The menu for July 16 features specials on House passes short-term highway fund fix, US inspection of Chinese audit firms may happen this year, Senate has other plans for Internet Tax Freedom Act, Crowe Horwath names new CEO, and more.
All that was needed on Tuesday was a voice vote for the House of Representatives to pass a bill that would prevent state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet. Now the ball is in the Senate's court to pass its bill before the Nov. 1 deadline.
The federal lawsuit, filed on Tuesday, said the IRS’s new Annual Filing Season Program is “unlawful” and an attempt to bypass two courts’ rulings that prevent the agency from mandating continuing education and competency testing of unlicensed tax return preparers.
According to court documents, Rene R. Lopez of Van Nuys, California, prepared and filed at least 85 fraudulent income tax returns with the IRS, claiming $130,797 in false income tax refunds, from 1998 through 2001.
The menu for July 15 features specials on EY to pay $4 million fine in lobbying case, House backs cuts to IRS budget, NASCAR tracks lobby for tax cuts, Citigroup to get a tax break as part of settlement, and more.
Few tax rules are as long standing and as stringently enforced as the blanket prohibition of deductions for the costs of commuting between home and work. Then came the woman who sold blood and presented novel interpretations of the tax code.
The menu for July 11 features specials on IRS to take oath on missing emails, short-term highway fund fix gets support on both sides of Congress, Ventas dismisses EY as auditor due to inappropriate relationship, and more.
By a 258-to-160 vote, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill on Friday morning that would permanently extend the bonus depreciation tax break for businesses. Thirty-four Democrats voted for the legislation; two GOP lawmakers voted against it.
States are always on the prowl for new revenue, and the nation's capital has decided getting healthy is worth 5.75 percent. Indeed, almost half the states tax health clubs, and New York has been splitting hairs in taxing various establishments.
The menu for July 10 features specials on Credit Suisse wants sentencing for aiding tax evasion pushed back until November, Lois Lerner’s warning about IRS email chatter, lawmakers discuss highway fund plans today, PwC must face MF Global lawsuit, and more.
Starting in January 2015, the IRS will limit the number of refunds that are electronically deposited into a single financial account or pre-paid debit card to three, as part of the agency's effort to crack down on fraud and identity theft.
The menu for July 9 features specials on Ways and Means pitches transportation measure, House likely to vote on bonus depreciation bill this week, IMA names new chairman of its Global Board of Directors, and more.
Summer wedding season is underway, but have you considered some of the tax issues that go along with tying the knot? If not, the IRS has provided the following five basic tips that can help keep those issues to a minimum.
The menu for July 7 features specials on PCAOB likely to vote on naming engagement partner proposal by year’s end, EU widens its tax inquiry of multinational firms, SEC final pay rules coming soon, and more.