The Internal Revenue Service is giving taxpayers until the end of the year before it stops its temporary procedures for faxing in Forms 1045 and 1139 for claiming tentative tax refunds.
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Smith will acknowledge wrongdoing to end a four-year U.S. tax investigation involving assets held in offshore tax havens.
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire is keeping Europe on course for a trade battle with the U.S. over the taxation of tech giants like Facebook and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.
Millions of low-income Americans are locked into poverty thanks to U.S. tax policy, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta researchers say.
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The technology is aimed at helping taxpayers navigate the agency’s website.
J. Robert Brown criticized recent moves by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board to strip down its research and standard-setting agendas without proper consultation.
Accounting firms Crowe LLP and BKD LLP released year-end tax-planning guides Wednesday, during a time of great uncertainty over future tax changes in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming election.