On Thursday, President Trump announced that David Kautter, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy, will become acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.
Not everyone files their taxes on time and some neglect (or outright refuse) to pay at all. The IRS’s ability to pursue those individuals and companies has been drastically hampered in recent years.
The IRS posted an important update to the ACA Information Center for Tax Professionals on Tuesday.
The wildfires in California continue to spread and estimates suggest that 100,000 people were under evacuation orders. Some good news is
Redesigned IRS site provides ease of use for taxpayers.
URGENT: As of June 21st the IRS has reopened their PTIN system. Tax Professionals are now able to apply for and renew their PTINs… free of charge.
The IRS is on the road again, and so are we! On July 11, 2017, IRS Nationwide Tax Forums will begin.
“On June 1, 2017, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia upheld the Internal Revenue Service’s authority to require the use of a Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN), but enjoined the IRS from charging a user fee for the issuance and renewal of PTINs.
On June 18th the IRS will be making a change to its e-Services platform to what should be a more secure and modern format.
Adobe Digital Insights just released a report titled “Tax Day 2017”. The report goes over data collected from billions of consumers between 2014-2017.
There are a lot of factors that websites and analysts have cited for the ever increasing number of last minute tax filings, and those numbers are pretty shocking.
46% — That’s the drop in number of people who reported fraud during the 2016 tax season.