In his latest "Federal Tax Update," Ed Zollars examines a federal court's order authorizing the IRS to serve a summons to a cryptocurrency exchange in search of information on U.S. taxpayers.
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In the latest edition of the "Federal Tax Update" podcast, Ed Zollars reviews updated guidance from the IRS, a recent U.S. Tax Court ruling, and a White House fact sheet outlining President Biden's proposed changes to the tax law.
In the latest edition of his "Federal Tax Update" podcast, Ed Zollars discusses what we know (very little) and still don't know (a lot) about the potential changes to capital gains rates.
In the latest edition of the "Federal Tax Update" podcast, Ed Zollars addresses the ongoing saga of Form 1040 overpayments, tax-deadline extensions and first-quarter estimates.
The FICPA thanks the seven members of the Florida delegation who answered our call to provide support for the letter: Reps. Gus Bilirakis, Neal Dunn, Kat Cammack, Daniel Webster, Carlos Gimenez, Greg Steube and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
In the latest edition of the "Federal Tax Update" podcast, Ed Zollars takes a deep dive into the Employee Retention Credit, examining the latest guidance from the IRS and whether or not controlling shareholder wages qualify for ERC.
The IRS makes a major change in the computation of excludable ARPA unemployment, the PPP application deadline is extended, and PPE is defined as medical care.
Ed Zollars discusses the IRS' decision to push back the filing date for Forms 1040 only, leaving everything else, including Q1 2021 estimates, still due on April 15.
The Treasury and IRS announced Wednesday that the federal income tax filing due date for individuals for the 2020 tax year will be automatically extended from April 15, 2021, to May 17, 2021. Click to read the full release.