreign Appeal Notice Needed for IRS Offshore Disclosure Effort Eligibility »
The Internal Revenue Service released new details June 26 about its Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program, tightening the eligibility requirements by making it clear that taxpayers must notify the U.S. Justice Department if they are challenging the disclosure of tax information in a foreign court.
Some Taxes May Remain Even if Health Reform Law Is Overturned »
Even if the Supreme Court were to strike down the entire health care law, a number of controversial tax provisions prompted by it could still remain, analysts told BNA June 25.
Guidance Coordinating Rules on Overall Foreign, Domestic Losses Unveiled »
Taxpayers should determine whether income is high-taxed before taking into account any capital gains adjustments or any allocation of losses or recapture of loss accounts under tax code Section 904, the Internal Revenue Service said in proposed rules (REG-134935-11) released June 22.
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