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We just want to remind you about important W-2 information reporting changes that impact the current filing season. Please read on for what you need to know.
TAX TIP OF THE WEEK: More Guidance for Avoiding 1099 Filing Related Penalties in 2017 Due to New Changes in Reporting Law
Last week we provided one tip for handling the new IRS update that makes it more likely you will be penalized for minor Form 1099 errors. This week, we provide an additional tip for penalty free filing under these recent changes in the law.
Bad news for filers of Forms 1099 and 1042-S. On January 10, 2017 National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson announced the IRS is seeking to make enforcement 50% of the IRS budget.
Here are some questions we've recently answered for our clients: What are you waiting for? Let us help you file without worry!
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THIS MONTH'S FEATURED SUBSCRIBER ARTICLE: Brand New Changes in 1099 Reporting Laws Increase Odds of Penalty - Here's What You Need to Know
A January 4, 2017 IRS update makes it more likely you will be penalized for otherwise minor errors made via your 1099 filing. Here is what you need to know.
The problem posed by payee’s reluctant to divulge their name and taxpayer identification number (TIN) is a common one. So what should you do in response?
More states than ever are seeking to assert their taxing authority over out-of-state companies doing in-state business regardless of whether those companies have a physical presence in the state. Are you prepared to respond?
THIS MONTH'S FEATURED SUBSCRIBER ARTICLE: Important Reminder on Requesting Thirty Day Filing Extensions
There have been a number of huge changes in 1099 reporting laws as of late. Here's a reminder regarding one of the most important as we enter a very abbreviated and hectic filing season.