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The IRS turns its focus to cryptocurrency

On July 26, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Internal Revenue Service has mailed letters to over 10,000 cryptocurrency holders warning that those

Due to Feedback, IRS is Brainstorming Other Ways to Calculate the Tax on Parking

On December 10, 2018, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released interim guidance on the taxation of qualified transportation fringe benefits in the form

Exempt private schools offered new option to display nondiscriminatory policy

As of May 28, 2019, private schools exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code will now be able to display their racial nondiscrimination

Revised Form W-4

As a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December of 2017, the IRS recently revised Form W-4: Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate.

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Final Regulations on Charitable Contributions When a State or Local Tax Credit is Received

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service have issued the final regulations regarding charitable contributions for donors also receiving

New Standard Mileage Rates for 2019

In December 2018, Washington D.C. embraced the Holiday spirit with a federal tax update, resulting in an increase to standard mileage rates and presumably

To Have and to Hold…and to File Jointly

April showers bring May flowers, and those flowers are used in the thousands of spring weddings held across the country each year. Every ceremony hallmarks

Part One of a Series: An Introduction to IRS Publication 1075

What is IRS Publication 1075? IRS Publication 1075, commonly referred to as, “Pub 1075,” lays out the guiding principles for the protection

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What Happens if Your Tax Return is Lost in the Mail?

Imagine this scenario: the calendar says it’s April 15th, and you realize that you can’t avoid filing your federal tax returns any longer.

Good News Regarding Excess Business Losses For Your Pass-Through Construction Business

If you own a construction business, you know all too well that one or more bad contracts can make or break the financial results for the year. If you were

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