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Reminder of revocation or denial of passports for delinquent taxpayers

Reminder of revocation or denial of passports for delinquent taxpayers

IRS issued a reminder to taxpayers of passport revocation or denial if taxpayers are delinquent in paying federal taxes.

  • Ramon Camacho, Alina Solodchikova, John Deininger
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  • March 19, 2019
New FAQs provide penalty relief and clarify withholding requirements

New FAQs provide penalty relief and clarify withholding requirements

The IRS issues new FAQs providing relief from withholding tax penalties on certain dividend equivalent payments and undistributed earnings.

  • Aureon Herron-Hinds, Tamarah Francois-Peek
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  • March 12, 2019
Times up! March and April 2019 deadlines for information returns nears

Times up! March and April 2019 deadlines for information returns nears

This alert details upcoming deadlines for Forms 1042/1042-S, FATCA Reports, RO Certifications and FBAR filings.

  • Aureon Herron-Hinds, Tamarah Francois-Peek
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  • March 11, 2019
Proposed ordering rules for GILTI, FDII, NOL, 163(j) deductions

Proposed ordering rules for GILTI, FDII, NOL, 163(j) deductions

Proposed regulations for section 250 deductions provide multi-step process to account for NOL deductions and interest deduction limitation.

  • Stefan Gottschalk, Joseph Wiener
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  • March 08, 2019
IRS announces tax relief for Alabama storm victims

IRS announces tax relief for Alabama storm victims

The IRS announced tax relief, including extended deadlines, to Lee County, Alabama, which was impacted by recent storms.

  • David Click, John Deininger
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  • March 08, 2019
Key takeaways from the section 250 proposed regulations

Key takeaways from the section 250 proposed regulations

Treasury and IRS issue proposed guidance on global intangible low-taxed income and foreign-derived intangible income deductions.

  • Adam Chesman, Michael Mazzarella, Brian Hayes
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  • March 07, 2019
District Court holds for the Government in $1 million FBAR case

District Court holds for the Government in $1 million FBAR case

Another District Court holds for the Government by declining to impose a $100,000 cap on willful FBAR penalties.

  • Alina Solodchikova, Whitney Brady
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  • March 06, 2019
Court ruled that IRS is authorized to charge a PTIN fee

Court ruled that IRS is authorized to charge a PTIN fee

An appellate court vacated a district court decision that prohibited the IRS from charging a fee to register for or renew a PTIN.

  • David Click, John Deininger
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  • March 05, 2019

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