Key changes in the §199A Final Regulations New York State Publishes Its Wayfair Guidance, Demanding Immediate Compliance Trust Case Going to US Supreme Court Sequestration Does Not Apply to Minimum Tax Credit Proposed Safe Harbor for Rental as a Trade or Business Under §199A Final Regulations Are
Reported IRS backlog of unanswered letters that arrived during the shutdown IRS publishes information on impact of shutdown on matters before the Tax Court W-2 wages Revenue Procedure made final at same time §199A final regulations come out More thoughts on the §199A final regulations Click to
IRS Notice gives guidance to tax-exempt organizations on excess compensation tax Outgoing W&M Chairman publishes discussion paper on TCJA technical corrections §199A final regulations still sitting at OIRA Click to listen to the audio . Alternatively, you may download the file to your computer by
IRS reopens IVES and user-fees based programs Advisers need to be sure to check syndicate rules to assure entity not subject to §163(j) rules Treat of Realtors revised in the second draft version of a portion of Publication 535 Filing season to start January 28, refunds are going to be issued
Loan Adviser Found Not Liable to Repay in FINRA Treated as Ordinary Income from Debt Forgiveness IRS Raises Values Dramatically on Vehicles Eligible for Cents-Per-Mile and Fleet-Average Valuation Rules Safe Harbor Issued on Charitable Contribution Credits Related to a Trade or Business Revenue
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