The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 provides significant funding for the IRS over the next 10 years. The IRS is expected to use over half the funds for enforcement. Taxpayers can also expect to see an increase in taxpayer services.
Senate Finance Committee Build Back Better language largely leaves House Bill unchanged. SALT language omitted as well as billionaires’ tax.
Employers need to react quickly to the new guidance to pay in amounts as if they were incurred on Dec. 31, 2021.
Bipartisan infrastructure bill passes House with bipartisan vote. President Biden expected to sign by end of next week.
After intense negotiations, some provisions were eliminated while others were rewritten in an effort to appease all Democratic members.
Proposed Excess Business Loss limits could hurt real estate pro’s, others with active losses, including cash losses.
What are the proposed tax changes affecting individual taxpayers and what should you consider today to limit your exposure to these changes?
House Ways and Means issues its discussion draft amendment with revenue items to offset $3.5 trillion spending package.
Senator Wyden’s recent ‘discussion draft’ legislation, if enacted, would drastically alter many of the tax rules that apply to partnerships.
Rev. Proc. 2021-33 allows exclusion of PPP, restaurant revitalization and shuttered venue operator grants from ERTC gross receipts test.
Notice 2021-49 provides answers on previously uncertain issues and addresses changes implemented in the American Rescue Plan Act.
Some employers can give paid leave to employees impacted by COVID in 2021 and claim a payroll tax credit per the American Rescue Plan Act.
Guidance provides procedures to implement the retroactive 30-year ADS recovery period for residential rental property.
During conversations on Saturday June 5, 2021, the G7 made historic strides toward multilateral agreement on a 15% global minimum tax rate.
Administration issues Presidential priorities and pay-fors. Corporations and wealthy individuals face prospect of increasing tax rates.
IRS postpones certain filing, payment and other deadlines for taxpayers affected by Tennessee storms, wind, tornadoes, and flooding.