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199A Trade or Business Safe Harbor – Rental Real Estate

199A Trade or Business Safe Harbor – Rental Real Estate

Notice 2019-07 This notice contains a proposed revenue procedure that provides for a safe harbor under which a rental real estate enterprise will be treated as a trade or business solely for purposes of section 199A of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) and §§ 1.199A-1 through…

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IRS, Taxpayers Respond To Tax Cuts And Jobs Act

IRS, Taxpayers Respond To Tax Cuts And Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (HR 1) is now law and the IRS, tax professionals and taxpayers are gearing up to implement the massive overhaul of the Tax Code. For the IRS, one of the most immediate projects is the release of new withholding tables. “With…

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Estimated Tax Penalty WAIVED for Q4 2018 Payments due Jan 15th 2019

Estimated Tax Penalty WAIVED for Q4 2018 Payments due Jan 15th 2019

On January 16th the IRS released Notice 2019-11 to provide a waiver for the underpayment penalty related to the fourth quarter estimated tax payments due January 15th 2019 for certain individuals who would otherwise be required to make. Taxpayers should complete Part I of Form 2210 and the…

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Senate Panel Examines IRS Administration; Congress Works Toward Bipartisan IRS Reform

The IRS faces numerous challenges, most of which are attributable to funding cuts, the National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson told a Senate panel on July 26. “The IRS needs adequate funding to do its job effectively,” Olson told lawmakers. IRS Funding Olson, while testifying at a Senate…

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Brady Unveils Tax Reform 2.0 Framework

The House’s top tax writer has unveiled Republicans’ “Tax Reform 2.0” framework. The framework outlines three key focus areas: making permanent the individual and small business tax cuts enacted under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA); promoting family savings by streamlining retirement savings accounts and creating…

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FAQs Provide Penalty and Filing Relief for Taxpayers Subject to Code Sec. 965 Transition Tax

Three new FAQs covering the Code Sec. 965 transition tax provide welcome penalty and filing relief for taxpayers who make the election to pay the tax in eight annual installments. The transition tax on accumulated foreign earnings is a tax imposed on the untaxed foreign earnings of…

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Section 199A Passthrough Guidance Expected in July, Kautter Says

The IRS expects to issue guidance on the Code Sec. 199A passthrough deduction in July, Acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter has said. Kautter outlined the timeline of various guidance proposals at the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Taxation May Meeting in Washington, D.C. Proposed Guidance More…

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Brady Talks “Phase Two” of Tax Reform

President Donald Trump and the House’s top tax writer think Congress and the president should work to make the tax code better every year. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Tex., said in an interview that he and the president share this goal and are…

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IRS Outlines Guidance on Business Interest Deduction

The IRS has announced initial guidance for computing the business interest expense deduction under Code Sec. 163(j) effective for tax years beginning after 2017, and aspects that will be covered in future regulations. The deduction is generally limited to the taxpayer’s business interest income plus 30 percent…

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Tax Reform Guidance Will Take Years, IRS Chief Says

Acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter told lawmakers on April 11 that implementing tax reform is one of the IRS’s highest priorities, but issuing guidance will likely take years. “Preliminary efforts to implement this new law are already underway,” Kautter said during a House Appropriations Financial Services Subcommittee hearing. The…

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