The IRS reminds taxpayers that it offers year-round tax help from several sources [IRS Tax Tip 2018-91, 6-13-18].
How Tax Relief for Disaster Recovery Works for Low Income Housing
When disaster strikes low-income housing tax credit properties, there is often confusion about how owners can seek relief during the rebuilding process.
An employee’s guide to business mileage, fuel costs and tax relief
Confused about mileage claims and the reimbursement of fuel costs for business travel? You are not alone. It’s not uncommon for employers and employees to
IRS Issues Updated US Expatriate Tax Guide
Tax-News.com delivers news headlines and features on international tax, law, politics, economics and trade.
IRS Offers Tax Guide for Military
The Internal Revenue Service is marking National Military Appreciation Month with a free tax guide about tax benefits for the military.
Expatriate Trends Report: Housing, Tax, and Goods & Services
Data Points brings you the latest updates from our Housing, Goods & Services, and Tax departments based on our expert international surveys.
IRS Offers Tips to Avoid February Tax Rush
With a new tax law in effect and a surge of tax returns expected during the Presidents Day weekend, the Internal Revenue Service is offering taxpayers several tips and various time-saving resources to get them the help they need quickly and easily.
IRS Offers Year-End Tax-Saving Tips
More in The Internal Revenue Service is offering some tips to help taxpayers lower their 2011 taxes before the calendar page changes to 2012 1. Make Charitable Contributions – If you itemize deductions, your donations must be made to qualified charities no later than Dec. 31 to be deductible for 2011. You must have a canceled check, a bank statement, credit card statement or a written statement from the charity, showing the name of the charity and the date and amount of the…
IRS Offers Tips For Safeguarding Tax Records
STATE -- Hurricane season has started and the IRS encourages individuals and businesses to safeguard their tax records against natural disasters by taking a few simple steps.Read more →
IRS Offers Advice on Foreign Tax Credit Compliance
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a set of tips to help with foreign tax credit compliance.
IRS Offers Advice for Coping with Delayed Tax Season
The Internal Revenue Service provided advice to taxpayers Wednesday on dealing with the late opening of tax season on January 30 that could also prove helpful to tax preparers.
IRS Tax Relief Doesn't Have to Be a Fantasy
Looking for IRS tax relief. Your first step should be to learn what your rights are regarding your tax debt. On this post we share what they are.
IRS says thieves stole tax info from 100,000 households
Identity thieves used the Internal Revenue Service’s online service to obtain tax return information for about 100,000 U.S households, the tax agency said Tuesday.
IRS Offers Tips about Tips
Generally, income received in the form of tips is taxable. Here’s some information to help taxpayers correctly report the income they receive as a tip: Use the Interactive Tax Assistant. The ITA tool is a tax-law resource that asks taxpayers a series of questions and provides a
IRS Tax Form 1095: How Will You Comply?: bswift Blog
Starting in January 2016, large employers must distribute new Form 1095 tax documents to all full-time and covered part-time employees, due the same time as W-2s.
IRS Offers Tips for Dealing with Notices
The IRS Offers Way To Save On College
Want help in paying $4,000 of your college costs? Then look no further than your tax return.
Q&As About the IRS Scandal and How to Obtain Tax-Exempt Status
The highly publicized scandal involving the IRS targeting of certain groups from becoming Tax-Exempt Status unfolds.
IRS Offers Tips to Small Tax Exempt Orgs on Filing Form 990
The Internal Revenue Service is reminding tax-exempt organizations that many have a filing deadline for Form 990-series information returns in mid-May.