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The Internal Revenue Service is extending the deadline for those who typically don’t file a tax return to get their information in for a stimulus check of $1,200 or more. Here's what you need to do to get the money.

Inflation-adjusted limit for 2021 HRAs issued: The Internal Revenue Service has issued the 2021 limit for excepted benefit health reimbursement arrangements using the Chain -More-  > #AICPA  #CPA 

IRS sets end date for faxing tax refund claim forms amid coronavirus: The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers until the end of the year before it stops its temporary procedures for faxing in Forms 1045… ^ @AccountingToday  #Tax  #Accounting  #CPA 

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The Internal Revenue Service is extending what had been an Oct. 15 deadline until Nov. 21 for those who typically don't file a tax return to get their information to the IRS.

The Internal Revenue Service is extending what had been an Oct. 15 deadline until Nov. 21 for those who typically don't file a tax return to get their information to the IRS.

As an independent contractor in most cases, you are responsible for withholding your own taxes. See: Gig Economy Tax Center | Internal Revenue Service

IRS changes procedure for reporting tax shelters: The Internal Revenue Service is temporarily allowing taxpayers who engage in so-called “reportable transactions,” typically tax shelters, to fax the Form 8886 for… ^ @AccountingToday  #Tax  #Accounting  #CPA 

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Democrats ask IRS to check on Trump-audit political meddling: Two top Senate Democrats asked Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service watchdogs to investigate whether there’s been political interference in… ^ @AccountingToday  #Tax  #Accounting  #CPA 

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People who don't normally file tax returns are among those being targeted, Internal Revenue Service CommissionerCharles Rettig told a hearing by a House oversight panel.

IRS chief grilled about performance during coronavirus crisis: Internal Revenue Service commissioner Chuck Rettig heard complaints from lawmakers about their constituents missing stimulus payments. ^ @AccountingToday  #Tax  #Accounting  #CPA 

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Also thinking about the scene in Michael Cohen’s memoir DISLOYAL in which Trump mocks the Internal Revenue Service: “Can you believe how fucking stupid the IRS is? Who would give me a refund of ten fucking million dollars?”

"Also hanging over him is a decade-long audit battle with the Internal Revenue Service over the legitimacy of a $72.9 million tax refund that he claimed, and received, after declaring huge losses. An adverse ruling could cost him more than $100 million."

“The Treasury Department has ordered President Trump’s name be printed on stimulus checks the Internal Revenue Service is rushing to send to tens of millions of Americans, a process that is expected to slow their delivery by several days”

JUST IN: People who do not have direct deposit information on file with the Internal Revenue Service may have to wait up to 20 weeks to receive cash payments included in the $2 trillion coronavirus relief legislation, according to a memo drafted by House Democrats.

Breaking News: The U.S. Treasury Department is considering delaying tax payments beyond the April 15 deadline, as taxpayers and the Internal Revenue Service brace for economic disruption from the spread of the coronavirus

"An Internal Revenue Service official has filed a whistleblower complaint reporting that he was told at least one Treasury Dept. political appointee attempted to improperly interfere with the annual audit of the president or vice president’s tax returns"

there’s actually another whistleblower ― one with possible evidence that Trump tried to corrupt an Internal Revenue Service audit of his personal tax returns ― who has received relatively little attention.

? NEWS RELEASE: Letitia James Files Suit Against Trump Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service Over Failure To Provide Legally-Required Information

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Seeking to force Senate R defections, Pelosi says: “Next week, House Democrats will begin passing individual appropriations bills to re-open all government agencies, starting with the appropriations bill that covers the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service

Nonprofit advocacy groups will no longer have to identify their biggest donors to the Internal Revenue Service. Critics say it's opening the door to secret money from foreign sources.

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